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kavoshgar1 is the first space satellite (missile) launched by Iran to carry the Iranian satellite into space and was launched on February 6, 2007.
projectile of kavoshgar1 is a two-stage missile; The first stage of the rocket is detached from it 100 seconds after launch and landed on the ground with a parachute. The second stage has risen to an altitude of 200 km, after collecting and storing meteorological data and electromagnetic waves in its path, landed on the ground with a parachute. Throughout the flight, Probe 1 has maintained contact with the Control Center.
kavoshgar1 consists of a submarine payload that detaches the missile’s head from the main missile as it ascends and descends into orbit, and lands with parachute 15 minutes later. During this landing the necessary data, both atmospheric and atmospheric are received and transmitted downwards.

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