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Iran shows off undamaged satellite after failed launch explosion

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An Iranian official has tweeted at President Donald Trump (inset) over an apparent rocket failure, showing an image of him standing next to a satellite that was supposed to be launched. Iran’s Information and Communications Technology Minister Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi (right) tweeted the image Saturday of himself with the Nahid-1 satellite. ‘Me & Nahid I right now, Good Morning Donald Trump!’ Jahromi wrote in the tweet accompanying the picture. The tweet comes after satellite photos showed a rocket on a launch pad at Iran’s Imam Khomenei Space Center had exploded Thursday. Analysts had linked the explosion to Iran’s planned launch of the Nahid-1. Trump on Friday tweeted (left) what appeared to be a U.S. spy photo of the damage at the launch pad.

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Date: October 29, 2019

3 thoughts on “Iran shows off undamaged satellite after failed launch explosion

  1. Often there are two sat's built for this purpose… I find it interesting the US had their sats over the pad getting live feeds…. surely they had NO ROLE in its destruction………..

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