India Successfully Test Fires Short-Range Nuclear Capable Agni-I Missile: – Well, India on Tuesday successfully tested the nuclear-capable surface-to-surface short-range ballistic missile Agni-I from a defense test facility off Odisha coast for an extended range proving its robustness. Overall, it is one of the most appreciated things ever happened and you all are going to love it for sure. Also, the reports are coming that the missile with better re-entry technology and maneuverability were launched at about 8.30 am from a road-mobile launcher.
Sources reports are saying that it took place at complex-IV located in Abdul Kalam Island. The test came two weeks after successful flight testing of longest range Inter-Continental Range Ballistic Missile (ICBM) Agni-V from the same test facility. Overall, we can say that India is being one of the most powerful countries in many things such as weapons and Nuclear power. After a vertical lift-off, the Agni-I missile rose into the sky leaving behind a ribbon of yellow smoke. Akash missile successfully test fires Surface-to-Air
Reports are coming that after a vertical lift-off, the Agni-I missile rose into the sky leaving behind a ribbon of yellow smoke. After that ground radars, telemetry stations and naval ships positioned close to the intended impact point monitored the course of the missile. Overall, it is a whole great experience and Indian should really get proud of it.
“The missile followed the trajectory perfectly and reached the designated target with high accuracy. All the tracking systems along the coast have tracked and monitored the missile parameters,” said an official. Two naval ships located near the target point tracked the missile in the terminal phase of the flight.
If we talk about the features then we can say that Agni-I had a strike range of 700 km. Compared to it its longer-range cousins, its height is just 15 meters and is powered by both solid and liquid propellants, which imparts it a speed of 2.5 km per second.