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Iran Space Agency: "We Want to Join With NASA to Explore the Cosmos"

Iran has long harbored ambitions to put its own satellites into orbit to monitor natural disasters in the earthquake-prone nation, improve telecommunications and expand military surveillance. The U.S. and its allies worry that the same technology could be used to...
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