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    1. sancho
      sancho
      Beeing from Kerala and not talking Hindi
    2. sancho
      sancho
      :-) You sound disappointed, what did you expected?
    3. DrSomnath999
      DrSomnath999
      SEE MY NEW THREAD WHERE BARAK HAS SUCCESFULLY INTERCEPTED BRAHMOS
    4. DrSomnath999
      DrSomnath999
      WHY R U IN INVINCIBLE MODE
    5. gambit
      gambit
      To continue...

      Other issues are thrust differences for each phase. Booster thrust is greater to get the vehicle initially moving against gravity. Then come the lesser sustainer thrust to keep the vehicle stable in both heading and velocity while the Earth rotate below. If India's targeting criteria does not involve tens of thousands of kms, then booster thrust to get the missile moving quickly is all that is needed.

      There are many issues involved that have nothing to do with technology but affect the final distance. But again, I would go with targeting criteria before technology.
    6. gambit
      gambit
      You are asking a loaded question. But the gist of it have to do with propulsion and guidance technologies. You should understand that we live on a rotating sphere. If the missile is launched high enough and therefore stay aloft long enough, the Earth's rotation will move the target below the missile, this is assuming a launch against the Earth's rotation. Launching with the Earth's rotation require a slightly different ballistic arc and speed. The Earth's rotation, time of flight, and time of free fall, are what give the sort of illusion of distance.

      Target location also matter. If India's targeting criteria does not require tens of thousands of kms, then what need is there to have a propulsion system that can reach that far? Lighter weight can mean more sophisticated and smaller nuclear warheads and that can contribute to the distance differences.
    7. gambit
      gambit
      Thnx. At least some of them are genuinely useful.
    8. Kinetic
      Kinetic
      I think PSG will never change. :)
    9. Kinetic
      Kinetic
      I do not think so. Sonar development is one of the most successful project of DRDO. Its would not have canceled.
    10. Abingdonboy
    11. Kinetic
      Kinetic
      bro, i still could not dl them. bad luck. :( will try today.
    12. DrSomnath999
      DrSomnath999
      happy new year vicky
    13. Kinetic
      Kinetic
      thanks bro.
    14. Kinetic
      Kinetic
      i am fine bro. thanks. as usual very bus with office works. how about you? how things going onnn?
    15. Skull and Bones
      Skull and Bones
      Nopez..got it online. Suits my image. ;)
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