India conducted a successful test of a ballistic missile Agni-I

India conducted a successful test of a ballistic missile Agni-I
As Interfax-AVN, in India on Friday held another successful test of a ballistic missile Agni-I, capable of carrying a nuclear warhead
This was stated by the director of the landfill Chandipur M. Prasad. «The test of a ballistic missile has been quite successful,» — he said.

Launch ballistic missiles «ground-to-ground» with a range of 700 km act was carried out with a pad located on a peninsula in the Bay of Bengal Wheeler.

According to M. Prasad, on the improved missile Agni-I installed brand new navigation system that provides tremendous accuracy of defeats the purpose.

Missile Agni-I was first tested 25 January 2002. Since then she has not once passed tests. Currently, the missile is used by the Army of India.

Agni-I can carry both everyday and nuclear warhead weighing one ton. It can be run from a mobile launcher or train.

Besides Agni-I, India also has a ballistic missile Agni-II with a range of 2,000 km, Agni-III with a range of 2,500-3,000 km, Agni-IV with a range of 4000 km and Agni-V with a range of 5,000 km.

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