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Amirkabir’s 2nd satellite built 40 times more accurate
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Tehran (ISNA) – The second satellite, designed and built by Iran’s Amirkabir University of Technology, is 40 times more accurate than “Payam” satellite, Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi announced.

The satellite has 1 meter accuracy, as Jahromi said.
According to the Iranian minister, “Zafar” satellite, designed and built by Iran University of Science and Technology and “Nahid 2” will be received by August 23 and by June 2, respectively.
Construction of 1st Space Technology Park in Mazandaran
He also announced that the first Space Technology Park of Iran will be constructed in Mazandaran province, saying, “Space Technology Park will be constructed as the first center for developing space businesses and all the companies active in space technology will participate in the park”.
“Dousti” satellite will be launched in near future
The Iranian minister said “Dousti” satellite, designed and produced by Sharif University of Technology will be launched in the near future.
“Zafar” satellite, which is due to be receive by August 23 will be placed into orbits with altitude of 500 to 600 kilometers and would last 2.5 to 3 years, according to the official.

https://en.isna.ir/news/97110905184/Amir...e-accurate

Iran’s space technology grows 134%


Tehran (ISNA) - Head of the Iranian Space Agency (ISA) Morteza Barari announced that the space technology in Iran has grown 134 percent.
Announcing that space economy in Iran has grown 134 percent over past 10 years, Dr. Barari said, “However, the average growth of space economy in the world is 17.4 percent”.
Dr. Barari said the share of space economy in world’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is 0.45%, reminding, “The number will reach 4 to 8 percent in the next 20 years”.
While he emphasized that Iran is facing challenges in developing space technology, expressing hope that the challenges will be solved with the cooperation of researchers.




https://en.isna.ir/news/97101709108/Iran...-grows-134
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This is Payam-2? Payam 1 had 40m resolution, so 1m resolution is fantastic, basically the golden benchmark/standard in this area (the very best are from 0.5-0.8m, but 1m is very good).

Why do they want to launch all these other satellites like Doosti and Zafar when they should launch Payam-2 instead?? Doosti is 50kg satellite with probably much worse resolution, but they prioritise launching this over the 90kg Payam-2 with Simorgh? Safir SLV should be obsolete by now!

They build so many satellites and have not enough launches so they create huge backlog of satellites to launch so the newest and best ones have to wait until the time they can be launched by which time there are many new improved satellites! Most of these satellites being launched were built 5-8 years ago! Very disappointing.
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(05-22-2019, 11:46 AM)Persian Gulf Wrote: This is Payam-2? Payam 1 had 40m resolution, so 1m resolution is fantastic, basically the golden benchmark/standard in this area (the very best are from 0.5-0.8m, but 1m is very good).

Why do they want to launch all these other satellites like Doosti and Zafar when they should launch Payam-2 instead?? Doosti is 50kg satellite with probably much worse resolution, but they prioritise launching this over the 90kg Payam-2 with Simorgh? Safir SLV should be obsolete by now!

They build so many satellites and have not enough launches so they create huge backlog of satellites to launch so the newest and best ones have to wait until the time they can be launched by which time there are many new improved satellites! Most of these satellites being launched were built 5-8 years ago! Very disappointing.


When it comes to launching satellites Mr Ruhani's government doesn't have a bright record.

Why launching older satellites ? may be the roles are differ from each other .
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(05-22-2019, 11:46 AM)Persian Gulf Wrote: This is Payam-2? Payam 1 had 40m resolution, so 1m resolution is fantastic, basically the golden benchmark/standard in this area (the very best are from 0.5-0.8m, but 1m is very good).

Why do they want to launch all these other satellites like Doosti and Zafar when they should launch Payam-2 instead?? Doosti is 50kg satellite with probably much worse resolution, but they prioritise launching this over the 90kg Payam-2 with Simorgh? Safir SLV should be obsolete by now!

They build so many satellites and have not enough launches so they create huge backlog of satellites to launch so the newest and best ones have to wait until the time they can be launched by which time there are many new improved satellites! Most of these satellites being launched were built 5-8 years ago! Very disappointing.
Probably because they will enter new domain,all existing lunches were in Leo and 2x and more lover altitude...they probably don't want use most expensive and most capable satellite to be experimental rat...and burn it...so they will probably first lunch small cheaper satellite..
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(05-22-2019, 06:54 PM)admin Wrote: Probably because they will enter new domain,all existing lunches were in Leo and 2x and more lover altitude...they probably don't want use most expensive and most capable satellite to be experimental rat...and burn it...so they will probably first lunch small cheaper satellite..
Okay but why small 50kg satellites with Safir SLV? Safir SLV is old and already put 50kg satellites to orbit, forget about it now! Next step is to fix Simorgh last stage, if they want to test SIMORGH SLV with old cheap satellites then yes I understand perfect, but they are still launching very old satellites with Safir!?
  


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