Agni-IV Current Affairs, GK & News
Agni-IV is the fourth in the Agni series of missiles which was earlier known as Agni II prime. With a range of 2,500-3,500 km Agni-IV bridges the gap between Agni II and Agni III. Agni IV can take a warhead of 1 tonne. It is designed to increase the kill efficiency along with a higher ....Read More
India on November 11, 2019, conducted its first night trial of AGNI II missile successfully. It is the first night trial being tested by the country. The nuclear capable missile was tested at the Abdul Kalam Island of Odisha Coast. Highlights The missile was developed by DRDO (Defence Research and Development Organization) The surface-to-surface medium ..
Category: Defence Current Affairs
India has successfully test-fired nuclear-capable long-range ballistic missile Agni-IV from the Dr Abdul Kalam Island in Odhisa. It was the 7th trial of Agni-IV missile. DRDO had positioned Radars and electro-optical systems along the coast of Odisha for tracking and monitoring all parameters of the missile and two naval ships were anchored near the target area to ..
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Nuclear capable surface-to-surface Agni-IV missile was successfully test-fired by the Indian Army’s Strategic Forces Command (SFC). This was overall the fifth test of the Agni IV missile and earlier it had undergone 1 failed and 4 successful tests over the past five years. The last successful test was conducted in December 2014. Test facts The ..
AGNI-IV was successfully test fired from the Wheeler’s Island in Odisha. The missile was fired from the road mobile launcher. The main features of AGNI-IV: Nuclear capable ballistic missile Range: 4000kms Propelled by composite rocket motor technology Equipped with Avionics, 5th generation on Board Computer Latest features to correct and guide for in-flight disturbances Fitted ..
Agni-II launch was successfully executed by Army’s Strategic Forces Command (SFC). The Missile after its launch from the Wheeler Island travelled more than 2,000 km in 700 seconds and hit the target are in Bay of Bengal accurately. It is nuclear-capable missile which can carry warheads of one tonne. The success of the launch marks ..