Iran intends to develop a satellite communications program with Russia Iran intends to develop a satellite communications program with Russia

Iran intends to develop a satellite communications program with Russia

Iran intends to develop a satellite communications program with Russia


Iran has expressed its willingness to cooperate with Russia within the framework of the "Safira" space program, which provides for the launch of large groups of satellites dedicated to communications and remote sensing of the Earth.

This was stated by the Ambassador of the Islamic Republic to Moscow, Kazem Jalali, at the "Safira" conference, which was held on Thursday, April 13, in Moscow.

The ambassador pointed out that Iran had officially informed the International Union of Electrical Communications and the American company "SpaceX" and other organizations and companies about the rules of operation of satellite operators in Iranian territory, but it did not receive any response to its warnings.

The ambassador said: "We describe everything that departs from the aforementioned framework as an illegal and irresponsible step that would not only interfere in Iran's internal affairs, but also a flagrant violation of international rights."

The Iranian ambassador stressed that the "Safira" project gives us economic, political and security capabilities, and we announce our readiness and intention to achieve partnership and prove our presence within this project, in the context of developing the long-term cooperation program with Russia.

It is noteworthy that Russian President Vladimir Putin announced for the first time the "Safira" program at the direct contact line conference held on June 7, 2018, where he said that it requires the launch of many satellites dedicated to communications and remote sensing of the Earth.

According to Dmitry Rogozin, former director of the Russian space corporation, "Ross Cosmos", this project will include 5 groups of satellites that will provide communication and Internet services, and 5 other groups for monitoring the Earth's surface. The first satellite, Skif-D, was launched within this project in 2022.


With nuclear locomotives Putin approves the "Milky Way" project

Russian President Vladimir Putin has approved the development of a federal "Milky Way" project that would track space junk in Earth's orbit.

"The problem is space waste, and we have a program, and I think it will soon turn into a federal project, as I recently met with the president Who approved the development of the federal "Milky Way" project, which primarily aims to track all space junk.

Borisov did not rule out that "Ross Cosmos" would use nuclear space locomotives to implicitly clean Earth's orbit from waste.

He also said that Putin had commissioned "Ross Cosmos" to start developing the Yenisei super-heavy missile in 2024, and made it clear that the process of designing and manufacturing the missile would take 8-10 years.

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Borisov noted that it is practically impossible to track particles of space debris no larger than 10 centimeters in size. Therefore, it is necessary to develop radar, terrestrial and orbital monitoring methods and means of collecting and processing information in order to predict and warn of possible accidents related to space debris.

It is noteworthy that the chief designer of Russian manned systems, Vladimir Solovyov, had announced earlier that "Ross Cosmos" records injuries to the International Space Station with much more particles and meteorites than it was at the Soviet "Salyut-7" station. The reason for this, according to Solovyov, is due to humanity polluting space in Earth's orbit.

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