Russia has successfully test launched the intercontinental ballistic missile RS-24 Yars towards a proving ground in the Kamchatka Peninsula, TASS reports.
"At the experimental space site Plesetsk a combat crew of the Yoshkar-Ola missile unit carried out a test launch of the solid propellant mobile-based intercontinental missile (ICBM) RS-24 Yars with a multiple re-entry vehicle. The warheads reached the designated area at the Kura proving ground in the Kamchatka Peninsula," the Russian Defense Ministry said. "All tasks have been coped with in full".
On September 12, the Strategic Missile Force test-launched a silo-based RS-24 missile with a multiple warhead from Plesetsk. The experimental warheads reached the designated area at the Kura proving ground.
The RS-24 ICBM was designed by the All-Russia Thermal Engineering Institute. It is based on the same scientific and technological solutions as the Topol-M missile, which allowed for considerably reducing the research and design phase and costs. Currently this missile system is on duty at five missile units located on a vast area from the Ivanovo region in the west to Irkutsk, in the east.
Russia successfully tested a Yars silo-based intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on Tuesday at Plesetsk space center. "The test launch of a RS-24 Yars silo-based solid-fuel intercontinental ballistic missile, equipped with a multiple independently targeted reentry vehicle [MIRV] was carried out by a unit of Russia's Strategic Missile Forces," Russian ministry said in a statement
Russias intercontinental ballistic missile RS-24 Yars has been test fired from the Plesetsk military cosmodrome in the countrys northwest. The missiles dummy warheads with given accuracy hit a target at the Kura range in Kamchatka in the Russian Far East
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