Conceptual design of the Simorgh Long Range Ballist Missile (LRBM). Based on the Simorgh Payload Launch Vehicle, a Shahab class warhead is fitted to the booster of the Simorgh SLV.
- 2k texture and bump maps
- Thrust control vanes
- RV and booster assembly for animations
- Materials in COB format
The Simorgh is called Safir-2, is an Iranian expandable small capacity orbital carrier rocket. It was originally scheduled to make its maiden flight in 2010. The project was unveiled by the Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on 3 February, 2010.
The Simorgh rocket is 27 meters long and has a launch mass of 87 tonnes. Its first stage is powered by four main engines, each generating up to 280 KN of thrust, plus a fifth engine used for altitude control, providing an additional 133 KN of thrust. At liftoff, these engines generate a total 1,300 KN of thrust. Simorgh was designed place a 770 lb payload into a 310 mile low Earth Orbit. According to ISNA the engine could be used in future rockets capable of carrying 1,500 lb satellites into 620 mile orbits.
The first flight of the Simorgh rocket was planned to carry Toloo, an experimental imaging satellite. Further launches carried Mesbah-2 and Autsat. In November 2011, Iran announced that the first flight of Simorgh carrying the Toloo satellite would occur in 2012 from the new Semnan Spaceport. Eventually Simorgh flew for the first time on April 19, 2016.
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