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14 octobre 2015 3 14 /10 /octobre /2015 12:35
Le premier SNLE indien va effectuer un essai de lancement de missile

 

12 octobre 2015. Portail Sous-Marins

 

Le premier sous-marin nucléaire lanceur d’engins indien, qui poursuit ses essais à la mer, effectuera ce mois-ci son premier essai de lancement de missile, indique de hauts responsables de la défense indienne.

 

L’objectif est de livrer l’INS Arihant à la marine indienne à l’occasion de la revue navale internationale prévue en février prochain à Vishakapatnam.

 

« Les essais effectués jusqu’à présent ont été réussis. Ce mois-ci, nous allons lancer un missile Nirbhay depuis le sous-marin. Ce lancement sera suivi par le lancement d’un autre type de missile, » indiquent les sources.

 

Nirbhay cruise missile launch photo Livefist

Nirbhay cruise missile launch photo Livefist

 

Le Nirbhay est un missile de croisière d’une portée de 1.000 km. Le 2è missile pourrait un missile balistique d’une portée d’environ 700 km.

 

Référence : Economic Times (Inde)

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8 mai 2013 3 08 /05 /mai /2013 12:35
Problem in Nirbhay cruise missile identified: Antony

May 08, 2013, zeenews.india.com

 

New Delhi: Scientists have identified the problem in Nirbhay cruise missile, which led to its malfunction during the first test flight last month, and corrective design is being implemented, Defence Minister AK Antony on Wednesday said.

 

In a written reply in Rajya Sabha, he said, "Scientists have identified that Inertial Navigation System has malfunctioned and corrective design/modification are being implemented."

 

On whether the missile achieved only partial success, Antony said, "Yes. Except for covering the full range by flying in all way points, all the objectives set for the cruise missile functionality have been met fully."

 

Maintaining that the missile had a perfect launch with the navigation systems correctly touching the "first way point", he said, "Deviation was observed while going to second way point. When the deviation extended the safety limit, mission abort command was issued from the ground and the destruction mechanism inside the missile was activated."

 

In reply to a separate question, the Minister said DRDO has proposed to set up a missile testing centre and a launch pad at Machilipatnam in Andhra Pradesh at an estimated cost of Rs 1200 crore.

 

"The proposal is at a very initial stage. So far, only proposal for requirement for land has been initiated with the Government of Andhra Pradesh."

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