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Re: Iranian launch schedule
« Reply #120 on: 11/23/2016 06:26 AM »
That's a file photo of the Fajr launch on 2 February 2015 (serial number LBS.2001). The article says that Tadbir is ready for launch. Its not clear when Tadbir is launching or on which vehicle.

"Barkhordari added that the satellite is waiting for launch considering the type of rocket and launcher that the authorities will decide to use for sending it into the orbit."
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Re: Iranian launch schedule
« Reply #121 on: 11/23/2016 08:25 AM »
Iran's New Home-Made Satellite Ready to Launch

http://en.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13950901000928



ALL Iranian made satellites are ready to launch. and all will be launched "soon" or "before the end of the Iranian year"....

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Re: Iranian launch schedule
« Reply #122 on: 11/23/2016 11:59 PM »
Confirmed: Simorgh SLV was test flown. Poor quality (probably by a cell phone) of an iranian clip (that was filmed in a conference)of launches shows the Simorg in flight. Here are 2 frames with my notes

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Re: Iranian launch schedule
« Reply #123 on: 11/24/2016 12:00 AM »

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Re: Iranian launch schedule
« Reply #124 on: 11/24/2016 12:21 AM »
Confirmed: Simorgh SLV was test flown. Poor quality (probably by a cell phone) of an iranian clip (that was filmed in a conference)of launches shows the Simorg in flight. Here are 2 frames with my notes
do we know a date of this test launch??

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Re: Iranian launch schedule
« Reply #125 on: 11/24/2016 04:34 AM »
do we know a date of this test launch??

19 April 2016. What's not clear is if this was a suborbital test or a failed orbital attempt.
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Re: Iranian launch schedule
« Reply #126 on: 11/24/2016 06:49 AM »
Simorgh First Launch an Iranian Success or Failure?

http://defense-update.com/20160424_simorgh.html



Footage posted earlier could revert to this launch

Re: Iranian launch schedule
« Reply #127 on: 01/30/2017 09:16 PM »
Iran tests ballistic missile, violating UN resolution


Missile type mentioned khorramshahr
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Re: Iranian launch schedule
« Reply #128 on: 01/31/2017 04:20 AM »
Here's a link to the Fox news article. Launch was on 29 January 2017.

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2017/01/30/iran-conducts-ballistic-missile-test-us-officials-say.html
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Re: Iranian launch schedule
« Reply #129 on: 02/08/2017 10:03 AM »
Iran removes new missile from launch pad


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Re: Iranian launch schedule
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Re: Iranian launch schedule
« Reply #131 on: 02/11/2017 04:18 AM »
Looks like the ground around the pad has been changed. The three symbols are gone, with the outer area looking more white then before. Perhaps they are redoing the ground so that they can do new symbols.

I can't really tell if Saifir is there or not in both images. If we look at the four towers in the left image, the dark long vertical lines are the shadows. The actual towers are pointing at 8 o'clock (indicating the photos was taken from the opposite direction). Looking at the centre we see what looks like a tower, also at 8 o'clock. However, there is no long vertical shadow. The shadow we do see indicates that the erector has been lifted, perhaps by about 20 degrees.

The image on the right shows a tower fully upright in the centre, as we can see a long vertical shadow. The towers are pointing slightly North, indicating the image was taken from slightly South. At 8 o'clock to the central tower we see what might be some kind of vehicle, with another object to the West and then a taller object at 8 o'clock. At about the 5 o'clock position we can see what looks like a crane. All the objects might be related to the new surface the pad is receiving. I'm not convinced that Safir was brought to the pad and then removed.
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Re: Iranian launch schedule
« Reply #132 on: 03/06/2017 05:26 PM »
Iran launched 2 ballistic missiles

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Re: Iranian launch schedule
« Reply #133 on: 03/06/2017 10:36 PM »
Here's a paper giving all the known Iranian missile launchers since July 2015.

http://www.defenddemocracy.org/media-hit/behnam-ben-taleblu-iranian-ballistic-missile-tests-since-the-nuclear-deal/
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Re: Iranian launch schedule
« Reply #134 on: 05/16/2017 10:45 AM »
Current payloads lined up for launch:

- Tadbir
- Sharifsat

To be ready within next year:

- Dousti
- Mesbah-2
- Nahid-1
- AUTSAT

They are holding launches for now due to political reasons......

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