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Iranian minister mocked for ‘passing NASA costume for children as a regime astronaut costume’

Iranian minister is mocked because he “passes on the child’s NASA costume as an astronaut costume”

  • Minister of Information tweeted a photo of the suit with the words “astronaut costume”
  • But social media immediately accused him of showing off a child’s NASA suit
  • People claimed that he had passed on a £ 20 Amazon product and tore off NASA insignia

The Iranian regime has been ridiculed because it looks like he was dressing up a NASA suit as one of his own space suits.

Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi, Tehran’s Minister of Information and Communication Technology, tweeted a photo of the silver outfit last week with the words: “astronaut costume #brightfuture.”

But social media users immediately accused him of showing off a child’s suit that can be purchased for £ 20 from Amazon, and simply tearing off the NASA insignia.

Further inspection of the suit seems to show the vague outline where the logos have been removed.

The space suit tweeted by the Iranian minister

NASA suit that can be purchased on Amazon

NASA suit that can be purchased on Amazon

The space suit tweeted by the Iranian minister (left) shows a striking resemblance to a NASA suit that can be purchased on Amazon (right). Further inspection of the suit seems to show the vague outline where the logos are highlighted

They have exactly the same shape and placement as an Underwraps product sold on Amazon as an “astronaut silver child space explorer costume.”

Unlike the issue of the NASA insignia, the only noticeable difference is the Iranian flag that has been sown.

It is unclear whether Jahromi tried to make the costume pass as a truly modern space suit or just an Iranian costume, but it was still used by Twitter.

One person tweeting the photo of the Amazon product wrote: “The lack of a” brain in the Iranian regime has been a constant problem! Minister of Communications buys Halloween costumes and removes the NASA logo, sews the flag of the Islamic Republic and tries to frame it as the regime’s achievement! “

Exposed as replicating the design of the American space agency would be embarrassing to Iran, locked in a bitter cold war with the Washington.

Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi, Tehran’s Minister of Information and Communication Technology, tweeted a photo of the silver outfit last week with the words: “astronaut costume #brightfuture”

Social media users immediately accused him of showing off a child's suit that can be purchased for £ 20 from Amazon, and simply stitching the NASA insignia

Social media users immediately accused him of showing off a child's suit that can be purchased for £ 20 from Amazon, and simply stitching the NASA insignia

Social media users immediately accused him of showing off a child’s suit that can be purchased for £ 20 from Amazon, and simply stitching the NASA insignia

It comes after a major setback in the Tehran space program when a rocket failed to launch a satellite into space.

The split rocket launch took place yesterday at Imam Khomeini Spaceport in Semnan Province in Iran, about 145 miles southeast of Tehran.

A Simorgh, or “Phoenix,” rocket could not run the Zafar 1 communications satellite into orbit due to low speed, State TV reported.

Ministry of Defense spokesman Ahmad Hosseini said: “Phase 1 and phase 2 engines of the carrier were functioning properly and the satellite was successfully disconnected from its carrier, but at the end of its path it did not reach the required speed to to be placed in the job. “

Hosseini was still trying to describe the failure as a “remarkable” achievement for his space program.

Earlier Simorgh launches of the 80-ton satellite career suffered other failures.

It is unclear whether Jahromi (photo in December) tried to make the costume pass like a really modern space suit or just an Iranian costume, but he was still scorned by Twitter

It is unclear whether Jahromi (photo in December) tried to make the costume pass as a really modern space suit or just an Iranian costume, but he was still scorned by Twitter

It is unclear whether Jahromi (photo in December) tried to make the costume pass like a really modern space suit or just an Iranian costume, but he was still scorned by Twitter

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