India successfully test-fired a new Agni-series missile Agni-Prime on Dr Abdul Kalam Island off the coast of Odisha at 10.55 am today. The new nuclear-capable missile is made entirely of composite material. According to the information received from the sources, during the test the missile has been found to be accurate on all the parameters. This new missile of Agni series Agni Prime can hit the target accurately up to 1000-2000 km. It is expected that this missile can be inducted into the army soon. This missile is capable of attacking with nuclear weapons.
Missile can hit the target up to a range of 2000 km
Various telemetry and radar stations located on the east coast tracked and monitored the missile. At the same time, a DRDO official said, “It follows the Testbook trajectory, fulfilling all the mission objectives with a high degree of accuracy.” and is much smaller and lighter than other missiles of this class. The new missile incorporates many new technologies.”
Significantly, India first test-fired the Agni missile in the year 1989. At that time the range of Agni missile was about 700 to 900 km. After this it was included in the Indian Army in the year 204. Since then, India has launched 5 missiles of the Agni series.
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