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Iran To Launch Two Satellites

Iran’s president said that the Islamic republic intends to dispatch two locally made satellites into space in the "coming days" to accumulate data on the natio’s condition, state TV announced.

"In the coming days we will dispatch two satellites into space," President Hassan Rouhani said amid an excursion toward the northeastern Golestan area.

"Both the Payam satellite and its bearer rocket are made in our own nation and by the young of this country," he included.

Payam would circle the earth at around 600 kilometers (370 miles) over its surface, as indicated by state TV. Rouhani did not name the second satellite but rather said both were fabricated at Tehran’s Amir kabir University of Technology.

Iran’s broadcast communications serve Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi said Wednesday that Payam and a second satellite called Doosti had been effectively tried and that there would be "uplifting news" soon, the moderate Tasnim news organization detailed. Doosti would be entrusted with indistinguishable reason from Payam, with an emphasis on farming, and would circle at an elevation of 250 kilometers, he included.

Prior this month, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Iran gets ready for sending satellites into space would damage 2015 UN Security Council goals which supported a worldwide accord on closure Tehran’s atomic program. Goals 2231 approached Iran to abstain from any action identified with ballistic rockets fit for conveying atomic weapons.

"The United States won't remain by and watch the Iranian routines ruinous approaches put universal solidness and security in danger," Pompeo said in an announcement on January 3.

Tehran and Washington have been at logger heads since the US left in May a year ago from the milestone manage Iran and reimposed devastating approvals on the nation.

Tehran denied the charges Monday that its aviation exercises were an infringement of the security board goals, semi-official ISNA news office cited outside service representative Bahram Ghasemi as saying.

The satellite is a piece of a common undertaking with simple logical points. Iran will hang tight for no nation s authorization to direct such logical activities, Ghasemi included.

Nabahat Shanza

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