seems reasonable.Honestly thank god for these people, otherwise we'd be so f***ed. Lots of smart guys in Iran.
Yeah, 50 meters is the lethal radius which makes sense for this class missile.
I don't think they'd scrap the Shahab-3's unless they have a good use for the materials, these liquid fuel missiles can last for decades in storage as extra inventory. The more missiles the better
Huh. ghadr 110? If I'm not mistaken, they used a ghadr booster for ghased SLV. so it means the reusable BM is not going to happen.Many of the Shahab-3s have been converted to Ghadr-110s.
Probably already existing. Remember those two anti-ship Sejil launches, early this year?@PeeD
North Korea test-fired a newly developed hypersonic missile earlier this week, state news media KCNA reported on Wednesday, joining a race headed by major military powers to deploy the advanced weapons system.www.reuters.com
With this news, if Iran were to have successfully created a HGV version of the Haj Qasem. Would such a asset be considered a "black asset" i.e., never unveiled formally because of the glide range implications or would it be likely that Hajizadeh would unveil when or if it is created and the time is right.
sabotage or not, thats the question....I think it was one...Images of a damaged building after a fire or explosion West of Tehran
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It failed to put the dummy satellite up in 700kms, the technology ( Salman equal ) is relatively new for themI would like to hear your thoughts on SK launch and if the Salman equal was used.
Iran is evidently more advanced than south Korea in ballistic missile technology, design and production (and will stay so for the foreseeable future).It failed to put the dummy satellite up in 700kms, the technology ( Salman equal ) is relatively new for them
South Korea failed to put a dummy satellite into orbit on Thursday after the first launch of its domestically developed three-stage Nuri rocket, the country's President Moon Jae-in announced on Thursday.edition.cnn.com