Russian leader Vladimir Putin refuted on Friday a U.S. media report that Moscow is preparing to transfer to Iran an advanced satellite system that will substantially boost its surveillance capabilities.
ICT Minister Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi said on Monday that the final tests of the country’s most advanced domestically-made satellite have been carried out.
Iran is to send five satellites into the orbit by the end of its current calendar year (March 19, 2021) in coordination with the Ministry of Defense.
Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Aerospace Force Space Division said Iran has plans to launch satellites into a geosynchronous equatorial orbit (GEO) 36,000 kilometers above the Earth
On Wednesday morning, April 22, and with Almighty God blessings, the Islamic Republic of Iran
The Commander of Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Aerospace Division has said that the country is receiving signals from its recently launched Noor satellite and that it plans to launch a future satellite in higher orbit.
Iran’s First Vice President Es’hagh Jahangiri said that successful launch of “Noor-1” satellite by the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) is reminiscence of salient achievements taken by martyrs such as Brigadier General Hassan Tehran Moghadam and other martyrs.
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has successfully launched and placed the country’s first military satellite into the orbit.
Iran’s newest satellite “Zafar” and its homegrown carrier have been transferred to the Imam Khomeini National Space Center and will be sent into the orbit very soon, an official said.
Head of Iran Space Agency (ISA) Morteza Barari said Sat. that the country has the domestic knowledge of manufacturing satellites in 9 months.