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Roscosmos Utilizes 18 Topol Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles

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As follows from the materials posted by Roscosmos State Corporation on the government procurement website, the corporation ordered the elimination of 18 Topol intercontinental ballistic missiles, the contract price is 138,7 million rubles, reports news agency Rambler / News

According to the procurement materials, the contractor will have to provide transportation, preparation, disassembly and elimination of missiles that are in temporary storage at the Perm Powder Plant. Missiles must be recycled before November 30 2018. There is no more detailed information on this fact.

Roscosmos Utilizes 18 Topol Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles


Work on the elimination of missiles are in accordance with the agreement between Russia and the United States on measures to further reduce and limit strategic offensive arms.

RT-2PM "Topol" - Russian mobile soil rocket complex of strategic purpose, equipped with a three-stage solid-fuel intercontinental ballistic missile. The first launch of the rocket took place in 1982 year. The maximum range of destruction of the complex is 10 thousand. Km.

Earlier it was reported that intercontinental ballistic missiles removed from combat duty will be used to put satellites into orbit.
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https://www.roscosmos.ru/23099/
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  1. The black
    The black 2 August 2017 13: 56
    +3
    Roscosmos Utilizes 18 Topol Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles
    .... disposal will take place at landfills in the usa, england, poland, the Baltic states wassat
    1. oldseaman1957
      oldseaman1957 2 August 2017 14: 11
      +3
      Quote: Black
      .... disposal will take place at landfills in the usa, england, poland, the Baltic states
      - not ON, but ON their training grounds, near Warsaw and LondOn. To feel the more their "Fi" to Russia could end!
    2. Grach-25sm
      Grach-25sm 3 August 2017 02: 12
      +5
      And why is the Wide Lan near Nikolayev bad, is there always something banging about the Bandera ?! :) As an option, I offer Sknilov in the Lviv region.

      "Slowly rockets float away,
      Meet with them Poroshenko wait
      And although we are a little sorry for Kiev,
      But Lviv is ahead!

      Maybe we offended the Bandera in vain,
      Fifteen megatons wailed.
      See how fun the earth is boiling
      Where Farion performed!

      On the siege of Lviv -
      They turn off the lights very early.
      Chilling the chauvinistic impulse
      Volley of ballistic missiles!

      Figured it out myself! :)
  2. jovanni
    jovanni 2 August 2017 13: 59
    +16
    Earlier it was reported that intercontinental ballistic missiles removed from combat duty will be used to put satellites into orbit.

    And they, companions, utilized the campaign even earlier, or what? The Americans drove us, drove us in the face in the shit, and what are we “recycling" again? Comrade Eun would have been presented better ... Ten thousand range ...
    And it’s possible: sesheashniki are some kind of disgusting thing to us - and we are a racket to comrade Eun, another tart flies to us star-striped, we're the next racket ...
    1. Muvka
      Muvka 2 August 2017 14: 27
      +4
      Poplar is an obsolete rocket. Or do you propose storing unnecessary missiles that have served their money for money?
      1. Vladimir16
        Vladimir16 2 August 2017 15: 01
        +2
        Quote: Jovanni
        And it’s possible this way: sesheashniki are some kind of disgusting thing to us, - and we are Comrade Eun racket,

        Can.
        In an interview with Solovyov, GDP spoke of precisely this. Like we have something else to answer. For example, there is a non-proliferation treaty and we are sticking to it for now. But if the mattresses are rude, then ...
        Wait and see.
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    2. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 2 August 2017 14: 31
      +10
      But do you not know that in 2016 they equipped the Yars with 5 divisions of the Strategic Missile Forces? A total of 20 missiles were delivered. The same pace will be this year.
  3. Komynist
    Komynist 2 August 2017 13: 59
    +6
    It is hoped that a replacement for these missiles is already there. And not as it was during the time of Gorbachev. It was only destroyed and cut into metal, and so still it is not possible to make up for half of what was lost.
    1. dvina71
      dvina71 2 August 2017 14: 07
      +9
      Quote: komynist
      It is hoped that a replacement for these missiles is already there.

      Do you even read the news? They are already a hundred years old at lunch. Poplar is being removed from service. He is being replaced by the Yars.
    2. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 2 August 2017 14: 32
      +3
      In 2016, 5 divisions of the Strategic Missile Forces were equipped with Yars. A total of 20 missiles were delivered. The same pace will be this year.
      1. jjj
        jjj 2 August 2017 16: 38
        +4
        For solid-fuel rockets, the fuel resource runs out most quickly. Deadlines come and there are no guarantees, which will work normally
        1. Lord of the Sith
          Lord of the Sith 2 August 2017 17: 17
          +1
          Yes you are right!
  4. Galleon
    Galleon 2 August 2017 14: 29
    +10
    I really hope that some North Korean company wins the tender for this disposal.
    1. Flinky
      Flinky 2 August 2017 14: 31
      +2
      Here I also have the feeling that the “Poplars” will go to the DPRK.
      1. ML-334
        ML-334 2 August 2017 14: 50
        +2
        For free. As an answer according to Outskirts Uncle Sam.
        1. Flinky
          Flinky 2 August 2017 19: 24
          0
          Why for nothing? The DPRK has something to pay :)
    2. Mista_dj
      Mista_dj 2 August 2017 22: 49
      +3
      As an option - Iran, or KUBAN.
      That zaverschat mattress covers)))
  5. Old26
    Old26 2 August 2017 14: 45
    +9
    Quote: komynist
    It is hoped that a replacement for these missiles is already there. And not as it was during the time of Gorbachev. It was only destroyed and cut into metal, and so still it is not possible to make up for half of what was lost.

    In fact, it would be worth knowing the subject of the conversation. But for many, this is not necessary. most importantly before everyone else to write a post. Preferably cheers-patriotic. And the fact that less than 396 are left from 70 “Topol” is not necessary to know, this is not a royal matter, to know. To speculate is another matter.
  6. Geisenberg
    Geisenberg 2 August 2017 14: 52
    +6
    Must be disposed of? And why doesn’t the satellite really launch?
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    2. san4es
      san4es 2 August 2017 19: 42
      +4
      Quote: Geisenberg
      Must be disposed of? And why doesn’t the satellite really launch?

      Earlier it was reported that intercontinental ballistic missiles removed from combat duty will be used to put satellites into orbit.

      Although it may not work request
    3. Vladimir Mamkin
      Vladimir Mamkin 3 August 2017 03: 03
      0
      So satellites need to be collected, and this is a long story.
  7. Topotun
    Topotun 2 August 2017 15: 20
    +2
    So maybe it should have been disposed of by launching satellites? It's a pity, after all - it's a worthwhile thing .... As in the 90s, our planes were cut .... Under the supervision of Americans.
  8. The splinter
    The splinter 2 August 2017 16: 31
    +3
    It is foolish and criminal to dispose of weapons when the air smells of war more and more.
    1. Uryukc
      Uryukc 2 August 2017 20: 35
      +5
      This weapon has an expiration date, and is relatively small - 15 years.
      1. The splinter
        The splinter 2 August 2017 21: 38
        0
        The United States has the same Minuteman -3, with the newest 1978 release.
        1. Uryukc
          Uryukc 2 August 2017 23: 35
          +1
          The same? In general, never like that. Gunpowder in the turbojet engine will certainly burn after 15 years, but will the missile go where it should?
          1. The splinter
            The splinter 4 August 2017 11: 02
            0
            And for this, ongoing repair of guidance systems is underway and test launches are being carried out ... And missiles are checked and calculations are being trained. And it’s stupid to disassemble the missiles, it would be smarter to use them for exercises, or for targets, in the same Syria, with high-explosive combat units, or volume detonating.
            1. Uryukc
              Uryukc 4 August 2017 22: 58
              0
              Eh, you would be on the farm - we will immediately heal)) (Sarkazm)
              1. The splinter
                The splinter 4 August 2017 23: 00
                0
                And from me it would turn out not bad (supply manager)
                1. Uryukc
                  Uryukc 4 August 2017 23: 02
                  0
                  1 Fade in Syria with an expired missile
                  2 get somewhere (apparently it doesn’t matter where)
                  3 ...
                  4 Profit))
                  1. The splinter
                    The splinter 4 August 2017 23: 06
                    0
                    The problem of solid-fuel rockets is in fuel, which has a relatively short guaranteed storage period, but the American Minetmen are solid-fuel and have proven in practice that rockets can fly longer than previously thought, and the guidance system is responsible for guidance, which is similar for liquid and solid-fuel rockets here everything is in order with reliability, and if not, then the matter is relatively quickly fixable.
                    1. Uryukc
                      Uryukc 4 August 2017 23: 08
                      0
                      You understand Minuteman is not the same as Poplar, not the same at all, and most importantly I don’t believe a gram of Amer’s “evidence”.
                      1. The splinter
                        The splinter 4 August 2017 23: 11
                        0
                        Solid fuel poplar and Solid fuel minuteman. There is probably a difference, but not a fundamental one. There is also a difference between the Russian nuclear submarines and the US nuclear submarines, including the design of the reactor, but this does not change the essence ... You may not believe in either God or Santa Claus, but when the United States, or someone else, performs a test launch of missiles this is recorded by tracking systems, so in our time it cannot be hidden.
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    1. DenZ
      DenZ 3 August 2017 20: 47
      +3
      Well ... We don’t even know. Missiles, of course, do not reach the United States, but their warheads very much reach. And I do not advise anyone to doubt it.
    2. The splinter
      The splinter 4 August 2017 11: 03
      0
      Yeah, and tanks in the Russian Federation out of paper, well, at least Bandera people have scouted the main secret of the Russian Federation ...
  10. Evgeny RS
    Evgeny RS 2 August 2017 17: 26
    +2
    Disposal must be to the enemies.
  11. ecologist
    ecologist 2 August 2017 17: 35
    +1
    From the article - they planned to remove warheads from missiles, put satellites and launch. If disposed of, they most likely delayed the time frame for launching these missiles. In such situations, I like China - there they shoot for the damage to the country. And we can find the person responsible for these issues and give him an order.
  12. Old26
    Old26 2 August 2017 19: 40
    +3
    Quote: Splinter
    It is foolish and criminal to dispose of weapons when the air smells of war more and more.

    And it’s even more stupid and criminal to leave a missile on combat duty, which has been extended several times by the PSE and the “youngest” one of which has been in service for over 20 years

    Quote: Flinky
    Here I also have the feeling that the “Poplars” will go to the DPRK.

    On its own, along a classic trajectory ??

    Quote: ecologer
    From the article - they planned to remove warheads from missiles, put satellites and launch. If disposed of, they most likely delayed the time frame for launching these missiles. In such situations, I like China - there they shoot for the damage to the country. And we can find the person responsible for these issues and give him an order.

    A certain amount can be used as carriers (the most “fresh” of those removed), the rest can only be disposed of
  13. san4es
    san4es 2 August 2017 19: 52
    +7
    The rocket receives a new payload, the warhead changes, additional steps are installed if necessary, but it is much cheaper than building a new launch rocket from scratch. It is known that in the 2000s, the Rokot rocket cost $ 11 million, which is very cheap by space standards. The redesigned "Topol" can put into orbit a 500 kilogram satellite, which is quite enough in modern realities. Moreover, satellites of the CubeSat format, whose weight does not exceed one and a half kilograms, are becoming increasingly popular.
  14. Scharnhorst
    Scharnhorst 2 August 2017 23: 18
    +2
    Still, the inner voice suggests that the competent authorities and the Accounts Chamber should sort out and punish anyone horrible!
  15. DOCTOR ZLO
    DOCTOR ZLO 2 August 2017 23: 54
    +1
    Earlier it was reported that intercontinental ballistic missiles removed from combat duty will be used to put satellites into orbit.

    I thought so too ....
  16. Dzafdet
    Dzafdet 3 August 2017 20: 11
    +2
    Quote: Jovanni
    Earlier it was reported that intercontinental ballistic missiles removed from combat duty will be used to put satellites into orbit.

    And they, companions, utilized the campaign even earlier, or what? The Americans drove us, drove us in the face in the shit, and what are we “recycling" again? Comrade Eun would have been presented better ... Ten thousand range ...
    And it’s possible: sesheashniki are some kind of disgusting thing to us - and we are a racket to comrade Eun, another tart flies to us star-striped, we're the next racket ...

    The whole problem is in fuel. It degrades. Here, it seems, all the deadlines are over. Only blow up ... hi
  17. Slovak
    Slovak 3 August 2017 23: 08
    +1
    You just need to give them to the DPRK!
    1. DOCTOR ZLO
      DOCTOR ZLO 4 August 2017 21: 34
      +1
      I can imagine how the indexes of American companies in the Asia-Pacific Region on the Tokyo and Hong Kong exchanges will fall ...