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Iranian satellite not to be launched by Italy

Submit on Thursday, November 12th, 2009 05:59

Italian officials have denied they would launch Iran’s Mesbah satellite. This is hardly surprising considering the fact that Italy has no orbital launch vehicle, but it also sheds some light on a few mysteries that so far surrounded Mesbah.
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