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China Reveals Scene of Missile Interception Tests

Write : 2016-07-25 12:12:57

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China has revealed for the first time scenes of successful intercepts of targets using its own ground-based midcourse missile defense system.

China’s state-run CCTV on Sunday disclosed the tests that were carried out on January eleventh, 2010 and January 27th, 2013.

The report said an expert of a research center in China’s northwestern region had conducted the two successful tests after nearly three decades of research.

Observers say the latest report apparently is aimed at responding to Seoul and Washington's decision to deploy the U.S. Terminal High Altitude Area Defense(THAAD) missile defense system on the Korean Peninsula.

Chinese media said China unprecedentedly underlined the existence of a missile expert and revealed images of the missile intercept tests with the pending THAAD deployment in South Korea.

http://world.kbs.co.kr/english/news/news_In_detail.htm?lang=e&id=In&No=120627&current_page=
 

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Can China’s Anti-Satellite Missiles Destroy UFOs?:lol:

Dominic Villasanta | Jul 20, 2016 12:46 AM EDT


DN-2 test launch.

There's currently no planet-wide missile defense against unidentified flying objects (UFOs) but what the world has at its disposal in case UFOs turn nasty and attack us are China's anti-satellite (ASAT) missiles, currently among the most modern in the world.

To blast UFOs out of Earth orbit, China can call on three of its new direct-ascent missiles: Dong Neng-2 (DN-2), Dong Neng-3 (DN-3) and HongQi-19 (HQ-19). All these missiles were developed as anti-satellite (ASAT) missiles under the guise of anti-ballistic missile systems.

DN-2 is an ASAT designed to destroy U.S. satellites in geostationary orbit 36,000 kilometers above the Equator by high-speed kinetic impact. It was tested in May 2013 in a geosynchronous orbit, demonstrating a new high-altitude anti-satellite capability. This ASAT might be fully deployed by 2020.

On the other hand, DN-3 is a direct-ascent missile designed to ram U.S. satellites in low Earth orbit (160 kilometers above Earth's surface) and destroy them. It's another of China's new generation of midcourse interception ASATs.

HQ-19 is China's counterpart to the U.S.' Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) ballistic missile defense system, two batteries of which will be deployed to South Korea by 20-18 to counter persistent North Korean ballistic missile tests.

Little is known of the more secretive HQ-19, which is a development of the HQ-9 surface-to-air missile widely deployed by the People's Liberation Army. What is known, however, is the HQ-19 is armed with a dual purpose exosphere kinetic kill vehicle (kkv) that collides with its target. Its first flight took place in 2003.

It was designed to counter ballistic missile and satellites in Low Earth orbit and can be fired at ballistic missile warheads or satellites.

These three ASATs could conceivably be used against UFOs given their capabilities. China has conducted more ASAT tests over the past few years than the U.S. and Russia combined.

China disguised its ASAT tests in 2010, 2013, and 2014 as land-based missile interception tests. It claimed each test involved a high-speed interception of a dummy warhead launched by a ballistic missile and not a satellite.

http://en.yibada.com/articles/143161/20160720/china-anti-satellite-missiles-destroy-ufos.htm
 

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China Reveals Scene of Missile Interception Tests

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Update : 2016-07-25 13:18:52



China has revealed for the first time scenes of successful intercepts of targets using its own ground-based midcourse missile defense system.

China’s state-run CCTV on Sunday disclosed the tests that were carried out on January eleventh, 2010 and January 27th, 2013.

The report said an expert of a research center in China’s northwestern region had conducted the two successful tests after nearly three decades of research.

Observers say the latest report apparently is aimed at responding to Seoul and Washington's decision to deploy the U.S. Terminal High Altitude Area Defense(THAAD) missile defense system on the Korean Peninsula.

Chinese media said China unprecedentedly underlined the existence of a missile expert and revealed images of the missile intercept tests with the pending THAAD deployment in South Korea.

http://world.kbs.co.kr/english/news/news_In_detail.htm?lang=e&id=In&No=120627&current_page=
China has been working on missile interception for long time.

Good thing that BeiJing is showing the resutls as well. With multi layers missile defence system need for conflict vanishes.

Deterence is better than offence. With making offensive against China pretty expansive China can move with development in peace.

A security umbrella in SCO with Sino-Russian missile defence system will change the global dynamic for better.

The need for violence and hegemony can then finally vanish from the eurasian continent.

OBOR will be successful with full security coverage.
 

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The above tests were 3 to 6 years old
We also have done successfully a mid course interception test in 2014
I believe we should have completely mastered this technique until more versatile missiles emerge to evade our system of defense
How many countries in the world have this technique? US and Russia?
 
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The above tests were 3 to 6 years old
We also have done successfully a mid course interception test in 2014
I believe we should have completely mastered this technique until more versatile missiles emerge to evade our system of defense
How many countries in the world which have this technique? US and Russia?
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Why would they want to do that? Please do explain your comment. The US takes care of S.Korea's needs in this department.
My doubt.
China did those tests back to 2010, 2013. Not yesterday.
And they wouldn't reveal them NOW for no reason.

In relation to THAAD deployment plan, I guess China want to show something related to the intercept of North Korea BM.
perhap, even a potential sale, who know.

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Two of that during recent 2 months.
Thanks.
 
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My doubt.
China did those tests back to 2010, 2013. Not yesterday.
And they wouldn't reveal them NOW for no reason.

In relation to THAAD deployment plan, I guess China want to show something related to the intercept of North Korea BM.
perhap, even a potential sale, who know.
But not South Korea man.....The US is way too close for that.
 

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But not South Korea man.....The US is way too close for that.
South Korea even buy many weapons from Russia including interceptors.
The relation between China and SK aren't too bad. A sale is possible.
 

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Screenshot of the footage released by Chinese authorities shows China's second successfultest of the ballistic missile interception system on January 27, 2013. [Photo:CRIENGLISH.com]




Screenshot of the footage released by Chinese authorities shows China's first successful testof the ballistic missile interception system on January 11, 2010. [Photo:CRIENGLISH.com]

Chinese authorities have released footage of the first-ever test authorities conducted forballistic missile interception system 6-years ago.

PLA researcher Chen Deming says the system itself is one of the keys of China's domesticdefense capabilities.

"The Ballistic missile defense system is a critical link in our strategic defense, and is also animportant chip in the contest between big powers. It makes a world of difference whetheryou have it or not."

The anti-missile system has undergone more successful tests since 2010, including anothertest in January of 2013.

Footage of the original test has been released on the heels of the US and South Koreaagreeing to deploy the advanced U.S. THAAD anti-missile system before the end of nextyear.

While the US insists the system is to defend South Korea from possible attacks from NorthKorea, Chinese officials have condemned its planned deployment, saying it threatensChina's security.

China's Foreign Minister has warned his South Korean counterpart the THAADdeployment also diminishes the level of trust between the two countries.

http://en.people.cn/n3/2016/0725/c90786-9090802.html
 

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Screenshot of the footage released by Chinese authorities shows China's second successfultest of the ballistic missile interception system on January 27, 2013. [Photo:CRIENGLISH.com]




Screenshot of the footage released by Chinese authorities shows China's first successful testof the ballistic missile interception system on January 11, 2010. [Photo:CRIENGLISH.com]

Chinese authorities have released footage of the first-ever test authorities conducted forballistic missile interception system 6-years ago.

PLA researcher Chen Deming says the system itself is one of the keys of China's domesticdefense capabilities.

"The Ballistic missile defense system is a critical link in our strategic defense, and is also animportant chip in the contest between big powers. It makes a world of difference whetheryou have it or not."

The anti-missile system has undergone more successful tests since 2010, including anothertest in January of 2013.

Footage of the original test has been released on the heels of the US and South Koreaagreeing to deploy the advanced U.S. THAAD anti-missile system before the end of nextyear.

While the US insists the system is to defend South Korea from possible attacks from NorthKorea, Chinese officials have condemned its planned deployment, saying it threatensChina's security.

China's Foreign Minister has warned his South Korean counterpart the THAADdeployment also diminishes the level of trust between the two countries.

http://en.people.cn/n3/2016/0725/c90786-9090802.html
It's quite apparent that the footage of the KKV impacts are computer-generated.
 

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