Bhubaneswar: fire 5 missile test succeeded The DRDO launched the missile from Abdul Kalam Island in Balasore, Odisha. The DRDO has created this missile that targets 5,000 km. It has the ability to carry 1.5 tons of nuclear weapons. It is made with complete domestic technology. This is the fifth time to launch this missile.
For the first time in the Lifetime Tractor system, the
missile test was first conducted in a lifted trajectory system. In this process, the missile goes into the atmosphere and returns to the Earth’s atmosphere and attacks the enemy. The warhead, which is usually mounted on a missile, is at risk of being severely damaged when it reaches the earth’s atmosphere. Therefore, some special arrangements will be made for this. India has tested the capacity of the RVR (Reentry Vehicle) in the latest test. As it succeeds, India is much closer to the technology of launching more than one weapon in a single missile. This technology is only officially in the world at the US, Russia, China and France.