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NORAD ID: 40387
Int'l Code: 2015-006A
Launch date: February 2, 2015
Source: Iran (IRAN)
Launch site: Semnan, Iran (SEM)
Decay date: 2015-02-26

FAJR is the new generation of Omid (Hope) satellite, which was designed and manufactured by Iranian experts in 2009. According to IRNA news agency, the satellite was locally made, as was its launcher. Fajr is capable of staying in the space for 1.5 years and taking and transmitting high-quality and accurate pictures to stations on Earth. The orbiter is technically characterized by an orbit which could promote from 250 to 450 kilometers through a thruster or an engine. Equipped with GPS navigation system, Fajr is the fourth Iranian-made satellite which was put into orbit after three others between 2009 and 2012.
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