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The latest Russian anti-missile tested at the Sary-Shagan test site

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The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation reported on the successful testing of the new missile defense system. AT the newspaper "Red Star" appeared material in which it is told that the test was conducted at the Sary-Shagan test site (Republic of Kazakhstan).


Colonel Andrey Prikhodko, deputy commander of the air defense and anti-missile defense complex of the Russian Aerospace Force of the Russian Federation, told in an interview with the departmental publication that the newest antimissile system had successfully accomplished the task, hitting the conventional target with a given accuracy.

It is noted that the newest anti-missile is fully automated. If earlier variants of the missile defense system meant launching after a man’s command, now this stage also occurs automatically when an attacking target is detected.

The latest Russian anti-missile tested at the Sary-Shagan test site


From the statement of Colonel Prikhodko:
Its (anti-missile) tactical and technical characteristics relating to range, accuracy, service life, far exceed the weapons currently in service with weapons. There is no doubt that this anti-missile missile, like all components of the missile defense system that are currently undergoing modernization, will be able to fulfill its task of ensuring reliable defense of the designated area. This applies to both single and group rocket attacks, including the use of a new generation of intercontinental ballistic missiles equipped with various sets of missile defense systems.


There is no exact data on when the newest anti-missile will be put into service with the air defense and anti-missile defense units. It is noted that this may occur "in the near future."
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  1. Vadya
    Vadya 12 February 2018 05: 53
    +5
    Super! Keep it up ! hi
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 12 February 2018 06: 00
      +10
      apparently A-235 (Nudol) brought to the "mind". well.
      1. Locksmith
        Locksmith 12 February 2018 06: 19
        +5
        Quote: Andrey Yurievich
        apparently brought to the "mind"

        moreover, they got straight into the "hole", factories celebrated a week laughing
        1. vlad66
          vlad66 12 February 2018 07: 54
          +6
          Quote: Locksmith
          moreover, they got straight into the "hole", factories celebrated a week

          Colleague, judging by your nickname, you know what you're talking about. laughing . No offense, just a joke. drinks hi
          1. Locksmith
            Locksmith 12 February 2018 12: 50
            +1
            Quote: vlad66
            Colleague, judging by your nickname, you know what you're talking about

            My nickname has nothing to do with my profession, we were simply gathered and told the good news, at the same time commenting "that the factories have been involved in this for two weeks now" It was before the New Year. laughing
      2. 210ox
        210ox 12 February 2018 06: 33
        +2
        Perhaps. Although what is there and how to do this, we are not supposed to know, which is correct.
        Quote: Andrew Y.
        apparently A-235 (Nudol) brought to the "mind". well.
      3. Mar.Tirah
        Mar.Tirah 12 February 2018 06: 44
        +2
        Of course it’s good. And the launch was timed to coincide with the holiday. On February 12, 1955, the decision of the Council of Ministers on the first cosmodrome on Earth - Baikonur (rocket range near Tyura-Tam station)
    2. Spartanez300
      Spartanez300 12 February 2018 06: 20
      +2
      Usually, the phrase "in the near future" has a loose concept.
      1. Guillon
        Guillon 12 February 2018 11: 04
        0
        It only means that it is already accepted! wassat
    3. Muvka
      Muvka 12 February 2018 08: 46
      +7

      Video on the topic. It starts powerfully
      1. Cube123
        Cube123 12 February 2018 09: 12
        +10
        There acceleration of more than 100 G.

        "So, a rocket needs only 0,4 s to exit the mine, and acceleration to maximum speed takes only 4 s. In flight, the rocket accelerates to 5,5 km / s. The height of target destruction ranges from 5 to 30 km, range - up to 100 km. "
        https://topwar.ru/97395-provedeny-ispytaniya-rake
        ty-perehvatchika-53t6.html
  2. corporal
    corporal 12 February 2018 05: 56
    0
    It is noted that this can happen "in the near future."

    I hope not in the next five five-year plans? And then the phrase "in the near future" from our defense industry is already very alarming. am
  3. sleeve
    sleeve 12 February 2018 06: 01
    +1
    Is it not in the S-500 line throwing?
    1. Ivan Tarava
      Ivan Tarava 12 February 2018 11: 28
      +1
      Most likely A-235 Nudol
    2. Geisenberg
      Geisenberg 12 February 2018 13: 06
      0
      Quote: sleeve
      Is it not in the S-500 line throwing?


      This is not throwing.
  4. sleeve
    sleeve 12 February 2018 06: 02
    +1
    It seems to me with the declared TTX for the S-500 in the complex "A" the meaning disappears fundamentally. Yes, and then a single complex is cheaper.
  5. andrewkor
    andrewkor 12 February 2018 06: 02
    +3
    So, without an unnecessary pump, SOI-1,2,3 ..... depreciates!
  6. Herculesic
    Herculesic 12 February 2018 06: 12
    +3
    Well done, the main thing is not to lose priority over competitors who will try to step on our heels to get around us at the bend.
    1. BVS
      BVS 12 February 2018 06: 50
      +9
      What are you speaking about? Complex A135, and now A235 protects ONLY Moscow. Not the country's economy, not the starting positions of the RSVN (as the Americans did), not the population of the whole of Russia.
      1. Muvka
        Muvka 12 February 2018 08: 49
        +6
        Quote: bvs
        What are you speaking about? Complex A135, and now A235 protects ONLY Moscow. Not the country's economy, not the starting positions of the RSVN (as the Americans did), not the population of the whole of Russia.

        Why protect the mines? By the time the missiles fly up to them, they will be empty. And Moscow is being defended because the command is there and they need to provide cover, give time to make a decision. Not a single pro will save from a massive blow, but will give several minutes for the distribution of commands. For this, pro is needed.
        1. Andrey57
          Andrey57 12 February 2018 10: 57
          0
          Moscow’s missile defense system is not required for “decision-making time”, for this there is a Perimeter-RC, in addition, the Sineva and Liner missiles have a flat path, respectively, the answer will fly to the mattresses in only 13-16 minutes, which is much less than the ballistic ones blocks wink
      2. NKT
        NKT 12 February 2018 09: 15
        0
        We are limited to 100 missiles by agreement. Do you propose to cover 100 cities of the Russian Federation - one rocket each?
        1. Days
          Days 12 February 2018 09: 48
          +3
          You are a little behind life. No longer limited, as The United States unilaterally withdrew 15 years ago from the ABM Treaty. But Russia is not the USSR, and does not have sufficient industrial potential to simply take and make several more positional areas of the A-135.
        2. utyutkin
          utyutkin 13 February 2018 04: 34
          0
          and what is the problem then? Well, 100 is not 100 but 200 missiles are quite a decent amount that allows a lot. 50 missiles to cover Moscow 50 to St. Petersburg and 10 to the largest cities of Russia. and voila, 70% of the country's population will not be affected. Yes, and 50 seems to me bust. I don’t think that these missiles have such low efficiency. Yes, and do not discount S-500, which is still sawed and finished. and it seems that the same has the ability to work on mbr. although it is strange a little that the missile defense is made mine-based. not a cheap topic. And again, guidance systems are needed in large numbers. but I repeat that in a couple of years everything is possible to do.
      3. ALEXANDER ABDRAKHMANOV_2
        ALEXANDER ABDRAKHMANOV_2 12 February 2018 16: 11
        0
        If the United States had excellent air defense - they would not moan that the DPRK could hit US territory. They were just scared, they want to impose sanctions against them. Perhaps they could intercept the DPRK missiles, there is simply nothing to America. They advised everyone to hide under the table, this is the main American air defense.
  7. bald
    bald 12 February 2018 06: 37
    +2
    Of course I would like to know what kind of animal it is. But let it be, as it should be, under the bar and finish off the already shaken, nervous system of the potential enemy.
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 12 February 2018 06: 43
      +2
      Quote: bald
      Of course I would like to know what kind of beast

      replacement of the "Amur" A135, faster, further, more precisely, the possibility of nuclear and kinetic charges.
      1. bald
        bald 12 February 2018 07: 06
        +2
        Good morning Andrew. This is just great! It seems that the whole nose has already been erased by “friends”, because it’s not horseradish. It turns out that all of their developments will go to ashes.
        1. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich 12 February 2018 07: 13
          +2
          Good Well, yes ... you only understand how much water is leaking until the "network" of installations appears ... until Moscow closes up ... well ... then slowly the rest ... it's not a mass conveyor belt. recourse
          1. bald
            bald 12 February 2018 07: 18
            +1
            It is clear, as usual with us, and maybe for the better, we do it thoroughly.
      2. Vadim237
        Vadim237 12 February 2018 08: 58
        0
        This is a modernized 53T6 rocket.
  8. raddy13
    raddy13 12 February 2018 07: 20
    +1
    This Prikhodko, though deputy. commander but a complete layman
    "It is noted that the latest anti-missile is fully automated. If previously missile defense missile system implied start after human command, now this stage also happens automatically when an attacking target is detected. "

    Missile defense has always started automatically, a person does not take part in the operation of the system in "Battle mode".
    1. Andrey57
      Andrey57 12 February 2018 11: 00
      0
      This is not a deputy layman, but valiant scribblers laughing
  9. askort154
    askort154 12 February 2018 08: 03
    +3
    System A-235 "Nudol" - "satellite fighter." N interception = 750 km. L cross. = 1500 km.
    Tests at the Sary-Shagan training ground - 2014 - one launch, 2015 - 2 launches, 2016 - one launch, 24. 11.2017 - a test launch, which confirmed all the design tactics of those. data.
    A -235 instead of A -135 included in the missile defense of the city of Moscow and the main military strategic facilities of the Russian Federation. ("World Review")
  10. Old26
    Old26 12 February 2018 10: 32
    0
    Quote: Spartanez300
    Usually, the phrase "in the near future" has a loose concept.

    Unfortunately.

    Quote: sleeve
    Is it not in the S-500 line throwing?

    No. If it is along the line, then the maximum is A-235.

    Quote: sleeve
    It seems to me with the declared TTX for the S-500 in the complex "A" the meaning disappears fundamentally. Yes, and then a single complex is cheaper.

    According to the Russian proverb, it is better to have a tit in hand than a crane in the sky. A-235 is created on the basis of A-135M locations and locations, that is, at least the cost of creating positional areas falls out of the total. When the S-500 tests begin and how successful they will be, no one can predict. And then at least a short-range intercept missile will be available
  11. Bronevick
    Bronevick 12 February 2018 10: 34
    +1
    What fuel does it work on?
    1. ustinov.yuri
      ustinov.yuri 12 February 2018 11: 01
      +3
      And where are the drawings to pass you?
      1. Bronevick
        Bronevick 12 February 2018 11: 03
        +2
  12. rocket757
    rocket757 12 February 2018 16: 06
    0
    And what fishing was there before! And the hunt! Only the entire steppe is bombarded with various debris from shot down targets and missiles!
    Now go collect the scrap! And for fishing on YouTube I looked, everything seems to be the norm!
    The rocket, well, will step on combat duty and silence, i.e. the hell will not pass, will not creep, will not fly!
  13. Kyzmich
    Kyzmich 13 February 2018 05: 29
    0
    in general, this A-235 is very reminiscent of the American "Sprint" long removed from service.
    1. rocket757
      rocket757 13 February 2018 07: 49
      0
      What reminds? Is flying up?
      1. Kyzmich
        Kyzmich 13 February 2018 08: 52
        0
        find the difference
        Rocket 53T6


        Sprint

        1. rocket757
          rocket757 13 February 2018 08: 59
          0
          So it flies up, well then it is clear .... of course they are similar.
          1. Kyzmich
            Kyzmich 13 February 2018 09: 03
            0
            You probably often come across such an external design (I’m silent about the internal one)?
            Can you give me at least one example?
            1. rocket757
              rocket757 13 February 2018 09: 10
              0
              Really, I have not seen this. For new missiles ... I have always been interested in the issue of the effectiveness of military assets, and the rest is the designer’s imagination or generally accepted trends.
              So the question is similar - not similar, it doesn’t matter, the question is how it will work, that's interesting.
              I don’t dispute your opinion, it’s not a topic, and then either exploitation will show combat use (which is not necessary at all), or they will refuse as if it was unpromising.
              1. Kyzmich
                Kyzmich 13 February 2018 09: 16
                0
                I note that the maintenance of this type of weapons is more expensive than ICBMs themselves.
                These mines are still attached radar prices are not small.
                And given that in order to repel (in the future) flying ICBM warheads, these missiles are required many times more.
                By the way, one of the reasons for the ABM treaty.
                Just ruinous for any country.
                1. rocket757
                  rocket757 13 February 2018 09: 46
                  0
                  Here I am in the know ... I had to work on positional areas.
                  Only then did the money count in a peculiar way, it is necessary, then it is necessary.
                  It was brought to the attention of the population that the enemy will not pass, will not creep and will not fly!
                  Air defense - PRO thing is not cheap in principle, but so far nothing has been invented in principle ... although, of course, we can paws up and wait! And why, these are individual fantasies!
                  1. Kyzmich
                    Kyzmich 13 February 2018 15: 24
                    0
                    By the way, the Americans removed their Sprints from service just the day after they were on duty, when it became clear that they would not be able to intercept the RGMs.
                    I don’t understand. What are our messing with this A 235?
                    Well, I still understand. When it was at the very beginning.
                    Then to refuse to comrade Stalin could be expensive and the designers went on the principle of Hadji Nasredin and the talking donkey.
                    Either the donkey speaks or the Emir dies.
                    Emir is long dead!
                    What then?
                    Like to cut the loot ?.