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China seeks Iran's assistance in making GPS satellites


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TEHRAN (BNS): China has sought Iran's assistance for making navigational satellites, head of the Iranian Space Agency (ISA) said in an IRNA news report.

According to the report, ISA Chief Hamid Fazeli who made the remark on Thursday also said that a number of other Asian countries have expressed readiness to collaborate with the Islamic Republic in its space projects.

Hamid Fazeli was on a visit in the central Iranian province of Qazvin where the country has initiated plans for the building of an industrial city showcasing modern space technologies.

China aims to strengthen its satellite navigation system, known as Beidou. The scientific system is expected to focus on atmospheric changes and earth tremors, the report added.

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