Friday, September 30, 2011

Indian Nuke Command Tests Agni-II


India's Agni-II was launched successfully today at 9:30AM from the Eastern seaboard. According to a DRDO statement, "The successful launch once again proved reliability of the medium range surface to surface missile." The 2000-km range surface to surface missile, already inducted and part of countries arsenal for strategic deterrence, was launched as a training exercise by the country's nuclear command. The missile reached an apogee (peak altitude) of 220-km and hit the target. All the radar, telemetry systems, ectopic system tracked & monitored all parameters throughout the trajectory. Two ships located near the target point have tracked the missile in the final stage.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

sir what is the status of the agni 2 prime and when is its next launch

Anonymous said...

Is this missile is Agni 2 prime.

Anonymous said...

we now need some submarine launched missiles

Parmanand said...

Is this configuration full solid fuel ?