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The way they are talking about the sanctions which is being imposed from now on;as if they had close relations with Iran's space agency before.......it's now crystal clear for all and sundry that these intelligent sanctions are just bunch of craps.
even they knew that and said it most likely have no effect on Iran space agency
 

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funny part is that Iran Space Agency could not get anything of other countries as it would fall under missiles and other broader USA sanction .
they ran out of meaningful sanctions and began just sanctioning for filling their sanction quota
 
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What happened to Iran? Back in 2012, some members of IranMilitaryForum.net were bragging that the space program of the I.R.I. was more advanced than that of North Korea.

Today, we see that Trump in his tweet, claims responsibility for the sabotage of not only this Safir-e-Nahid space launch, but for all space and nuclear sabotages that have struck Iran for years.

It is no secret that by allowing some German company to sell critical parts to Iran, the U.S. is flooding Iran with faulty components, responsible for notorious fatal failures.

North Korea also imports many components from China, but these are reliable unlike the planted Germans' one.
Even with a sucessful launch, the Nahid-1 satellite would have nonetheless failed like the previous ill-fated Fajr satellite (orbital change)!

Indeed, one should always watch one's 6, if one doesn't want to end up backstabbed. Never trust the Germs!




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Technical robotics and aerospace equipment made by the German company "Faulhaber" has been used in Iran’s Nahid 1 satellite.

According to the videos of the Nahid-1 satellite, Faulhaber equipment has been spotted in the accurate microcontrollers used for opening the solar cells array panels.

Based in Stuttgart, Faulharber company is involved in various fields including optimum drive system, Microdrive, linear motors, and some industrial aerospace equipment.


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https://archive.is/RFZQs/490d1cab11ad6f2b358f350fa0217d3345f5249d.png ; https://archive.is/RFZQs/50d7a8cee6c92f56c2898989714f75d1ff233947/scr.png ; http://web.archive.org/web/20190912211057/https://i.imgur.com//RGLY5KK.png
1. Faulharber Microdrive, made in Germany.


https://archive.fo/dzS41/25c0f10f890b63f52d10b95de3c9fc74ef29c614.jpg ; https://archive.fo/dzS41/09b17546f5db35d44dd87b37356a5a15231ff23d/scr.png ; http://web.archive.org/web/20190912211237/https://i.imgur.com/qBZZOiT.jpg
2. Close-up at the Faulharber Microdrive, made in Germany.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kshZ7enmRQA
3. Pars Today Japanese Video of Faulharber Microdrive, made in Germany. Published on Aug 31, 2019.




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In a now typical pattern of the Iranian authorities, news released about a loosely related GEO remote sensing satellite project, indicates that the Safir-2-e-Zafar rocket might have entered the final preparation stage and that a launch is to be expected in the coming couple of days if not hours!


Putting 'sensing satellite' into orbit of 36,000 kms on agenda

Sep 14, 2019, 5:34 PM

Khorramabad, Sept 14, IRNA - The head of Iran's Space Agency Morteza Barari said on Saturday that the launch of a sensing satellite in the orbit of 36,000 kilometers is on the agenda and three Iranian satellites will be ready to carry out the mission.

Morteza Barari met with faculty and top startups in the province of Lorestan province on Saturday, and noted that the Islamic Republic of Iran has reached a full cycle of space technology with the efforts of its youth, despite 40 years of sanctions.
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http://web.archive.org/web/20190914...-satellite-into-orbit-of-36-000-kms-on-agenda
http://archive.is/Zbfff



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In a now typical pattern of the Iranian authorities, news released about a loosely related GEO remote sensing satellite project, indicates that the Safir-2-e-Zafar rocket might have entered the final preparation stage and that a launch is to be expected in the coming couple of days if not hours!


Putting 'sensing satellite' into orbit of 36,000 kms on agenda

Sep 14, 2019, 5:34 PM

Khorramabad, Sept 14, IRNA - The head of Iran's Space Agency Morteza Barari said on Saturday that the launch of a sensing satellite in the orbit of 36,000 kilometers is on the agenda and three Iranian satellites will be ready to carry out the mission.

Morteza Barari met with faculty and top startups in the province of Lorestan province on Saturday, and noted that the Islamic Republic of Iran has reached a full cycle of space technology with the efforts of its youth, despite 40 years of sanctions.
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http://web.archive.org/web/20190914...-satellite-into-orbit-of-36-000-kms-on-agenda
http://archive.is/Zbfff



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This is extreme Propaganda! How can ish launch a ton+weighing satellite in 36000km orbit when it can't even launch 100kg satellite in 300km orbit? All Iiranian satellite launched till date is not been able too remain in stable orbit for even 6 months
 

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This is extreme Propaganda! How can ish launch a ton+weighing satellite in 36000km orbit when it can't even launch 100kg satellite in 300km orbit? All Iiranian satellite launched till date is not been able too remain in stable orbit for even 6 months
He is talking about remote sensing sat so 36000 km is bs ...
 

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great news :-) :cheers: :tup:




Iran’s ICT minister has unveiled plans to send Iranian astronauts to space, noting that a homegrown high-resolution imaging satellite will also go into orbit by 2021.






Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi said efforts are underway to send Iranian astronauts to space in cooperation with the other countries
, “whether US President Donald Trump likes it or not”.


"He also noted that an Iranian imaging satellite capable of taking images with a resolution of one metre will be put into orbit by 2021."



one metre satellite image












https://ifpnews.com/iran-plans-to-send-astronauts-to-space-launch-high-resolution-imaging-satellite
 
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