Skip to comments.Satellite Photos Show Evidence of Iranian Rocket Launch. But Did It Fail?
Posted on 02/08/2019 10:38:52 AM PST by BenLurkin
Satellite images from the company DigitalGlobe reveal a likely launch of an Iranian satellite between Feb. 5 and 6.
Industry experts have suggested the launch failed just after liftoff...
A previous Iranian launch failed on Jan. 15, according to a report from AP News. That imaging satellite, called Payam ("message"), failed during operation of the rocket's third stage. This was a newer, larger rocket than that used for the Doosti launch.
The U.S. government has criticized Iran's space program for possibly helping the nation develop nuclear weapon capabilities, according to the AP. Iranian officials have classified both failed launches as non-military.
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aww hell they shoot one off we send in missles at launch site..no more
They want nukes. They want ICBMs. They have weekly "Death to America" rallies. They actually want nuclear war, so their "mahdi" can crawl outta a well and take over the planet.
Too bad Hillary didn't get elected, she would have gave them another couple of hundred billion like Hussein did.
Are they trying to launch fiberglass rockets again?
You just cant stick a monkey with a knife in the third stage to cut the duct tape to separate the stages.
It doesnt work.
I cannot imagine anyone in the defense department wondering what happened.
I can imagine these things being a good test case for laser defense systems in space.
(I have been told) that our anti-missile technology has been honed and tested. Could be BS, but I believe the guy who told me.
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