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13 Comments on "Prahaar Debut Launch Tomorrow"

Anonymous
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4 years 10 months ago

ooooooooo… this gets more and more interesting.. cant wait to see the missile… this seems to be a beautiful one in appearance….

Anonymous
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4 years 10 months ago

Thanks @Shiv, Kindly keep us posted and update as soon as it is launched. We are eagerly awaiting for good news.

Anonymous
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4 years 10 months ago

Shiv get some proper scoop on this please. Prahaar has really left me confused. How can such a large missiles be fit on a truck with 6 launchers.

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4 years 10 months ago

at last we have launch tomorrow….. hope weather wont be hindrance in launch..it will be world class system

lspk
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lspk
4 years 10 months ago

does the real prahar look like this ?

Uppal
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Uppal
4 years 10 months ago
What this also revelas is that AAD can be six to a truck, offering good firepower for countering BMD surge attacks. Sarasawats comment that we can mass produce this missile cheaply in India also means the same can be expected of the AAD, on the back of which this missile was developed. Good graphic Shiv, and nice work by DRDO and partners in leveraging existing tech for new applications. As an engineer, this is a perfect example of reducing NRE or non recurring costs. You use the infrastructure for an existing project to develop a product family, driving costs even… Read more »
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4 years 10 months ago

every one pray that weather doesn't play spoil sport….and also pray that drdo release hi res pics…we just don't want plain sentence that the launch was successful…

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4 years 10 months ago
I don't care what it looks like, just as long as it performs as intended. Some things I do care about and want to know are: 1) Range (I think this is intended to fill-in the gap between rockets and Pruthvi-I… so I guess between 30 to 150 KM range) 2) I hope this is a guided missile like Pruthvi and other missles in the Indian missile program. If so, such a weapon could come in handy if Kargil like crisis was to happen again… of course I would hate to see any loss of life and thus I think… Read more »
Mr. Ra
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Mr. Ra
4 years 10 months ago

Prahaar may be the downsized version of indigenous Indian AAD interceptor missile, with the use of lighter warhead owing to new and more powerful explosive.

Ru LCA
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4 years 10 months ago

If that is a AAD derivative then the speed and the accuracy will be top notch.

Since aad is extremely slim it may not carry very high amount of explosive may be 100-250 kg war head to 150km.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
4 years 10 months ago

Good luck to the drdo guys ! for once please deliver.

INsas
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INsas
4 years 10 months ago

Pls clarify if it could carry low-capacity thermo-nuke devices..

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Anonymous
4 years 10 months ago

DD News on 21 july 9:15 in morning has reported that Prahar has been successfully tested. Congratulations and WELL DONE DRDO.

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