Darting Iran Space Technology

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Embargo imposed on Iran did not hinder the country’s develop spaceship technology. Development is ready to make Iran into an Islamic state that dispatched their astronauts to the Moon in 2025. Not only that, Iran also became the first among their neighbors who have a space shuttle launch site.
Although relatively rapidly in developing space technology, Iran remains a cynical reaction from the Western world about the progress achieved. Western society is not merely to assess Iran’s plans to dispatch their astronauts to the moon. Moreover, Iran has a specific charge for the use of space technology as a medium for the development of ballistic missiles. “They are clearly using the technology for two purposes. Apart from scientific interests, military interests are also implied in it, “said Joan Johnson Freese, National Security Expert, Naval War College.
The rapid development of space technology Iran began when the country made satellite in February 2009. The satellite is planned to slide in 2011. Iran, according to researchers from the Secure World Foundation, Tiffany Chow is also reported to help other Muslim countries to develop space technology. “Given the current state of Iran, it should seem difficult for them to develop spaceship technology,” said Chow, researchers from the Secure World Foundation.
Iran had conducted a number of trials being rocket technology they develop. But adopt technologies that Soviet and North Korean technology is not yet produced results. The first trial, Iran launched a rocket Safir-coded or in Persian ambassador, August 17, 2008. The rocket is placed on the Omid satellite weighing 44 to 60 pounds, or about (20 to 27 kilograms). The second trial took place February 2, 2010. The rocket is coded Kavosghar or explorer is able to reach target of 100 kilometers. The rocket is apparently designed to collect data rather than a means of cargo transportation.
In recent years, Iran has launched an intensive military rockets from behind the truck instead of their space station. Iranian Defense Minister, Ahmad Vahidi said Iran would not tolerate the use of Iranian air space by any country.
Entering the year 2011, Iran is preparing to launch a rocket measuring 27 meters. Phoenix coded rocket system includes a liquid fuel that can accommodate the load 220 pounds or 100 kg with a range of 500 km. Simorgh rocket that could carry the new generation such as satellite Mesbah satellite Iran has a size of 20 inches (50 cm) on each side and weighing 132-165 pounds (60-75 kg). Mesbah-1 satellite was originally designed and constructed in Italy and is scheduled to be launched by Russia.
The Russians reported that Mesbah-1 satellite has never come to the launch, and in July 2009 Russia announced a refusal to help Iran in the manufacture of satellites. The same is done Italy who also refused to help Iran.
“Iran’s domestic capabilities in terms of the launch was inspired by, and to a certain extent based on the model and the systems of other countries,” said Chow told SPACE.com. “Based on claims Iran recently, Iran soon launch The Tolu (” Sunrise “), satellite remote sensing first in 2011,”.
Iran committed to the development of space technology they can not be separated from the dependence on rocket design Itara Korea and China. “Addiction is proved with the help of education and the transfer of hardware from China for defense and space (industrial) Iran on a large scale,” Vick said in an e-mail.

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