Monday 20 May, 2019

Agni-5 successfully tested

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New Delhi: India's Long Range Ballistic Missile Agni-5 successfully launched. The nuclear-capable ballistic missile was tested at Abdul Kalam (Wheeler Island) in Odisha on 9.54 am today. The intercontinental missile, Agni-5, has a range of 5,000 km range. With the win in the Agni-5, Asia was all over the country.

The missile fired from the mobile platform crossed a distance of 4,900 km within 19 minutes. Nirma Sitharaman, the Defense Minister, released the information that Agni was launched. Agni network missiles and Prithviraj are the source of power in the nuclear missile.

The three-step Agni-5 developed by Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO). It has a 17 m height and two meter diameter and 5,000 to 5,500 kilometers long range. With consists weight 1.5 tonnes.

The first test of Agni-5 was conducted on April 19, 2012. Subsequently, on September 15, 2013, and on January 3, 2015, experiments were conducted. The fourth test of Agni-5 was completed on December 26, 2016.

Operational mechanism of ballistic missiles is rapidly moving out of the Earth's orbit and quickly moving into the sinking surface. The operation of ballistic missiles, controlled by the missile, has been accompanied by a period of time between the orbit and the return of the Earth to the surface.

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