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.

  • About Iran

  • 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.

  • Capital- Tehran

  • President - Ibrahim Raisi

  • Currency - Iranian Rial

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