Indian officials said the Agni-III performance over China DF21 and DF25 missile
India Agni III strategic missile operational diagram
India’s strategic missile Agni-made show
DF-21 medium-range strategic missiles domestic side team intern reporter Li Zongze
World Wide Web, according to Indian media reports Rediff2 October, India Officials said Wednesday that this year will be carrying nuclear weapons test-fired Agni-5 surface-to, its range of more than 5,000 km, which will enable the majority of Chinese across Pakistan in the region and within the scope of combat.
India’s Defense Research and Development Secretary V ? K Saraswat said the missile test-fired Agni-5 will enable India to produce intercontinental ballistic missiles to join the ranks of countries. He also said that fire is a 5 km range of 5,000 intercontinental ballistic missiles, India plans to hold within the first test. Saraswat stressed, “and so have the Agni-3 and 5, the cities of China and Pakistan is concerned, would not exist but we want to make India reach the goal.”
responsible for the fire commander of the missile project, said Avinash Chander ? “precision strike and technical content in the area”, compared to a range of Agni-3 and 2,500 km of China’s DF-21 and DF-25, India’s national missile to be developed better.
“Agni” missile can be covered, including Beijing, Shanghai and other major cities in most parts of China, India, a senior official said that “for India (North) number one enemy.”
2006 年 7 月 9 日 上午 11 点 05 points, the Indian army in the southern island of Orissa Wheeler fired the missile, the second stage there is no time off, 5 minutes after launch , flying 1,000 kilometers (less than one third of the range) after the drop in the Indian Ocean.
2007 年 4 12, the Indian state of Orissa money Dipu Er missile successfully test-fired Agni III launch site missile.
2009 年 11 月 23 at night, in the eastern Indian coastal state of Orissa, comprehensive test-fired a testing ground for the first time at night, “Agni-2″ medium-range ballistic missile, but due to technical failure, the final without success.