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Nuclear-Capable Agni-IV Missile Successfully Test-Fired

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India recently successfully test-fired nuclear capable Agni IV missile from Dr. Abdul Kalam Island, earlier known as Wheeler Island. It was the 7th trial of Agni-IV missile. India also has Ballistic missiles like Agni-I, II, III, V, and Prithvi have been included in the arsenal of the armed forces, giving India a useful deterrence capability.

Here are brief highlights about the Agni IV missile

 

  1. Agni IV weighs 17,000 kilograms and is 20 meters tall.
  2. Designed by Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and manufactured by Bharat Dynamics Limited(BDL)
  3. Agni – IV is a surface to surface, nuclear-capable long-range ballistic missile
  4. This was the 7th trial of Agni 4 missile.
  5. It has the latest features to correct and guide itself even while facing fight disturbances
  6. Ballistic missiles like Agni-I, II and III and Prithvi have been included in the arsenal of the armed forces, giving India an effective deterrence capability.
  7. The re-entry heat shield can withstand temperatures in the range of 4000 degrees centigrade.
  8. Making sure avionics function correctly within temperature remaining less than 50°C.

With all these advanced features it will provide strength and support to our Indian Army.

 

Blogswhy we tested Nuclear-Capable Agni-IV Missile
Blogswhy we tested Nuclear-Capable Agni-IV Missile

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