In July 1, 2022, 23:25:15 UTC, an M6.3 earthquake occurred in Southern Iran. Co-seismic deformation was mapped by the geObservatory service of BEYOND Center of Earth Observation Research and Satellite Remote Sensing of the National Observatory of Athens. The first co-seismic interferogram was produced with the use of two Sentinel-1 images of June 22, 2022 and July 4, 2022 of ascending satellite track 130. In the co-seismic interferogram, surface deformation induced by the seismic event is clearly presented bυ numerous fringes. 11 fringes can be detected. Each fringe corresponds to a ground deformation equal to 2.8 cm, resulting to an overall of almost 30 cm of ground deformation. All co-seismic and pre-seismic interferograms, associated with the event are freely available in the geObsevatory website (