Iran created the Simorgh, a two-stage liquid-fueled space launch vehicle. It bears the name of a legendary bird from Persian mythology. The Simorgh is made to launch satellites into geosynchronous transfer orbit (GTO) and low Earth orbit (LEO).
In April 2016, the Simorgh was first put into orbit. The Simorgh successfully launched a tiny satellite into low-Earth orbit (LEO). Since that time, the Simorgh has launched numerous times and has successfully orbited a number of satellites.
A important advancement in Iran’s space programme is the Simorgh. It is the first space launch system produced in Iran that can launch satellites into LEO and GTO. The advancement of the Simorgh is evidence of Iran’s expanding space technology capabilities.
Some of the Simorgh’s salient characteristics are as follows:
Liquid-fueled, two-stage rocket
26.5 metres (87 feet) is the length.
Diameter: 9.2 feet (2.8 metres)
87 tonnes (192,000 pounds) are needed for launch
Capacity for payload: 250 kg (550 lb). to LEO
It is still early in the Simorgh’s development, hence its potential is still unknown. The Simorgh, however, represents a significant advancement for Iran’s space programme and is evidence of Iran’s expanding space technology capabilities.