Agni prime missile india successfully test fires at odisha coast


New Delhi. India successfully test-fired the Agni Prime missile on Saturday. This test was done on the coast of Odisha in Balasore in Odisha. Government officials gave this information. Agni-P is an advanced version of the Agni-class missiles. Its range is between 1000 and 2000 km.

“The missile test met all its mission objectives with a high degree of accuracy,” an official said. There are total six versions of Agni missile in India. Agni prime missile is the most advanced version.

Agni prime missile india successfully test fires at odisha coast

Agni-P is an advanced version of Agni-class missiles.

What is different in Agni-P?
Agni-P is an advanced version of Agni 5 and 6. Although it looks like Agni-3. But according to experts, its weight is almost half as compared to version 3. It can hit targets from a distance of one thousand kilometers to two thousand. The Agni missile is a long-range nuclear weapon capable, surface-to-surface ballistic missile. The first missile in the series, Agni-I was developed under the Integrated Guided Missile Development Program (IGMDP) and was test-fired in 1989.

supersonic missile
Let us tell you that this week, India successfully launched a ‘Supersonic Missile Assisted Torpedo System’ (SMAT) from Abdul Kalam Island off the Odisha coast. Abdul Kalam Island was earlier known as Wheeler Island. DRDO said that during the test, all the capabilities of the missile were successfully demonstrated. The system is designed to enhance the anti-submarine warfare capabilities, which are far beyond the range of conventional torpedoes.

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