India’s Agni-II intermediate range ballistic missile test fails enhanced (Figure)
Data Figure: India show on the parade-style ballistic missile Agni-II
BEIJING, Dec. 10 (Xinhua) According to foreign reports, the Indian defense sources said, India 10 day test a nuclear-capable “Agni” -2 (Agni-II) medium-range ballistic missiles, but the test did not succeed.
According to reports, defense sources said, the day in the eastern Indian state of Orissa coast Wheeler Island (Wheeler Island), the track will be using mobile ground-While the “Agni -2 enhanced “(Agni-II plus) missile launch out, but the missile did not fly as scheduled long, fall into the sea, the test failed.
unclear missile launch failure.
, by design, have been successful launches of “Agni-2″ missile capable of carrying one ton conventional warhead or a nuclear warhead, nuclear warheads can be used within 2000-2500 km against targets. Reported that India has successfully test-fired in the 3000-3500 km range between the “Agni” missile.
the test failed, “Agni -2 enhanced” missile equipped with improved navigation system, scheduled a range of 2500 km to 3000 km. This is to fill this blank range missiles.