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Iran Reconsiders Human Spaceflight Policy, Seeks to Send Humans to Space by 2025

The head of Iran’s Astronautics Research Institute (ARI), Fathollah Ommi, has stated that Iran is “conducting research to send a man to space,” with the intent to be able to act on this research within eight years. Iran’s human spaceflight programme has had a series of fits and starts, most recently canceling a project to
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