Iran fails in attempt to launch satellite


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Iran today attempted and failed to launch a small technology text cubesat into orbit.

This continues a string of launch failures with their Simorgh rocket, numbering four, since their last successful orbital launch in 2015 using their smaller Safir ballistic missile.

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