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if 2750 km is max limit then we should wait to see a much greater version of shaheen after 1 year.i am sure our scientists are working on it.Hope that day comes soon
 

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if 2750 km is max limit then we should wait to see a much greater version of shaheen after 1 year.i am sure our scientists are working on it.Hope that day comes soon
Don't expect any increase in range in next 15 years. Its official. No significant increase in range for next 15 years.
 

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i dont think they are going to stick with 2750 km range we need ease in hitting nicobar islands so 3300km atleast they will obtain
 

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According to my study these posts of PDF the Indian members are exceed from the limits of rule regulation. It is a good for us to study the mindset of those people who,s stories were written in the history.Now we observed them ourselves.We become to know the history was true.
 

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Hi guys . Is there any plan to make a satellite launch vehicle out of Shaheen III ? I am sure it's possible to make the SLV version capable of launching a 20 to 100 kg micro/mini satellite into low earth orbit .
 

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Hi guys . Is there any plan to make a satellite launch vehicle out of Shaheen III ? I am sure it's possible to make the SLV version capable of launching a 20 to 100 kg micro/mini satellite into low earth orbit .
I believe solid fueled rockets not ideal for launching satellite, probably Ghauri will serves it better.
@The Deterrent
Can explain you further.
 

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I believe solid fueled rockets not ideal for launching satellite.
Generally yes , But did you know that the first two stages of the Shavit SLV were that of the Jericho II missile ?
And The Start-1 launch vehicle is derived from the Topol ICBM. Both Jericho and Topol are Solid fueled rockets .
Start-1 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tir & Mehr launchers are possibly solid rockets that have been developed on the base of the Sejil missile .
Tir & Mehr, Gallery
 

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new IRBM missile looks very similar to ballistic missiles SS-20 RSD-10 Pioneer of the Soviet Union was to retire in 1988. The SS-20 is the IRBM missile developed by the Soviet Union, has a range shoot around 5.000km.SS-20 gives the Soviet ability to disable tactical nuclear forces of NATO one fairly easily. After the SS-20 is deployed, NATO had to rush to deploy Pershing-II missiles, Tomahawk to cope. In the course of operation 654 deployed missiles were built.
 

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Yes due to world pressure, Pakistan might not do any long range missile experiments above 4000 km.But any further experiment of up 3500 can not be rolled out.
But obviously, Lab experiments will continue regarding range and accuracy issues.
Pakistan is further focusing Cruise missile technology that gives country edge against ABM.
 

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With recent developments in ICBM in North Korea, Pakistan also needs to proceed in this matter to develop these technologies to avoid ABM systems.
Of course this cannot be achieved due to international pressure but we can find a way out.
With improving economy, we can spend money in these projects along with developing satellites with modern and advance technology.
 

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