- Start MBRMB "Bulava"
Along with the "Yuri Dolgoruky" by the Navy received "Bulava" — the first Russian solid-fuel intercontinental ballistic missile sea-based.
General Shoigu from a central "Yury Dolgoruky" through private video reported to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is on board the heavy nuclear-powered missile cruiser "Peter the Great" in Severomorsk, the admission of a missile in the Russian Navy.
"The very end of state testing and acceptance of the nuclear submarine" Yury Dolgoruky "the Navy said that all issues have been resolved, including on missile complex" Bulava "," — said Shoigu at the end of the session.
Intercontinental ballistic missile sea-based P30 3M30 "Bulava-30" (RSM-56 for use in international treaties, SS-NX-30 — according to NATO classification), the newest Russian three-stage solid-fuel missile, placed on submarines. Engines of the first and second stages — solid, third — liquid — to provide the necessary speed maneuvering at the stage of breeding warheads.
The missile can carry 10 hypersonic maneuvering independently targetable nuclear warheads, capable of changing the trajectory altitude and course. Has a low-altitude flight profile.
Developed at the Moscow Institute of Thermal Technology, the maximum flight range — 9300 km (8000 according to official data, but during testing in August 2011, the missile flew just 9,300 miles), starting weight — 36.8 tons, 10 head of 100-150 nuclear warheads kilotons, inertial control system, throw-weight (payload) — 1150 kg, length starting container — 12.1 meters in length without front section — 11.5 meters.