The first serial nuclear submarine of the Yasen-M project, Novosibirsk, was launched

The first serial nuclear submarine of the Yasen-M project, Novosibirsk, was launched

The first serial nuclear submarine of project 885M "Ash-M" launched. The solemn ceremony of removing the K-573 Novosibirsk submarine from the boathouse was held at Sevmash in Severodvinsk. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Defense.


The development of the nuclear submarine component of the Naval Fleet is a priority and is in the field of constant attention of the High Command of the Navy. The crew of the Novosibirsk submarine underwent comprehensive training at the training center of the Navy and is ready to master the latest technology and weapons

- said the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, present at the ceremony.

The Novosibirsk nuclear submarine is being built according to the modernized Yasen-M project. It is the second in a series and the first production submarine of this project. Laid on Sevmash on July 26, 2013. According to the plans of shipbuilders, the submarine will be transferred to the Russian Navy in the next, 2020.

Compared to Project 885 Ash, the new submarine received many improvements and new systems not previously used on submarines. Submarines of the Ash-M project have a displacement of 13800 tons, a depth of immersion of 520 meters, a crew of 64 people, autonomy of 100 days, an underwater speed of 31 knots. They are armed with mines, torpedoes of 533 mm, Caliber and Onyx cruise missiles, and in the future hypersonic Zircon missiles.

At present, the Russian fleet has the service of the K-560 Severodvinsk submarine of the Yasen project, and it became part of the Navy on June 17, 2014. The main submarine of the Yasen-M project Kazan continues to undergo a test cycle to eliminate deficiencies, identified earlier. It is assumed that its transfer to the fleet will also take place in 2020.

In addition to the Kazan and Novosibirsk submarines, the Krasnoyarsk and Arkhangelsk submarines are being built under the modernized project 885M (Yasen-M).
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  1. Borik 25 December 2019 12: 35 New
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    Withdraw something brought It is good. But when to expect it as part of our fleet?
    1. Aristarkh Lyudvigovich 25 December 2019 12: 44 New
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      Year in the 2022nd. Faster is unlikely to succeed. The head submarine of the Yasen-M project Kazan continues to undergo a test cycle to eliminate deficiencies. Mentioned 5 additional outputs. This is obviously an optimistic assessment.
      1. Borik 25 December 2019 12: 53 New
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        “Kazan” was lowered in March 17th and promised to surrender the fleet this year, and now, according to rumors, the deadline is postponed to the end of the 20th year. No matter how this happened with a delay in fine-tuning.
    2. Lord of the Sith 25 December 2019 12: 48 New
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      Have you read the article?
      According to the plans of shipbuilders, the submarine will be transferred to the Russian Navy in the next, 2020.
      1. Aristarkh Lyudvigovich 25 December 2019 12: 55 New
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        Quote: Lord of the Sith
        According to the plans of shipbuilders, the submarine will be transferred to the Russian Navy in the next, 2020.

        This date is taken from the ceiling. It has nothing to do with reality.
        1. Sidor Amenpodestovich 25 December 2019 13: 26 New
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          And you proposed
          Year in the 2022nd.

          whence?
          1. Piramidon 25 December 2019 13: 30 New
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            Quote: Sydor Amenpospestovich
            And you proposed
            Year in the 2022nd.

            whence?

            Perhaps from some hole on his body he picked it out.
            1. NEXUS 25 December 2019 14: 13 New
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              Quote: Piramidon
              Perhaps from some hole on his body he picked it out.

              22 years is quite a realistic date, and then, I would rather say 23 years. If you turn your brains on and stop fooling around, and look at the complexity of this project, as well as how ships are handed over to the fleet, you think that for 20 years, it’s just from that very hole and is sucked out.
          2. Aristarkh Lyudvigovich 25 December 2019 13: 36 New
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            The Kazan submarine was launched on March 31, 2017. Still not surrendered to the fleet. If they bring it up, the Novosibirsk submarines will be able to pass it faster. In general, the timing is constantly shifting to the right. For example, in 2017, the Russian newspaper wrote: “Until 2020, the Zvezdochka ship repair center in Severodvinsk and the Zvezda plant in Bolshoy Kamen (Primorsky Territory) are to carry out a large amount of work for the Russian Navy to repair and modernize 971 nuclear submarines of the 949th and XNUMXth projects. As a result, according to the commander-in-chief, the submarine forces of the Northern and Pacific fleets will receive qualitatively updated ships that will be "equipped with the most modern life support systems, sonar and navigation systems, systems control and communications. "
            https://rg.ru/2017/03/19/apl-volk-i-leopard-posle-remonta-stanut-znachitelno-boesposobnee.html
            So, none of this came true. The fleet did not receive a single 971M and 949A adapted for the Caliber-PL missile system.
            1. Sidor Amenpodestovich 25 December 2019 13: 40 New
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              My question was not about that.
              Why is the 2022nd? Not the 2021st, not the 2023rd, but the 2022nd?
              Where did you get this date?
              1. Aristarkh Lyudvigovich 25 December 2019 13: 47 New
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                2 years for completion, physical launch of a nuclear power plant, factory sea trials + state tests.
                1. Sidor Amenpodestovich 25 December 2019 14: 02 New
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                  Are you directly involved in the construction of nuclear submarines?
                  In this case, I acknowledge that your assessment is objective.
            2. PalladaTomsk 25 December 2019 17: 24 New
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              But what about the nuclear submarine of project 949A Omsk? This year it was transferred to the Pacific Fleet and it is just adapted already for calibers and onyx.
              Correct me please if I am wrong.
              1. Aristarkh Lyudvigovich 27 December 2019 18: 31 New
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                October 16, 2018 Far East Plant Zvezda OJSC (Bolshoi Kamen) launched the K-186 Omsk project 949A nuclear submarine missile cruiser of the Pacific Fleet. APRK was on the "Star" restoration of technical readiness. Project 949A from the APRK should be upgraded to the Irkutsk Caliber-PL missile system; it will not be returned to service until 2021. APRK in Big Stone since 2001, repairs began in 2014. Either there was no money, then a free slipway, and modernization was already needed there ... Alas, we always managed to build ships better than to repair them later.
          3. NEXUS 25 December 2019 14: 07 New
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            Quote: Sydor Amenpospestovich
            And you proposed
            Year in the 2022nd.

            whence?

            From the reality of surrendering the HEAD ships to the fleet. And if you turn on your brains and stop lulling, then, looking at how exactly the lead ships surrender to the fleet, you will understand that the end of the 20th year is really a date sucked from the finger, designed for such citizens.
            So that you understand why not 20, but 22, and possibly 23, you need to understand what the construction of a multi-purpose atomic in general is.
            And the construction of the main multi-purpose nuclear submarine in complexity is not inferior to the flight to Mars. So forget about the 20th year and do not write this stupidity anymore.
            1. Sidor Amenpodestovich 25 December 2019 14: 12 New
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              Are you getting so excited, your finger got pinched? Did I write something about the twentieth year?
      2. g1v2 25 December 2019 17: 30 New
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        This is a date from the head of USC and the director of Sevmash. They say that both Kazan and Novosib will surrender in the 20th year. But until Kazan surrenders, eliminating all the shortcomings, Novosib will definitely not surrender. Although Novosib and other serial submarines will certainly be tested much faster than the main Kazan. Th my IMHO is. If Kazan will normally surrender in the 20th year, then Novosib will surrender in the 21st. The rest can be handed over per year apiece.
    3. Alexander Suvorov 25 December 2019 12: 49 New
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      Borik (Boris)
      Withdraw something brought It is good. But when to expect it as part of our fleet?
      Have you carefully read the article or just the headline? If you haven’t read, then what is your comment for? For the sake of comment? And if you read, then it is written in black and white:
      According to the plans of shipbuilders, the submarine will be transferred to the Russian Navy in the next, 2020.
      The lead submarine of the Yasen-M project Kazan continues to undergo a test cycle to eliminate deficiencies identified earlier. It is assumed that its transfer to the fleet will also take place in 2020.
      1. Stirbjorn 25 December 2019 13: 18 New
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        Quote: Alexander Suvorov
        Have you carefully read the article or just the headline? If you haven’t read, then what is your comment for? For the sake of comment?

        According to the plans of the shipbuilders, by the 20th year we should have been composed of 7 Ash-trees ... so there was already no enthusiasm
        1. Aerodrome 25 December 2019 13: 20 New
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          The first serial nuclear submarine of the Yasen-M project, Novosibirsk, was launched
          elegant but small.
        2. Alexander Suvorov 25 December 2019 13: 35 New
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          I am not responsible for the plans of shipbuilders and the Ministry of Defense, I just pointed out to my comrade what was stated in the article and nothing more.
          As for the plans for commissioning and shifting the deadlines to the right, I’ll tell you so, it’s surprising that they’re either building anything and putting it into operation.
        3. AU Ivanov. 25 December 2019 14: 10 New
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          When did we, in the foreseeable past, meet the deadlines for the delivery of ships? That under the king, that under the Soviets, the graphs shifted to the right.
    4. venik 25 December 2019 22: 16 New
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      Quote: Borik
      According to the plans of shipbuilders, the submarine will be transferred to the Russian Navy in the next, 2020.

      =======
      "....According to the plans of shipbuilders, the submarine will be transferred to the Russian Navy in the next, 2020. ..... "
      Let's hope that there will be less problems than with Kazan ....
  2. Hunter 2 25 December 2019 12: 36 New
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    So that's great! We are waiting for the completion, State tests and Transfer to the Navy! good
  3. nikolas 83 25 December 2019 12: 52 New
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    Not expected. I did not think that Novosibirsk would be lowered this year. Congratulations to the crew. We hope that next year it will be part of the fleet. A gift for NATO. Let them creak.
  4. knn54 25 December 2019 12: 53 New
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    "Christmas present" for the West.
    1. Terenin 25 December 2019 13: 43 New
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      Quote: knn54
      "Christmas present" for the West.

      Yeah crying the gift is deadly!
  5. seregin-s1 25 December 2019 12: 56 New
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    Great news! The main thing is that the boat is fully built in Russia. Without using the backlog of the USSR. Competencies are restored. I hope that it will be put into operation faster than Kazan, taking into account the identified shortcomings. Hooray!
  6. bessmertniy 25 December 2019 13: 07 New
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    Well, Ash-tree stump, which should be noted! drinks
    1. Alien From 25 December 2019 19: 09 New
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      It should be noted), but take your time ... as it should be on a day off, I will join your toast, if you will ...)
  7. megadeth 25 December 2019 13: 13 New
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    I am glad. All the best to American children ..
  8. Victor March 47 25 December 2019 13: 51 New
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    Quote: Borik
    “Kazan” was lowered in March 17th and promised to surrender the fleet this year, and now, according to rumors, the deadline is postponed to the end of the 20th year. No matter how this happened with a delay in fine-tuning.

    But what, is EVERY boat "brought up"? In Kazan, the cones are full, they will complete it, and the rest will go much easier.
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    1. Paranoid50 25 December 2019 17: 16 New
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      Quote: AshiSolo
      when I see them not in the water, I always have the same reaction: What is she, ****, hefty!

      Well, then, at the sight of Project 941, there would be twenty pieces between the commas in the "asterisks" workshop. fellow laughing
      1. Alien From 25 December 2019 19: 11 New
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        To be honest, I understand with my mind that 941 is a project with a 9-story building ...... but it's hard to believe my eyes)
        1. Paranoid50 25 December 2019 19: 51 New
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          Quote: Alien From
          but it's hard to believe the eyes)

          Yes, really ... Here, as in Letov:
          It's hard to believe, but I must admit ...
          1. Alien From 25 December 2019 19: 54 New
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            This is not you sitting over the screw ???) then epaulettes of the naval ??)
            1. Paranoid50 25 December 2019 19: 58 New
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              Quote: Alien From
              Do not you sit over the screw ???)

              No, no, I'm from the "passengers" (MP), and the photo is archived and network. But with the melt, as they say, close by in life. To this day, I grieve for the disbanded VVMUPP them. Lenin Komsomol.
  10. Zampolit-m 25 December 2019 16: 04 New
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    The first production nuclear submarine

    Well, Bon voyage! In Russia, usually, the most difficult thing is to harbor, and we love to ride fast ..
  11. faterdom 25 December 2019 17: 07 New
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    The term of delivery to the fleet will also depend on the progress of the development of Zircons. If it is provided that it can carry Zircons, then for a new boat it would be natural to equip them. But here the question of mutual readiness, and missiles, and boats. So, really, I think no earlier than the 21st, and normal if in the 22nd.
  12. cniza 25 December 2019 17: 50 New
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    In addition to the Kazan and Novosibirsk nuclear submarines, the Krasnoyarsk and Arkhangelsk submarines are being built under the modernized project 885M (Yasen-M).


    It’s hard, slow, but better than nothing at all, there is hope that the next ones will go faster.
  13. Podvodnik 25 December 2019 20: 00 New
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    Quote: seregin-s1
    The main thing is that the boat is fully built in Russia. Without using the backlog of the USSR. Competencies are restored

    How can it be without hurt the USSR? In the USSR, it was developed dozens of years ago. At the NSR was about 30 years ago. Under the "Ash" prepared "line" back then. And the project comes from the USSR. Nowhere without it. Naturally, there were no changes. And with competencies, I agree, everything will be in order, but not immediately. Technology development takes time. We can cope if again the hard workers do not throw as unnecessary.
    1. Vadim237 25 December 2019 21: 49 New
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      This submarine has everything new, including the layout - in the USSR there were not even such projects.
      1. Attsxnumx 26 December 2019 07: 50 New
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        Of course, nothing like this happened in the USSR !! True, if memory serves, then the first Ash in 1992 began to build.
  14. Connor MacLeod 25 December 2019 23: 06 New
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    It is not clear only why there are as many as 9 of them? Ash is a great option to replace the 949 project (RCC ammunition is increased by 50% with half the displacement), but as an escort for the Borei 885e it is too bulky (compared to Virginia, Barakuda and Astyut).

    Enough and 6 Ashen, and all the freed up resources must be directed to bring to mind as soon as possible and launch in the series "Laika". Here, “Laikas” need at least 12 pieces, noiseless murderers with a displacement half that of Ash, so that Borey could cover Ash and work as part of the KUG.
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    qaz 26 December 2019 16: 51 New
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    885 and 885M are different boats, they will bring to mind a long time.
  16. Charik 26 December 2019 22: 28 New
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    Well, and OMSK-calibrated or unix?