Iran sends it's 2nd monkey into space, comes back alive

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December 14, 2013 10:54

 
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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced Saturday via Twitter that Iran had successfully sent a monkey into space.

"For the 1st time, using liquid propellant, a living creature--monkey named Fargam--was sent into space and returned safe & sound....In total, this is the 2nd monkey sent into space & returned in perfect health to Iran. I congratulate the Leader, scientists & the nation," Rouhani said.

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