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The first Iranian satellite has burnt down in atmosphere.. / April 28, 2009 /

The first Iranian satellite «Omid» that «Hope» means, has descended from the orbit round the Earth and has burnt down in atmosphere on April, 25th, 2009, site informs referring to sources in Incorporated strategic command of the USA.

According to a resource, the device has entered into atmosphere dense beds over a southern part of Atlantic ocean at 6:42 Moscow time. Any photos of this event it has not been received. It is noticed that remains of a rocket «Safir» which has put the satellite into orbit, still are in circumterraneous space.

Let’s remind that «Omid» has been put into orbit by a rocket «Safir» in February, 2009. Formally it not the first Iranian satellite: the first was developed and started together with Russian Space Department Sinah-1. The new device distinguishes that he and a carrier rocket which has put it into orbit, has been made in Iran.

In March, 2009 official representatives of the Iranian space agency declared successful end of mission of a space vehicle. As they said, for an operating time of the satellite which has made more month, there are no any technical difficulties of «Omid».

Iran develops own space program since 2003. All this time the western powers accuse Teheran that under cover of the program of research of space he develops ballistic missiles. The Iranian heads do not get tired to assure the international public of a peace orientation of own program. There were more recently messages that Teheran intends to start till 2021 in space of the person.

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