The head of Iran's space agency says his country is interested in cooperating with NASA.
Iran has opened a new space center to monitor and observe space objects and satellites passing through the country’s atmosphere, Iran’s semi-official Fars news agency reported on Sunday.
According to International Atomic Energy Agency, agency’s chief Yukiya Amano will discuss cooperation between the agency and Iran.
Iran wants to cooperate with Russia in the space sector, as well as on the supply of civil and military aircraft, the country's vice president told Sputnik.
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