Iran Failed to send Monkeys into Space

Written By Admin on Thursday, October 13, 2011 | 7:33 PM

Iran - Iran is being increasingly viable technology improves spaceship. This is attested by the mission sending monkeys into space, although it ultimately failed. Iranian officials admitted failing to send a monkey to live into space last month. In fact, transferred monkey was regarded as an important test for Iran before despatch humans into space. According to Deputy Science Minister Mohammad Mehdinejad-Nouri, was they would put a monkey into the most sophisticated Iranian-made rocket, Kavoshgar-5. Schedule Shahrivar planned launch in the period, namely the Iranian calendar between 23 August and 22 September 2011.  

"However, the launch was not published because of all the planned objectives are not achieved," said Mehdinejad-Nouri, told the ISNA news agency, October 12, 2011, which is also published daily The Telegraph. For him, the launch of live animals into space is a strategic tasks and priorities for the government. He hoped that the mission can be realized at the following times. Earlier, on 3 October, Iran postpone plans to send monkeys into space until an unspecified time without any apparent reason. "Our team of scientists announced the readiness of the project immediately," said Head of the Iranian Aerospace Organization, Hamid Fazeli.

At first, Iran will test a beast, that is a monkey, into the rocket Kavoshgar-5. Assisted by life support, the animal rolled to a planned altitude of 120 km for a 20-minute suborbital flight. The project was announced President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in February. According to Fazeli, the mission is important as an early stage prior to sending astronauts into space. Iran targets could send an astronaut into space in 2020

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