Iran launches satellite

Navid domestically-made weather satellite in orbit

AP — Iran successfully launched a new small satellite into orbit early Friday, state media reported, the latest in the country's ambitious space program that has raised concerns in the West because of its possible military applications. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called in to the launch site, saying he was "hopeful this act will send a signal of more friendship among all human beings," the official IRNA news agency reported. IRNA said the domestically-made satellite, Navid, or Gospel, was designed to collect data on weather conditions and monitor for natural disasters >>>


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اون یارو شکم گنده که پیراهن آبی تنشه چه منتظر بود.  کارد هم دستشه آماده حمله به کیک.  یکی‌ جلوی این بابا رو بگیره یکوقت سکته نکنه بدون "مراقب رادار" بشیم.  

میگم، این جمهوری اسلامی برنامه تربیت بدنی، چیزی نداره؟  ما هر چی‌ از این افرادشو دیدیم شکمش رو زانوش بود.  

Ari Siletz

Good job but...

by Ari Siletz on

If the satellite was launced at 3:30 AM, then thirty five minutes after launch the clock in the mission control room should read 4:05, not 5:40!

(2:40 in the video)


The Star Wars them is kind of ominous, isn't it?

by Onlyiran on

we shall wait and see.