India Tests Nuclear Capable Agni-IV Ballistic Missile - Bharat Military Review
11/14/11

India Tests Nuclear Capable Agni-IV Ballistic Missile

India has tested a new nuclear capable Agni-IV ballistic missile from the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Wheeler Island. The Agni-IV has range of 3,000 km  and it was launched from a mobile launcher at 0900 (0330 GMT)  hours.

The two stage Agni-IV was previously known as Agni-II Prime uses solid propellant and weight about 17 tonnes while carrying a payload of 800kg.

Indian officals has said that  'Agni-II' Prime has improved accuracy and a range of 3000 km. The Agni II prime had failed in its first launch in December last year due to technical problem in the control system of the missile system.

India Tests Nuclear Capable Agni-IV Ballistic Missile Reviewed by MJ Qamar on 11:01 PM Rating: 5 India has tested a new nuclear capable Agni-IV ballistic missile from the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Wheeler Island. The Agni-IV has ran...

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