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The Space Programs of Iran and North Korea



Iran and North Korea have been sharing technology since the 1980’s and their space programs are very similar, with their launch vehicles being derived from the North Korean Nodong missile. Which itself is likely derived from the Soviet R-17 missile, better known in the West as the Scud missile.
Lots of credit for the images and diagrams goes to Norbert Brügge’s website on rockets, there’s a lot more detail there if you want to go deeper.
http://www.b14643.de
Thanks to Cody for his video about nitric acid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcaF2hwuwvw

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  1. Great topic, I must say I really like your music. That guy/gal is talented, thanks for all your hard work. I have been watching you for a while now. I thought I was a subscriber, but today I see I wasn't. Is YT dropping subs from creators channel, or is it another software issue? I resubscribed just to let you know.

  2. Did anyone else notice most of the countries featured were/are communist. That would explain how the tech was showing up everywhere. The Soviet Union seized the means of (rocket) production, shared the tech with like minded countries Communism=share everything

  3. Scott, you're not part of the CIA by any chance are you haha! You'd have thought this kind of information would have been classified but you seem to have quite a lot of info. Which we're glad of, ofcourse, because we get another great highly informative video. Thank you as always!

  4. It really is fascinating how in comparison to most technology now days, rocket technology is still so advanced, or difficult to master, only nations with massive amounts of resources, or through "sharing" are able to make headway with it.

  5. interesting how supposedly poor dictatorships can mount lively space programs on their own with just some basic tech sharing, while european countries are necessitated to join into one esa program to launch stuff every once a while 😛

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