The U.S. government has threatened to apply sanctions on international scientific organizations that collaborate with Iran on space launch vehicles less than a week after a failed test of a satellite launcher.  The State Department on Sept. 3 designated the Iran Space Agency (ISA) and two of its research institutes for violating a 14-year-old executive order that targets entities that develop delivery systems for dangerous weapons, including nuclear missiles.  The designation ...

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