Iran Satellite Fails Again
By Micah Halpern
Iran has failed, once again, to launch a satellite. This info comes to us by way of satellite pictures.
We know it was a failed launch because when Iranian launches are successful, Iranian state media broadcasts the news for 48 hours straight.
We also know that the attempt failed because we have pictures of a burnt launch pad. These burns and the launchpad looked exactly like previous failed satellite launch attempts.
There have, in the past, been rumors that the other failed launches were due to sabotage.
The big fear of the Western world is that the same technology used by Iran for satellite launches is also used for nuclear and other non-conventional missile rocket launches.
Today, Tehran enriches uranium up to 60% purity ó that is only a short technical step from weapons-grade levels of 90%. And it is far greater than the nuclear dealís permitted 3.67% cap.
Iranís stockpile of enriched uranium continues to grow as international inspectors face challenges in monitoring advances.
Not a good situation.
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