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India: The most potent Nuclear capable ICBM 'Agni-V' was successfully tested

 
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India: The most potent Nuclear capable ICBM 'Agni-V' was successfully tested
BALASORE (ODISHA): India finally made it. In a giant leap in country’s deterrence capability, the most potent forbidden surface-to-surface nuclear capable Inter-Continental range Ballistic Missile (ICBM) Agni-V was successfully test-fired in full operational configuration for the first time from a canister-based launcher at a defence test facility off the Odisha coast, on Saturday.

With the maiden successful test launching of the canisterised version of Agni-V, indigenously developed by Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), India has achieved another major milestone in its on-going defence preparedness signaling that this developing country is steadily but surely becoming a super power in the South East Asia region.

Defence sources said the sophisticated missile with a dummy payload blasted off from the confines of its canister, a hermetically-sealed airtight container mounted on a road-mobile Tatra truck launching platform positioned at the launching complex-four (LC-IV) of the Wheeler Island test range at about 8.09 am.

“The strategic missile lifted off majestically leaving a trail of orange flames and pierced into the sky after the gas generator at the bottom of the canister gave it initial thrust. The Gas Generator System (GGS) with a compact solid rocket motor put inside the canister successfully ejected the missile,” said a source.

At the predetermined moment, having risen to about 20 meters height, the missile’s first stage motor ignited lifting it into the sky. The flight continued on its predetermined path during which the second, all composite light weight motor, followed by the third, innovatively designed conical all composite rocket motor propelled the missile into space taking it to a maximum altitude of more than 600 km.

The missile, after reaching peak of its trajectory turned towards earth to continue its journey towards the intended target with an increased speed due to the attraction of earth’s gravitational pull and its path precisely directed by the advanced on-board computer and inertial navigation system. As the missile entered earth’s atmosphere, the atmospheric air rubbing the skin of the missile during the re-entry phase raised the temperature to beyond 4000 degree Celsius.

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