План иранских космических пусков

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Цитата: Liss от 08.03.2022 13:24:56https://www.reuters.com/world/middle-east/irans-revolutionary-guards-put-noor-2-satellite-orbit-tasnim-2022-03-08/
ЦитатаMarch 8, 2022
March 8 (Reuters) - Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) has successfully put a second military satellite, the Noor 2, into orbit, the semi-official news agency Tasnim said on Tuesday.
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The announcement came as talks held in Vienna to revive an agreement restraining Iran's nuclear program have reached a critical stage.

Noor 2 is orbiting at an altitude of 500 kilometres (311 miles). The first military satellite, launched by the Islamic Republic in April 2020, placed the Noor, or "light" in Persian, at an orbit of 425km (265 miles) above the earth's surface.

Putting a second satellite in space would be a major advance for Iran's military, raising concerns about the country's nuclear and missile programs.

The U.S. military says the same long-range ballistic technology used to put satellites into orbit could also allow Tehran to launch longer-range weapons, possibly including nuclear warheads.

Tehran denies U.S. assertions that such activity is a cover for ballistic missile development and says it has never pursued the development of nuclear weapons.

"The IRGC successfully placed Iran's second military satellite, Noor 2, into orbit 500 kilometres from earth," Tasnim said.
The three-stage Qased, or "Messenger", carrier launched the Noor 2, from the Shahroud space port, it added. The same type of rockets, which use a combination of liquid and solid fuels, carried the first military satellite.
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In December, Iran's space launch failed to put its three payloads into orbit after the rocket was unable to reach the required speed, a defence ministry spokesman said.

The attempted launch drew criticism from the United States, Germany and France.

Iran, which has one of the biggest missile programs in the Middle East, has suffered several failed satellite launches in recent years due to technical issues.

The United States imposed sanctions on Iran's civilian space agency and two research organisations in 2019, saying they were being used to advance Tehran's ballistic missile program.

Tehran denies that its space activity is a cover for ballistic missile development.


Цитата: undefinedТЕГЕРАН, 8 марта. /ТАСС/. Власти Ирана успешно запустили отечественный спутник "Нур-2" и вывели его на околоземную орбиту. Об этом сообщает во вторник телерадиовещательная корпорация IRIB.

Отмечается, что для запуска был использован трехступенчатый ракетоноситель, который достиг скорости 6,7 км/с. В течение 480 секунд спутник был доставлен на орбиту в 500 км. Запуск проводился в пустыне в районе города Шахруд (Имамшахр) на северо-востоке страны.
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