Friday, 5 October 2012

Indian Fire the test surface-to-surface( Prithvi-II) Nuclear Missile.


   





Indian has completed a successful test firing of its  developed nuclear-capable surface-to-surface missile Prithvi-II.


Indian missile Developed the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).  
Indian defence scientist told the news agency that the missile was successfully tracked and monitored by an array of radars and electro-optical systems located along the coastline throughout its flight path.

 Indian guided missile development (IGMD) programme, Prithvi-II is a tactical surface-to-surface short-range ballistic missile (SRBM) designed to accurately intercept targets, located at a distance of 350km.

Indian Using an advanced inertial guidance system with manoeuvring trajectory, the 9m-long single stage liquid propelled missile can carry both conventional and nuclear warheads ranging from 500kg to 1,000kg payload, and is also capable of deceiving any anti-ballistic missile threat.

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