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Re: Iranian Space
« Reply #436 on: 04/19/2013 07:17 PM »
Thanks Satori. Looks like Qaem has been cancelled.

I find it ironic that kicking Iran off existing geosynchronous satellites is forcing them to develop their own satellites. If there is no major war and a peaceful regime change occurs, it could be that in 30 to 40 years time Iran could be a major player in launching geosynchronous satellites. I'm sure nobody thought in the 1960's that Russia would be launching Western satellites now.

there is no "peaceful regime change"

I am living in Iran ... we have problems but we don't need a regime change ...

Dear Steven  :)

wait for a liquid fuel monster Qaem SLV ( project name ) in Next 5 years  ;)

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Re: Iranian Space
« Reply #437 on: 04/20/2013 06:37 AM »
;D  ;D  ;D
http://www.iranmilitaryforum.net/military-discussions-and-news/globalsecurity-informations-based-on-my-3d-concepts-!!!/

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wait for a liquid fuel monster Qaem SLV ( project name ) in Next 5 years

Do you have a reference for that?
Akin's Laws of Spacecraft Design #1:  Engineering is done with numbers.  Analysis without numbers is only an opinion.

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Re: Iranian Space
« Reply #438 on: 04/20/2013 04:43 PM »
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Re: Iranian Space
« Reply #439 on: 05/19/2013 06:16 PM »
An alert from Zarya.info (Robert Christy site) says a orbital launch is possible on June 2 based on recent NOTAMs.

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Re: Iranian Space
« Reply #440 on: 05/19/2013 07:00 PM »
An alert from Zarya.info (Robert Christy site) says a orbital launch is possible on June 2 based on recent NOTAMs.
If I remember correctly the 2 June date is rather close to the predicted NET date for Simorgh (Safir-2A) first launch attempt. If my attempted translations are somewhat accurate, Simorgh (Safir-2A) Launch Complex was previously mandated in August 2012 to achieve complete facility readiness by the end of May 2013.

My translations attempt might be a bit inaccurate on the readiness dates due to my calendar conversions to the international standard, the Gregorian calendar.

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Re: Iranian Space
« Reply #441 on: 05/19/2013 08:32 PM »
Well, the launch of Simorgh is expected this Summer, but I suspect that if this NOTAMs are for a orbital launch, then we may see a Safir-1B launch before Simorgh.

An alert from Zarya.info (Robert Christy site) says a orbital launch is possible on June 2 based on recent NOTAMs.
If I remember correctly the 2 June date is rather close to the predicted NET date for Simorgh (Safir-2A) first launch attempt. If my attempted translations are somewhat accurate, Simorgh (Safir-2A) Launch Complex was previously mandated in August 2012 to achieve complete facility readiness by the end of May 2013.

My translations attempt might be a bit inaccurate on the readiness dates due to my calendar conversions to the international standard, the Gregorian calendar.

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Re: Iranian Space
« Reply #442 on: 05/20/2013 04:37 PM »
Completed launches

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)


2008.08.17 - Omid - Safir-1 - Semnan - launch failure
2009.02.02 - Omid - Safir-1 - Semnan - 18:34
2011.06.15 - Rasad - Safir-1A - Semnan - 9:15:03
2012.02.03 - Navid Elm-o-Sana't - Safir-1B - Semnan - 00:04
2012.05.23 - Fajr #1 - Safir-1B - Semnan - launch failure
2012.09.22 - Fajr #2 - Safir-1B - Semnan - launch failure
2013.02.17-18 - Fajr #3 - Safir-1B - Semnan - launch failure

Planned launches

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

2013

early summer June 2 - Nahid - Simorgh (Safir-2A) - Semnan
summer - Zafar - Simorgh (Safir-2A) - Semnan
NLT September 20 - Fajr - Safir-1B - Semnan
TBD - Sharif - Safir-1B - Semnan

2014
NLT March - AutSat (A Test, Amir Kabir-1, RU300) - Simorgh (Safir-2A) - Semnan
NLT March - Tolou - Simorgh (Safir-2A) - Semnan
NLT March - Mesbah-2 - Simorgh (Safir-2A) - Semnan

2015
TBD - Pars 2 - TBD - TBD
TBD - IranSat 1 - Simorgh (Qoqnoos/Phoenix)  - TBD

2017
TBD - IranSat 2 - Simorgh (Qoqnoos/Phoenix) - TBD

2018
TBD - IranSat 3 - Simorgh (Qoqnoos/Phoenix) - TBD
TBD - Qaem (GSO communication satellite) - TBD - TBD (or 2023)

Unclear:
TBD - Masud 2 & Rasad 2 - Simorgh (Safir-2A) - Semnan
TBD - Parsmehr - TBD - TBD
TBD - Ayaat - TBD - TBD
TBD - Saar - TBD - TBD
2019-2024 - manned launch - TBD - TBD

Changes on May 20th

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Re: Iranian Space
« Reply #443 on: 05/20/2013 08:33 PM »
The June 2 prediction is based on:

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A1487/13 - OID90 ACTIVATED, REF AIP PAGE ENR 5.1.3-9. DRG ACT AWY R794 BTN DHN VOR/DME AND TBS VOR/DME CLSD. GND - UNL, JUN 2-3 / 0430-1130, 02 JUN 04:30 2013 UNTIL 03 JUN 11:30 2013. CREATED: 19 MAY 07:55 2013

A1486/13 - OID51 ACTIVATED, REF AIP PAGE ENR 5.1.3-5. DRG ACT AWY B411 BTN DHN VOR/DME TO GIBAB AND AWY R794 BTN DHN VOR/DME AND TBS VOR/DME CLSD. GND - UNL, JUN 2-3 / 0430-1130, 02 JUN 04:30 2013 UNTIL 03 JUN 11:30 2013. CREATED: 19 MAY 07:51 2013

Dehnamak -- GIBAB and Dehnamak -- Tabas segments are affected.

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Re: Iranian Space
« Reply #444 on: 05/21/2013 08:07 AM »
In the notional schedule of launches, you have assumed the 2 June launch will use the Simorgh; what leads to this assumption? Also, any word on where the projected spent first stage impact zone?  This might provide a clue as to the launcher type.

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Re: Iranian Space
« Reply #445 on: 05/24/2013 11:56 PM »

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Re: Iranian Space
« Reply #446 on: 05/28/2013 06:49 PM »
Can anyone confirm if the NOTAMs by Iran for June 2 are still active?

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Re: Iranian Space
« Reply #447 on: 05/28/2013 07:45 PM »

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Re: Iranian Space
« Reply #448 on: 05/28/2013 08:50 PM »
Can anyone confirm if the NOTAMs by Iran for June 2 are still active?
Affirmative.

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Re: Iranian Space
« Reply #449 on: 05/29/2013 01:20 PM »
2013.06.02 - SharifSat - Safir-1B - Semnan
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