Wednesday, September 11, 2013

India To Test 5,500-km Agni-V Ballistic Missile On Sunday

The second test of India's 5,500+ km range Agni-V ballistic missile is scheduled for Sunday, Sept 15 from Wheeler Island in the Bay of Bengal. This will be the second test of India's longest range strategic nuclear-capable weapon after its debut test on April 19 last year. Top sources tell me the Agni-V will be tested in a cannisterised configuration in December.


6 comments:

patriot said...

WOOD TOUCH....

nobody jinx the test

it's gonna be great day

Anonymous said...

Right step in right direction, may be DRDO should put their impetus on MIRV equipped China killer which will further add teeth to a Missile and provide a robust detterence

Anonymous said...

All the nbest to Agni 5.........

Anonymous said...

ok i guess that is a appropriate engineers day but they should signify it.

I mean the worlds perception towards India is becoming of that of a country of supernerds barreling to its place in the world.

Anonymous said...

Aww.. I was hoping to see A5 blast out of a canister this time :'(

Anonymous said...

DRDO should go for 10000 Km to 16000 KM range ICBMs and SLBMS now enough of IRBMS.
10000+ ICBM will be the real test of rocketry and navigation systems.