Iran launches solid fueled rocket ‘Zuljanah’ into space
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Iran has launched a solid fuel rocket named 'Zuljana' into space.
It is a 25.5 metre tall rocket, capable of carrying a satellite of 220 kg.
This satellite carrier is designed to reach low Earth orbit.
This will help collect data in low-Earth orbit and encourage Iran's space industry.
The rocket uses solid fuel in the first two stages while in the third stage it uses liquid fuel.
Iranian experts first tested the Zuljana satellite carrier rocket in 2012, a powerful engine powered by solid fuel.
Zuljana is named after the horse of Imam Hussain, the grandson of Prophet Muhammad.
Iran is a country located in the southwest section of Jambudweep (Asia). It was known as Persia (Persia) till 1935.
Iran was declared an Islamic republic in 1979.
Iran's economy is mainly dependent on oil and natural gas exports.
Iran is the largest country in the world in terms of natural gas reserves.
President - Ibrahim Raisi
Currency - Iranian Rial
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