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The Iranian National Space Agency (ISA) intends to send Iranian astronauts into space within ten years. The announcement was made only days after Iran blasted a rocket into space as a test for its first domestically made satellite it hopes to launch sometime in the “near future.”

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On Sunday, August 17, 2008, the Iranian government announced that it "successfully" launched, for the second time, its Safir two-stage “satellite-carrier” rocket into space. It supposedly lifted a “dummy” satellite into orbit.

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Monday, 04 February 2008 19:14

Iran successfully launches Kavoshgar-1 rocket

On February 4, 2008, Iran launched a sub-orbital rocket called Kavoshgar-1 (Explorer-1, in English) from its new secret space launch complex.     
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