I.R. Iran puts second satellite named Rasad into orbit-June 2011
3D Model of Iranian Satellite Rasad-1 Review
Launch of Rasad Satellite
Safir-e-Rasad SLV onboard camera
Rasad-1 was an Iranian satellite which was launched in 2011. The third Iranian satellite, and the second to be launched successfully using an indigenous rocket, Rasad-1 was Iran's first imaging satellite. Launched aboard a Safir-B carrier rocket, it was successfully placed into a low Earth orbit at an altitude of 236 by 299 kilometres, inclined at 55.7 degrees. It made approximately fifteen orbits per day.
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