Автор Olaf, 27.07.2017 12:54:04
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ЦитатаСтарый пишет: Мне мерещится или у нижней надкалиберный обтекатель?
ЦитатаБезумный Шляпник пишет: Раскраска второй ступени намекает.
ЦитатаAnkit Panda @nktpnd · 30 minutes agoBreaking: According to USG source, #Iran's #Simorgh satellite launch vehicle experienced an "in-flight failure."
ЦитатаБезумный Шляпник пишет: Фотки в хорошем разрешении: http://imp-navigator.livejournal.com/640802.html Сдается мне, что на фотографиях показаны как минимум две разные ракеты: Раскраска второй ступени намекает.
ЦитатаBreaking: According to USG source, #Iran's #Simorgh satellite launch vehicle experienced an "in-flight failure."
ЦитатаSimorgh-------On Jul 27 Iran carried out a test flight of its Simorgh satellite launch vehicle. (It is believed there was an earlier test of the rocket in Apr 2016.) It seems the flight was suborbital; either a deliberate suborbital test of the vehicle, or a failed orbital attempt. Despite news reports citing US government sources saying it was a failure, I am carrying it as a successful suborbital mission for the time being.
ЦитатаLiss пишет: И да, коллеги информируют об аварии в полете: https://twitter.com/nktpnd/status/890658372902686720 ЦитатаBreaking: According to USG source, #Iran's #Simorgh satellite launch vehicle experienced an "in-flight failure."
ЦитатаLiss пишет: Персы изначально заявили программу летных испытаний из двух суборбитальных пусков и третьего орбитального.
ЦитатаA much-hyped Tehran space launch turned out to be a dud, as the Iranian Simorgh rocket suffered a "catastrophic failure" shortly after liftoff on Thursday and likely blew up before it reached space, two U.S. officials told Fox News.On Thursday, U.S. Strategic Command, which monitors launches around the world, could only confirm a satellite was not deployed from the rocket. But fresh intelligence assessments on Friday confirmed yet another failure by the Islamic Republic in its mission to place an operational satellite into orbit --something Tehran has never done before, despite repeated attempts over the past few years.Officials have long been concerned the technology used to put a satellite into space could also be repurposed to make a long-range ballistic missile capable of one day potentially hitting the U.S. The Simorgh rocket is based on a North Korean design.Iran's state media on Thursday claimed the launch was successful, but U.S. spy agencies quickly determined that assessment was more propaganda than fact.But even though it failed, Iran's attempted rocket launch succeeded in violating United Nations Security Council Resolution 2231, State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said.Critics of the UN resolution -- which went into effect days after the landmark Iran nuclear agreement two years ago -- say the language is purposefully weak, however, and does not forbid Iran from carrying out such tests. The resolution states Iran is merely "called upon" not to conduct such rocket and missile tests."We would consider that a violation of UNSCR 2231," Nauert said flatly. "We consider that to be continued ballistic missile development."