Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
3 February 2009
Parent System: Safir
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 3 February 2009
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Description: The Safir is a two-stage space launch system designed and built in Iran as part of its space program. The first launch of Safir occurred on February 3, 2009, carrying a 40 kg Omid space exploration satellite. The Omid spacecraft is expected to remain on-orbit for three months gathering data that will enable Iranian scientists to develop an operational satellite. Safir space launch systems are key for Iran to deploy a Persian Gulf surveillance capability into space to provide early warning against an attack from Israel and/or the United States of America.
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