India announces success of new Braamos ultrasound

India announces success of new Braamos ultrasound

India announced that the fastest intercontinental ballistic missile in the world had passed a new test on Wednesday and succeeded in hitting Berri's target after being launched from a fighter jet.

The Indian Defense Ministry said a Sukhoi 30 MKI fighter jet was specially modified for this purpose, successfully launching the 2.5-ton rocket with a range of about 300 km (185 miles).

A statement from the ministry said the launch was smooth and that the missile had followed the designated route just before hitting the ground target.

The Paramous missile provides the Indian Air Force the ability to strike far at any target at sea or on the ground, very accurately, day and night and in all weather conditions.

He did not mention the location of the experiment or other details, other than making mechanical, electrical and "very complex" modifications to the Russian-made fighter plane.

India, along with Russia, is developing the pre-sounding "Paramus" rocket, with a top speed of 3,450 kilometers per hour and media reports that India plans to start selling it soon abroad.

The rocket is one and a half times faster than the previous Concorde.

The first test of the missile was carried out on a naval target in November 2017. India said at the time that it was the first country to successfully launch an attack missile of this type from the atmosphere at a speed of 2.8 Mach on a maritime target.

India has already requested copies of the missile launched from the sea to its naval forces, and specialized media media reports that it could start supplying the Air Force with the "Paramus" in 2020.

Paramus is a joint venture between India and Russia, named after the Russian Moskva and India's Brahmaputra.

Source: AFP


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