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Iran to send monkeys into space

Wednesday, 16 January 2013
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Tehran, January 16:

Iran will send several monkeys into space on the Pishgam (Pioneer) space capsule in the near future, a top official has said.

Hamid Fazeli, director of the Iran Space Agency, said the space capsule has gone through final tests and is ready for launch, Xinhua reported citing the Tehran Times daily.

The capsule will be launched during the 10-day "dawn ceremonies" Jan 31-Feb 10 to mark the anniversary of the Islamic revolution in 1979, he said.

The plan to send other living creatures into space is part of the same project to send man to space, Fazeli said.

The project will be carried out over the course of five to eight years, he said.

In December 2012, Defence Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi said Iran would unveil new space achievements Feb 2, 2013, observed as the country's Space Technology Day.

Iran, a founding member of the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, launched its first domestically-made data-processing satellite Omid (Hope) into space in 2009.

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why muslim morons need to go

why muslim morons need to go to space;allah tells in koran all the science and technology mohamnad uses winged horse to go to jannat.muslims only should fear allah,pray 5 times to kaaba(that way they can tell to saudis that they are their stooges/slaves)and should also fear FBI,CIA drones etc then they can be happy and remember try to be minority in any country u can be happy because all muslim majority countries muslims are miserable by way of sectraian killing/wars etc.

v respect

We wont fear of FBI or CIA but , we respect because they are u Fathers.

Please send somebodyfrom India

Iran should consider sending somebody from India to take care of stupid monkeys. Modi is a good choice.

Send BJP Terrorist with Monkeys

Monkeys need to be fed on time and it will be unfair to send them without someone.

BJP Terrorist leaders are a good choice, monkey being a religious god for them. They will not refuse if they are true. Send them so they never return.

Ssssshhhh animal right

Ssssshhhh animal right violation hellooooo

who is going to feed them

who is going to feed them and how they are going to survive?

Plz don't hurt them.

Lucky Monkeys.

Lucky Monkeys.

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