India Successfully Test fired The Supersonic Cruise Missile BrahMos, A Distance Of 400 Km.
The BrahMos missile can be fired from land, ships, and fighter jets. It has manufactured many of its equipment in the country.
- BrahMos was fired from the Integrated Test Range at Chandipura in Odisha under the supervision of DRDO officials at 10.45 am on Wednesday.
- The missile can strike three times faster than the speed of sound, its speed is about 3457 km. Is per hour.
India successfully test-fired the supersonic cruise missile BrahMos on Wednesday. It was fired from the Integrated Test Range at Chandipura in Odisha at 10.45 am. According to the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), this missile can strike three times faster than the speed of sound. Its speed is about 3457 km. Per hour. It is 400 km Can aim up to a range of.
In the test, the supersonic cruise missile successfully met all the criteria. It can be fired from land, ships, and fighter jets. They tested the first extended version of the missile on 11 March 2017. The name Brahmos is derived from the name of two rivers, ‘Brahm’ of Brahmaputra river in India and ‘Moss’ from Moskawa river of Russia.
It has been prepared by India’s DRDO in collaboration with Russia’s NPO Mashinostronia (NPOM). BrahMos is among the select supersonic cruise missiles that are in the Indian Air Force and Navy’s fleet. Much important equipment including the recent version’s propulsion system, airframe, power supply has been developed indigenously. This would be helpful mainly in targeting submarines, ships, and boats.