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    Anonymous

    Thanks for the updates. Any info on AURA?

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    Sourabh

    wow hypersonic cruise missile Mach 7
    Americans will banging heads together when it comes out they are just designing supersonic cruise missile now.

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    Mr. Ra

    With this Mach-7 hypersonic cruise missiles, the chinopaki will be blasted first and then their stunned ghosts will receive the warning signals.

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    Anonymous

    wat is the estimated range of nirbhay and the hypersonic missile

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    Anonymous

    @Mr.Ra: And then China┬┤s mobile IRBMs and ICBMs will be launched, incinerating most Indian cities and military industrial complexes. Please consider the ramifications of the fulfillment of your war-mongering desires.

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    Sourabh

    Operational range oh nirbhay will be 1,000 km. I don't know about range of brahmos2, I think they will not increase the range brahmos2 much because Russia is insisting on keeping it shortrange, most penetrating cruise missile in world. Just imagine mach 7 speed. so much kinetic energy will penetrate any bunker in world and also the amount of explosive to be used to create a devastating explosion can be reduced.

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    Anonymous

    they shud increase the range of nirbhay to atleast 1500-2000km

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    Anonymous

    An LRMC at Mach 7!!! WOW, man that would make anybody think twice before meddelling in Indian affairs in an intrusive manner – doesn't matter who it is. If it is on a mobile platform, realise that in war it can be carried to the enemy's doorsteps for devastating effect. I wonder what it's range would be (it can't be the Brahmos as Saraswat is developing it). This will be great news when the missile is test fired.

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    Gone Crazy

    @Sourabh 12:54
    Not bcoz Russians would like to keep it short ranged but bcoz the international norms/regulations keep the upper limit of range of any traded/JV cruise missiles at >300kms

    When will these be tested anyway? I think a lot of JVs and projects are running simultaneously (therefore draining resources) that result in delayed induction in the Armed Forces. Please correct me if I am wrong.

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