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The footage showing the loading of the Yars ICBM into the silo-based launcher

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Russia continues to re-equip the army and fleet... Among other things, modernization is being carried out in relation to the strategic nuclear complex. In particular, the re-equipment of the Yars ICBM is underway.


The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation showed unique footage showing the loading of an ICBM (intercontinental ballistic missile) into a silo-based launcher. Such loading took place in the Kozelsk missile formation.

It is noted that the operation itself to load ICBMs into a special silo with the missile connected to the power supply and control system lasts several hours.

The Russian Ministry of Defense recalls that the Kozelsk missile unit, located in the Kaluga region, is the first unit to be rearmed at the mine-based (stationary) Yarsy.

As a result of the implementation of measures in 2020, the share of modern SSN (strategic missile systems) in Russia has increased to 81 percent. The combat capabilities of the nuclear missile group have also increased in order to implement the plans and combat missions for nuclear deterrence.


In the footage of the Russian Ministry of Defense, you can also see the process of delivering ICBMs on an automobile platform to the location in the mine.

Before loading, the missile is set in a vertical position together with the vehicle platform, after which its gradual (ICBM) descent into the silo launcher begins.

Photos used:
Ministry of Defense of Russia
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  1. Victor_B
    Victor_B 4 January 2021 09: 23
    +10
    In particular, the rearmament of the Yars ICBM is underway.

    Good Shezelyaka!
    From here we will threaten ...
    1. Giant thought
      Giant thought 4 January 2021 09: 31
      +35
      I have always been amazed at the power of the technology that installs mbr in mines. But the foe is more, apparently, amazed by the power contained in the mbr. Respect and gratitude from all our people to our designers, engineers and workers who create the nuclear shield and sword of our country.
      1. Ilya-spb
        Ilya-spb 4 January 2021 09: 33
        +10
        I join the thanks to the factory workers!

        Are there many kilotons in it?
        1. nnm
          nnm 4 January 2021 09: 39
          +13
          300-500 ct (3-4 BB)
          150 kt (6 BB)
          1. Machito
            Machito 4 January 2021 09: 46
            +2
            As far as I understand, the Yars are put in mines for unification with mobile complexes and to reduce the cost of maintenance. In addition, Yars is a solid-propellant rocket, it is easier to maintain and store.
            1. nnm
              nnm 4 January 2021 09: 48
              +5
              Yes, as I understand it, the main reason is its cheapness. And, of course, the fact that the blocks were "trained" to maneuver.
              1. ism_ek
                ism_ek 4 January 2021 11: 05
                -15%
                Quote: nnm
                And, of course, the fact that the blocks were "trained" to maneuver.
                There are no maneuverable blocks in Yars. Avangand is placed on the UR-100N UTTH and, in the future, "Sarmat". Yars has insufficient carrying capacity.
                Until the American missile defense system is deployed in Europe, it will do. As it unfolds, Yars will become a useless toy.
                1. nnm
                  nnm 4 January 2021 11: 10
                  +3
                  I will not argue, since I am not an expert in this matter, but most sources write about the possibility of maneuvering in 2 planes.
                  1. voyaka uh
                    voyaka uh 4 January 2021 11: 27
                    +2
                    There are gas rudders that allow deviations by 1-2 degrees from
                    main trajectory. Smooth rocking. But they are unlikely to be
                    involved in a combat launch: hitting accuracy is more important.
                    1. ism_ek
                      ism_ek 4 January 2021 12: 12
                      -21%
                      Quote: voyaka uh
                      There are gas rudders that allow deviations by 1-2 degrees from

                      Gas rudders in vacuum ... Congratulations)))
                      1. DymOk_v_dYmke
                        DymOk_v_dYmke 4 January 2021 14: 04
                        +9
                        Quote: ism_ek
                        Gas rudders in vacuum ... Congratulations)))

                        Never heard of jet thrust? hi
                      2. ism_ek
                        ism_ek 4 January 2021 16: 05
                        -2
                        The first stage works for 60 seconds, the second - 56 seconds, the third - 64 seconds. Then 20 minutes. the rocket flies by inertia in a vacuum ...
                      3. RVAPatriot
                        RVAPatriot 4 January 2021 20: 28
                        0
                        And at the exit to the target, too, vacuum ???
            2. voyaka uh
              voyaka uh 4 January 2021 11: 24
              +14
              "Until the American missile defense system is deployed in Europe, it will do. As it is deployed, Yars will become a useless toy" ///
              ----
              This is not true. Missile defense does not follow up. Only on the opposite
              crossing courses. Therefore, no - neither present nor future -
              Missile defense in Europe will not be able to catch up with the starting Yars.
              Which, moreover, fly through the North Pole, and not over Europe.
              Now, if the Americans deploy a missile defense system like Alaska (GBI) in the northern
              Canada, then we can talk about the theoretical possibility of interception.
              1. ism_ek
                ism_ek 4 January 2021 12: 11
                -12%
                Quote: voyaka uh
                Which, moreover, fly through the North Pole, and not over Europe.

                Yars' range won't be enough to fly across the North Pole
                1. RVAPatriot
                  RVAPatriot 4 January 2021 20: 31
                  +1
                  According to your drawing, Ukraine has decided to bark not only at Russia
              2. Interlocutor
                Interlocutor 4 January 2021 21: 30
                +1
                Which also fly across the North Pole


                And if there is also an option "in the coal's ear" .... any missile defense system will choke, even if the route is guessed.
        2. swzero
          swzero 4 January 2021 22: 02
          0
          minus solid-propellant rockets shorter shelf life due to degradation of fuel components.
      2. voyaka uh
        voyaka uh 4 January 2021 10: 58
        +1
        Because of the agreement with America, 3 warheads are put on Yars.
        And the Americans for the Minutemans - one at a time.
        1. nnm
          nnm 4 January 2021 11: 07
          +2
          You are talking about START-3, as I understand it. Yes, there is such a case for limiting warheads. But I gave exactly the maximum performance characteristics. And after the amers were expelled from Votkinsk, who knows how many warheads they put)))
          1. voyaka uh
            voyaka uh 4 January 2021 11: 15
            +2
            The more warheads, the more hassle, which route to take,
            to categorize them by goals. Indeed, at speeds of 20-22 MAX
            you can't write a loop - they are such ... they won't allow inertial forces.
            If there is a failure on the route, the entire salvo may miss.
            Fall into the countryside.
            Therefore, the race for the number of warheads is not the most correct tactic.
            1. nnm
              nnm 4 January 2021 11: 17
              +3
              Colleague, I don’t argue. I am not a specialized specialist, and therefore I ask the opinion of those who understand this issue.
            2. Wedmak
              Wedmak 4 January 2021 11: 37
              +3
              But what about the "bus" delivering warheads along trajectories? It is clear that the trajectory will not change by 90 degrees, but the spread ellipse will also be significant.
              1. voyaka uh
                voyaka uh 4 January 2021 11: 46
                +4
                The fact of the matter is that the maneuverability of this bus is very small.
                Due to the tremendous speed of movement.
                If you need to hit several cities in America with several warheads,
                then these cities should be approximately on the same line.
                You can't scurry back and forth.
                1. XXXIII
                  XXXIII 4 January 2021 14: 38
                  0
                  Quote: voyaka uh
                  The fact of the matter is that the maneuverability of this bus is very small.
                  Due to the tremendous speed of movement.
                  If you need to hit several cities in America with several warheads,
                  then these cities should be approximately on the same line.
                  You can't scurry back and forth.

                  For the United States, a complete set will be used, without false warheads, the territory is large, possible anti-missile defense. So all the warheads will have to be shot down. hi
                  1. voyaka uh
                    voyaka uh 4 January 2021 14: 45
                    +2
                    The US territory is covered only from single launches from the Far East. And in California there are some weak THAADs installed. Everything else is open. Shoot to your health. Even Washington and the Pentagon are not protected.
                  2. ism_ek
                    ism_ek 4 January 2021 16: 09
                    0
                    Take a globe and build the shortest path from Krasnoyarsk to San Francisco. He will just pass through Alaska)))
                  3. XXXIII
                    XXXIII 4 January 2021 16: 47
                    -1
                    Quote: voyaka uh
                    The US territory is covered only from single launches from the Far East. And in California there are some weak THAADs installed. Everything else is open. Shoot to your health. Even Washington and the Pentagon are not protected.

                    I have no missiles, but there will be a variant of a nuclear conflict without false targets. And if you don't remember, Russia is never the first to attack.
      3. ism_ek
        ism_ek 4 January 2021 12: 09
        -6
        Quote: voyaka uh
        Because of the agreement with America, 3 warheads are put on Yars.

        1 warhead, the rest are false
  • Hunter 2
    Hunter 2 4 January 2021 09: 35
    +2
    Well said, I join your words hi Thanks to the PATRIOTS of Russia - who invented and implemented this Project! Your Labor - Our good nights and days! soldier
  • APASUS
    APASUS 4 January 2021 11: 10
    +5
    Quote: Thought Giant
    I have always been amazed at the power of the technology that installs mbr in mines. But the foe is more, apparently, amazed by the power contained in the mbr. Respect and gratitude from all our people to our designers, engineers and workers who create the nuclear shield and sword of our country

    And I was always amazed, this is what the calculation of hydraulics, hydraulic cylinders, valves should be, and all this has been done and is doing with us! But manipulators for the civilian sector, excavators, all at 99,99 are imported, but why?
    1. SSR
      SSR 4 January 2021 11: 29
      +4
      Quote: APASUS
      And I was always amazed, this is what the calculation of hydraulics, hydraulic cylinders, valves should be, and all this has been done and is doing with us! But manipulators for the civilian sector

      This has been going on since Soviet times, then it first of all went to the army and no one, in fact, based on these developments, did not open production for the civil sector (as in the late 80s, lines began to be redone for the manufacture of pans) and then the 90s came e and began to completely destroy these factories, simultaneously destroying the chemical industry, agro and so on, filling our market with their products.
      There was no commercial component in the development of such products.
    2. Olgovich
      Olgovich 4 January 2021 14: 38
      +4
      Quote: APASUS
      And I was always amazed, this is what the calculation of hydraulics, hydraulic cylinders, valves should be, and all this has been done and is doing with us! But manipulators for the civilian sector, excavators, all at 99,99 are imported, but why?

      There were good Soviet excavators EO 3322, EO 3323, EO 4121 and pr-produced in the Russian Federation, they still work. There are also new tracked Chetras, and in 2018 a Russian excavator with a FORTY m3 bucket was launched!

      A-cranes "Ivanovets" from 16 to 50 tons are still a good vehicle from the USSR.
      1. Motorist
        Motorist 4 January 2021 21: 48
        +2
        Quote: Olgovich
        A-cranes "Ivanovets" from 16 to 50 tons are still a good vehicle from the USSR.

        I will add: "Galician" more (from the name of Galich, not Galicia yes).

        Galician in Crimea:

        https://sharij.net/32670

  • nnm
    nnm 4 January 2021 09: 28
    +1
    Before loading, the missile is set in a vertical position together with the vehicle platform, after which its gradual (ICBM) descent into the silo launcher begins.

    I never knew about it before. I even experienced pride in our engineers who implemented such a solution.
    And the stupidest question from a layman - that is, if there are similar missiles, then any mobile complex can simply "recharge" the mine? Or it becomes unusable after launch.
    1. Wedmak
      Wedmak 4 January 2021 09: 42
      +6
      No. In the mobile complex, the rocket is packed in a TPK and is in it for the entire service life. Microclimate, control, etc. There are only two ways to take it out of there ... start-up and elimination as an object. There is a suspicion that TPK mobile and mine versions differ ...
      1. nnm
        nnm 4 January 2021 09: 46
        -1
        Thanks for the reply.
        1. Wedmak
          Wedmak 4 January 2021 09: 49
          +2
          If anything, he did not give anything secret, it is in the public domain. winked
          1. nnm
            nnm 4 January 2021 09: 54
            +9
            I don’t think it’s secret. It's just that VO is good that there are specialists or those interested in topics in different fields. And if you don't know yourself, then you can ask and colleagues like you, instead of ridiculing the question and its author, will calmly answer. Thanks again.
      2. sabakina
        sabakina 4 January 2021 09: 54
        -5
        Denis, I didn't understand a little. That is, when the term expires, the rocket is stupidly blown up on its territory? recourse
        1. nnm
          nnm 4 January 2021 10: 04
          +3
          Hardly. Probably, they disassemble it in some Votkinsk or Snezhinsk, and the "head stuffing" is either reused or taken to the burial ground.
        2. Guru
          Guru 4 January 2021 10: 06
          +6
          Denis, I didn't understand a little. That is, when the term expires, the rocket is stupidly blown up on its territory? recourse
          It was he who got excited. laughing
          1. sabakina
            sabakina 4 January 2021 10: 14
            -2
            Quote: Guru
            Denis, I didn't understand a little. That is, when the term expires, the rocket is stupidly blown up on its territory? recourse
            It was he who got excited. laughing

            It's good that nnm does not have that notorious button. wink
            1. nnm
              nnm 4 January 2021 10: 49
              -1
              It's a shame even!))))
        3. Aag
          Aag 4 January 2021 10: 40
          +7
          "... when the term expires, a missile is stupidly blown up on its territory?"
          They detach the warhead, hand over to the RTB (missile technical base, subordination-12th department).
          The rocket in the same TPK (transport and launch container) is sent to the arsenals, or to the railway plant or by road).
          There are launches at training ranges, during exercises, as it was at the end of last year, of course, with a warhead simulator.
          Or how in 1988 "Pioneers" graduated from the Drovyanin division ..
    2. Aag
      Aag 4 January 2021 09: 58
      +8
      "... if similar missiles, then any mobile complex can simply" recharge "the mine? ..."
      Missiles of the same family, but not similar (15p165m-in mines, 15p155m-on PGRK), and certainly not interchangeable.
      The PGRK itself needs special units for "reloading." It cannot act as such ... And the very need for reloading in a war with the use of nuclear weapons looks extremely illusory ...
      After launch, the mine is suitable for further operation after routine maintenance (I will not tell you the volume and timing).
      1. nnm
        nnm 4 January 2021 10: 07
        0
        And the very need to recharge in a war with the use of nuclear weapons looks extremely illusory ...

        There was also the thought that why "reload", if the PGRK itself can launch. But I thought that suddenly, the infection of the area, and a truce was announced ...
        In general, the question was prompted, rather, by the desire to understand why such a method of equipping the mine was invented.
        1. Aag
          Aag 4 January 2021 10: 22
          +4
          "... why such a method of equipping the mine was invented ..."
          Otherwise, at least one more unit would be needed (to remove the rocket from the cart, verticalize, lower it into the shaft). Apparently, the best option has been found: the number of operations is reduced, - less time, higher safety.
          1. Fan-fan
            Fan-fan 4 January 2021 15: 43
            0
            Guys, this was all invented back in the USSR, so THANKS to the communists for our calm childhood.
            1. Aag
              Aag 4 January 2021 16: 29
              +6
              Quote: Fan-Fan
              Guys, this was all invented back in the USSR, so THANKS to the communists for our calm childhood.

              I do not argue! drinks
              It's just that on holidays I would not like to focus on the communist origin of many and many systems that are still effective, functional, replacements for which have not been created, despite all the assurances, like, for the first time, having no analogues, neither in the past, nor in partners ... Unfortunately, here, in the VO, as in the country as a whole, a cohort has formed, for which the Soviet flag is like a red rag for a bull ...
    3. _Sergei_
      _Sergei_ 4 January 2021 10: 41
      +3
      After the start-up, the mine requires repair. In the event of a combat launch, it is unlikely that someone will charge the second one.
      1. Fan-fan
        Fan-fan 4 January 2021 15: 56
        +2
        In fact, all these mines and PGRK are disposable weapons, even submarines, after launching missiles, can only be recharged theoretically, and practically naval bases where there is equipment for loading missiles will be destroyed. I will say more, the airfields will also be destroyed, so there will be nowhere to sit down to recharge the Tu-160 and Tu-95 cruise missiles, they would have time to take off with a warhead - and that is already good.
        1. _Sergei_
          _Sergei_ 4 January 2021 17: 56
          +4
          When I served as an urgent, they told us - they shot and in the infantry
  • Nikolay1987
    Nikolay1987 4 January 2021 09: 29
    -9
    What have we not seen there? request
    1. Volodin
      Volodin 4 January 2021 09: 40
      +9
      Quote: Nikolay1987
      What have we not seen there?

      Simple answer: the first loading of the Yars ICBM into the mine ...
  • Whirlwind
    Whirlwind 4 January 2021 09: 56
    -8
    Take the nuclear warheads off this thing, load the bags of their crumpled dollars in their place, and send this package straight to the Fed. In payment for their der mocracy and piralism, which they are planting on us here. Do not forget to notify in advance so that America does not wither completely ...
    1. Vadim_888
      Vadim_888 4 January 2021 10: 56
      0
      ... instead, sacks of their crumpled dollars and send this package straight to the Fed.

      It is better to buy gold in the USA, it will be much more effective, otherwise "money does not smell"
      1. Petro_tut
        Petro_tut 4 January 2021 12: 29
        +3

        Better to buy gold in the USA,

        De Gaulle has already tried to do this
      2. Whirlwind
        Whirlwind 4 January 2021 13: 23
        +4
        It is better to buy gold in the USA, it will be much more effective, otherwise "money does not smell"

        It has long been tungsten.
        So that's the money, and they have green guano.
        After they had lost their "flights" to the moon to the whole ... world, they finally became convinced that they were the smartest fools on the planet and now they lie like they breathe.
        1. Vadim_888
          Vadim_888 4 January 2021 14: 02
          +1
          ... It has long been tungsten.

          Even the technical one used in the electronics industry?
          1. Whirlwind
            Whirlwind 4 January 2021 15: 41
            +1
            It is necessary to ask the Chinese. Those Yankis were caught on the slipped bullshit, probably when they were soldering circuits ...
    2. nobody75
      nobody75 4 January 2021 16: 16
      +2
      De Gaulle has already tried to do so ... And he got a Maidan. "They are children" in Sorbon rebelled. Before him, Philip of Orleans did this (Afrea John Law, by the way, the city of New Orleans was founded with money from this scam). All this ended with the Great French Revolution, which the Duke of Orleans sponsored by exchanging banknotes. In Russia, the same revolution is planned with the introduction of the crypto-ruble.
      Sincerely
      1. Whirlwind
        Whirlwind 4 January 2021 18: 17
        +1
        In Russia, the same revolution is planned with the introduction of the crypto-ruble.

        Perhaps you are right, but the nationalization of the Central Bank and the acquisition of a sovereign ruble and credit will certainly become a revolution. And as a consequence, this is the emergence and growth of a national, big business, and a nationally oriented elite, which does not exist now, but will certainly be. It is for this that YARS are put in position.
        1. nobody75
          nobody75 4 January 2021 19: 33
          0
          We will wait and see ... Not long left.
          Sincerely
  • Bad_gr
    Bad_gr 4 January 2021 10: 15
    0
    Interestingly, if this is how the Yars is loaded, whose launch weight is 46,5-47,2 tons, then how is the R-36M2 ICBM Voevoda (aka Satan) loaded with a mass of 211 tons (or its replacement Sarmat)? ... Of course, they load an unloaded rocket into the mine, but the dimensions and weight, even empty, I think, are not small?
    1. voyaka uh
      voyaka uh 4 January 2021 11: 03
      +2
      For these reasons: huge weight, difficult refueling, long preparation for the start
      these giant missiles were abandoned in the States.
      It's easier with solid fuel. Everything is fast. And takeoff phase 1 is also much faster.
      1. Moore
        Moore 4 January 2021 14: 05
        +2
        Quote: voyaka uh
        ... long preparation for the start

        laughing They have been preparing this "Soyuz" With the R-36M2, everything is a little different. A little bit...
        Quote: voyaka uh
        It's easier with solid fuel. Everything is fast. And takeoff phase 1 is also much faster.

        Not everything is fast and not everything is simpler. OUT yes, it passes faster, no need to refuel. This is where all the benefits end. There remain disadvantages in the form of the impossibility of adjusting the thrust in magnitude, the risk of cracking the TT charge, and restrictions on the thrown payload. Therefore, they do not refuse from liquid-propellant rocket engines.
      2. Bad_gr
        Bad_gr 4 January 2021 14: 10
        +1
        Quote: voyaka uh
        It's easier with solid fuel. Everything is fast. And takeoff phase 1 is also much faster.

        The take-off phase does not depend on the fuel, but on what task was set for the designer, on what trajectory to launch the rocket. A quick start can also be achieved with liquid fuel.
    2. Wedmak
      Wedmak 4 January 2021 11: 06
      +5
      So 3/4 of the rocket is just fuel. Any missile. More often even more. The launch mass of, say, Proton 705 tons, it takes only about 24 tons to a low reference orbit, and up to 3,7 tons to the GSO. It is unlikely that the ratio of combat missiles is better.
    3. Observer2014
      Observer2014 4 January 2021 11: 07
      -4
      Quote: Bad_gr
      Interestingly, if this is how the Yars is loaded, whose launch weight is 46,5-47,2 tons, then how is the R-36M2 ICBM Voevoda (aka Satan) loaded with a mass of 211 tons (or its replacement Sarmat)? ... Of course, they load an unloaded rocket into the mine, but the dimensions and weight, even empty, I think, are not small?

      Did you know that the Proton was originally designed as the most powerful ICBM. With delivery to anywhere from a heap of warheads to the most powerful 150 megaton warheads. I will tell you an interesting history of creation. Peaceful space was in those days a relative concept. By the way, having abandoned the silo-based preparation for the launch of the "Proton" left an imprint on the original purpose of this rocket. Automation of the process. And so on.
      [media = https: //www.youtube.com/watch? v = PZ-sG11d-k0] - Type in YouTube. "Star Wars
      Vladimir Chelomey "
      1. Bad_gr
        Bad_gr 4 January 2021 14: 02
        +1
        Quote: voyaka uh
        For these reasons: huge weight, difficult refueling, long preparation for the start
        these giant missiles were abandoned in the States.

        There is no long preparation for launch: a fueled rocket in an encapsulated state has been on duty for decades. And unlike gunpowder, the composition of the fuel of the rocket on duty does not change its qualities.
        I just do not know when it is filled and encapsulated. In my opinion, it is more logical in the mine.
        Quote: Observer2014
        Did you know that Proton was originally designed as a powerful ICBM.

        Yes. But it does not start from the mine, moreover with a mortar start, as "Voevoda" and "Sarmat" do.
        1. voyaka uh
          voyaka uh 4 January 2021 22: 49
          +1
          "And unlike gunpowder, the fuel composition of the rocket on duty,
          does not change its qualities. "///
          ----
          Any liquid fuel is chemically aggressive - inevitably corrodes
          slowly shell the rocket.
          When they tried to convert the ICBM Voivode into space rockets in the 90s,
          then during the checks, only one missile out of five turned out to be suitable for launch.
          They stood for a long time in the mines on alert.
          Solid propellants do not do that much damage to the shell of the rocket.
    4. nobody75
      nobody75 4 January 2021 16: 20
      +1
      Of course, an unloaded rocket is loaded into the mine

      As far as I remember the development of the Makeyevites, they ampoule the fuel ... Because their missiles were intended for submarines.
      Sincerely
    5. Motorist
      Motorist 4 January 2021 22: 05
      0
      Quote: Bad_gr
      how do they load the R-36M2 ICBM "Voevoda"

      I can assume that they collect and refuel already in the mine. Although 211 tons is not that much, at least for a normal ship crane.
  • volodimer
    volodimer 4 January 2021 10: 31
    +1
    Question: What is the open "door" on the right side of the container. Why is it open all the time?
    Obviously, not just something technological, because it has serious latches. what
    1. Wedmak
      Wedmak 4 January 2021 11: 10
      +1
      This is not a door ... This is a place for a very secret container, it seems there is navigation and topographic equipment. Even on the PGRK, they don't really shine.
      1. volodimer
        volodimer 4 January 2021 11: 15
        +2

        That is, this is the place for the one on the right on the rocket of the mobile complex? And since it is not needed for the mine, an empty space remains. I understand correctly?
        1. Wedmak
          Wedmak 4 January 2021 11: 32
          0
          Uh-huh ... As you can see, here, too, a deaf container, like I heard, is removing the cover for the equipment to work.
      2. Aag
        Aag 4 January 2021 12: 15
        +1
        "... This is a place for a very secret container, it seems there is navigation and topographic equipment ..."
        Why on TZM navigation? So as not to get lost? On "Topoly", "Topoly-M" there was a well-known TNA-4 (navigation system) supplemented by a Doppler speed sensor (I do not know if it was in tanks). It looks like on "Yars" The top-reference is needed by the SPR (aiming system) to enter the initial data about the launch site. On the PGRK on the march, the data is taken from the navigation system, on the BSP, they are known in advance. Accordingly, the mine "Yars" do not need navigation from the word at all.
        The open hatch in the video most likely refers to the "climate control" of the rocket. Solid propellants require a certain temperature and humidity regime (to avoid fuel cracking).
        1. Moore
          Moore 4 January 2021 14: 14
          0
          Quote: AAG
          The well-known TNA-4 was installed on "Topoli" and "Topoli-M"

          Let's just say: the APU ground navigation system has some external features of the TNA-4, in fact, everything is much more complicated there.
        2. nobody75
          nobody75 4 January 2021 16: 21
          -1
          Accordingly, the mine "Yars" do not need navigation from the word at all.

          Topographic reference is not needed ... And everyone needs navigation !!!
          Sincerely
          1. Aag
            Aag 4 January 2021 16: 48
            +1
            Quote: nobody75
            Accordingly, the mine "Yars" do not need navigation from the word at all.

            Topographic reference is not needed ... And everyone needs navigation !!!
            Sincerely

            I mean, actually, about navigation ... Calculation, determination of the current coordinates in the process of movement. Topographic referencing of the terrain, sometimes taking into account the magnetic declination, is set, is determined at the stage of construction of the mine, equipment of the BSP.
            With all due respect, it turns out exactly the opposite.
            And it has nothing to do with video. Comrade Wedmak joked, or wanted to "classify" information already available in the public domain, as a result, an unhealthy controversy arose ...
            "... And everyone needs navigation !!! .."
            Do you go to the nearest store on the navigator? I mean that all missile division services do not know their positional area poorly, topographic training in VVUZ, work maps in the troops, it seems, have not been canceled (I agree, the level of training, the study of maps has decreased ...)
            Sincerely. hi
            1. nobody75
              nobody75 4 January 2021 19: 44
              +1
              Do you go to the nearest store using the navigator?

              You will be surprised, and you are the same ...

              Big data is my second big love ...
              How do you think, when a tractor with a ballistic missile goes to the nearest store for vodka, should the General Staff know about this?
              1. Aag
                Aag 5 January 2021 08: 30
                +1
                "... How do you think, when a tractor with a ballistic missile goes to the nearest store for vodka, the General Staff should know about this? ..."
                It depends on where we are, in the General Staff, or in the tractor.))
                ... But in general, they don't go to the store with this:
                1. They always have with them.)
                2.There are other vehicles more suitable for this purpose ...)))
  • Lord of the Sith
    Lord of the Sith 4 January 2021 11: 01
    -1
    Wow belay

    Truly unique footage, you don't see this every day good
    How not to remember here:
  • ximkim
    ximkim 4 January 2021 11: 23
    +1
    The tractor and trailer are very interesting. There are rockets as their creators. Pleases.
  • Aag
    Aag 4 January 2021 14: 32
    0
    Quote: Moore
    Quote: AAG
    The well-known TNA-4 was installed on "Topoli" and "Topoli-M"

    Let's just say: the APU ground navigation system has some external features of the TNA-4, in fact, everything is much more complicated there.

    I will not argue, colleague (apparently). They taught theoretically, and block-by-block from the practice of operation, In the school, sometimes, before the flow of electrons; in the troops, before identifying a faulty, sealed unit, formulating a malfunction, conditions of occurrence ...
  • Old26
    Old26 4 January 2021 16: 32
    +7
    Quote: ism_ek
    Quote: voyaka uh
    There are gas rudders that allow deviations by 1-2 degrees from

    Gas rudders in vacuum ... Congratulations)))

    And what surprised you so much? On the experimental controlled BB "Voevoda" 15F178, there were not rocket rudders, but gas rudders, where carbon dioxide was the working medium.

    Quote: voyaka uh
    This is not true. Missile defense does not follow up. Only on the opposite
    crossing courses. Therefore, no - neither present nor future -
    Missile defense in Europe will not be able to catch up with the starting Yars.
    Which, moreover, fly through the North Pole, and not over Europe.
    Now, if the Americans deploy a missile defense system like Alaska (GBI) in the northern
    Canada, then we can talk about the theoretical possibility of interception.

    Here you, Alexey, are not quite right. Originally planned TPR (third positional area) of the American missile defense in Europe. The TPR was planned to be deployed in Poland, and as an interceptor - not the current "Standards", but interceptors of the GBI type, the speed of which was higher than the speed of ICBMs. In addition, the ICBM ("Poplar") of the Rezhitsa Division could be used to fire on the US East Coast not only through the North Pole, but also in the east-west direction. And on the catch-up course, the interception would take place in the region of Iceland
    The US missile defense stationed in Alaska is capable of intercepting targets passing through the joint venture. For the intercept range of this anti-missile is about 5500 km, and the reach in height is about 2000-2500 km

    Quote: voyaka uh
    Because of the agreement with America, 3 warheads are put on Yars.
    And the Americans for the Minutemans - one at a time.

    Under the START-3 treaty, each of the parties decides how many BBs should be on a particular ICBM (SLBM). The main thing is that in total this amount does not exceed 1550 units. And how much it costs on the same "Yars" or "Bulava" is decided in the General Staff. In one regiment there may be 3 BBs for ICBMs, in another - 2 each, in the third - 1 each, and in the fourth, for example, there are 3 blocks on 3 missiles, and on the other 6 - 1 each. For this there is inspection. Previously, the maximum number of BBs with which an ICBM or SLBM passed the test was considered. Now it's different

    Quote: nnm
    And after the amers were expelled from Votkinsk, who knows how many warheads they put

    The warhead is placed after the rocket is loaded into the mine. She leaves the factory without BB and breeding steps

    Quote: voyaka uh
    The fact of the matter is that the maneuverability of this bus is very small.
    Due to the tremendous speed of movement.
    If you need to hit several cities in America with several warheads,
    then these cities should be approximately on the same line.
    You can't scurry back and forth.

    It can scurry "back and forth" if necessary. The operating time of the engines of the dilution stage sometimes exceeds the total operating time of the engines of all stages of the rocket. And the breeding area is large enough. estimated at hundreds of thousands of square kilometers

    Quote: XXXIII
    For the United States, a complete set will be used, without false warheads, the territory is large, possible anti-missile defense. So all the warheads will have to be shot down.

    Sure? Does the absence of LC give any advantages?

    Quote: voyaka uh
    The US territory is covered only from single launches from the Far East. And in California there are some weak THAADs installed. Everything else is open. Shoot to your health. Even Washington and the Pentagon are not protected.

    Any territory is covered exclusively from single launches. NOT ONE missile defense system in the world is capable of intercepting a massive ICBM strike. Neither American nor Russian. And in California, in addition to THAAD, EMNIP also installed 4 GBI launchers. Given the range of GBI interceptors, the entire US territory, including the East Coast and Washington, is covered. It is understood not from a massive raid.

    Quote: ism_ek
    Quote: voyaka uh
    Because of the agreement with America, 3 warheads are put on Yars.

    1 warhead, the rest are false

    Yes? Are you sure of the nonsense you wrote? Let's count. Deployed about 160 C "Yarsov". According to your method, this is 160 BB. The remaining Voyevods have deployed another 260 BB. 78 BB deployed on Topoli-M and about 30-36 on Topoli. Total 538 BB. In the navy - about 576, on strategists - about 1200 BB. And the remaining 350 are used for "salting"?

    Quote: Wedmak
    No. In the mobile complex, the rocket is packed in a TPK and is in it for the entire service life. Microclimate, control, etc. There are only two ways to take it out of there ... start-up and elimination as an object. There is a suspicion that TPK mobile and mine versions differ ...

    In the mine, it is also in the TPK, but the missiles, although they are unified in many parameters, have differences. And they are extracted from the TPK, like the rest. TPK, if necessary, are destroyed separately.
  • Old26
    Old26 4 January 2021 16: 32
    +7
    Quote: Bad_gr
    Interestingly, if this is how the Yars is loaded, whose launch weight is 46,5-47,2 tons, then how is the R-36M2 ICBM Voevoda (aka Satan) loaded with a mass of 211 tons (or its replacement Sarmat)? ... Of course, they load an unloaded rocket into the mine, but the dimensions and weight, even empty, I think, are not small?

    Dimensions at the "Voevoda". certainly more than that of "Yars". however, when not filled, the weight is about the same as that of the Yars. Maybe a little more.

    Quote: AAG
    Missiles of the same family, but not similar (15p165m-in mines, 15p155m-on PGRK), and certainly not interchangeable.

    Of course, you wrote everything correctly, only you indicated not the indices of the missiles, but the indices of the complexes. And the missiles would "sound" like 15Zh55M and 15Zh65M

    Quote: _Sergey_
    After the start-up, the mine requires repair. In the event of a combat launch, it is unlikely that someone will charge the second one.

    Only if it had a gas-dynamic launch rocket, such as the old UR-11N UTTH. After the missiles are launched from the TPK, the TPK is removed from the mine and routine maintenance is carried out, but not at all repairing the mine itself. Therefore, in one of the contracts there was a ban on high-speed reloading devices. So that in a short time it is not used again.

    Quote: Volodin
    Quote: Nikolay1987
    What have we not seen there?

    Simple answer: the first loading of the Yars ICBM into the mine ...

    First boot? The thing is, Alexey, this plot was filmed ... in OCTOBER 2019... And to us it is advertised as new.

    Quote: voyaka uh
    For these reasons: huge weight, difficult refueling, long preparation for the start
    these giant missiles were abandoned in the States.
    It's easier with solid fuel. Everything is fast. And takeoff phase 1 is also much faster.

    Of course, placing the same "Voevoda" in a mine and bringing it into readiness requires more time than placing a solid fuel. Most of this time is taken up by refueling. Difficulty refueling? It has been worked out for decades and if you do not "score" on compliance with the safety rules, then there is nothing super complicated in such a refueling. The corresponding units exist, you just need to clearly perform their functions. A fueled and fully equipped rocket has about the same readiness for launch as a solid rocket
    The United States abandoned liquid, incl. due to the fact that they did not have ampouled missiles in service (the Titan was not a missile with ampouled fuel tanks. And they relied on lighter and cheaper missiles. In terms of the number of ICBMs, they had 1054 units for a long time. And only 54 of them were liquid "Titans." The rest were solid-fuel. Their solid-fuel ones were better ...
    OUT for solid propellants is indeed shorter than for liquid ones. In particular, for the same "Yars" it is almost 2,5 times shorter than the OUT of the UR-100N UTTH and almost three times shorter than that of the Voevoda

    Quote: Bad_gr
    And unlike gunpowder, the composition of the fuel of the rocket on duty does not change its qualities.
    I just do not know when it is filled and encapsulated. In my opinion, it is more logical in the mine

    Gunpowder, or rather ballistic fuels, have long been gone. There are only mixed ones. And the operating time of rockets with such propellants is comparable to the operating time of liquid-propellant rockets. And the fuel lines of liquid-propellant rockets amputateAnd not encapsulate... This is so, for the accuracy of the terminology

    Quote: volodimer
    Question: What is the open "door" on the right side of the container. Why is it open all the time?

    Two questions.
    First. Where did you see the container there while moving?
    Second. Where did you see the door on the container?
    1. Aag
      Aag 5 January 2021 09: 06
      0
      "... Quote: AAG
      Missiles of the same family, but not similar (15p165m-in mines, 15p155m-on PGRK), and certainly not interchangeable.

      Of course, you wrote everything correctly, only you indicated not the indices of the missiles, but the indices of the complexes. And the missiles would "sound" like 15ZH55M and 15ZH65M ... "
      Thanks for the clarification. hi
  • Old26
    Old26 4 January 2021 17: 49
    +4
    Quote: nobody75
    As far as I remember the development of the Makeyevites, they ampoule the fuel ... Because their missiles were intended for submarines.

    And the ICBMs are being ampouled. Only loading a missile weighing 40 tons into a silo boat is not at all the same as loading a 105 or 210-ton rocket. Therefore, they refuel the ICBM after loading into the mine.
  • Old26
    Old26 4 January 2021 18: 31
    +5
    Quote: XXXIII
    Quote: voyaka uh
    The US territory is covered only from single launches from the Far East. And in California there are some weak THAADs installed. Everything else is open. Shoot to your health. Even Washington and the Pentagon are not protected.

    I have no missiles, but there will be a variant of a nuclear conflict without false targets. And if you don't remember, Russia is never the first to attack.

    Of course, no decoys. It is necessary to make it easier for the adversary not only to detect warheads, but also to give time to defeat.
    As for Russia, there are such terms:
    <br>• Counter-strike = this is when our missiles will be launched even before American warheads start to detonate on our territory
    <br>• Riposte = this is when our missiles will be launched after American warheads start to detonate on our territory
    <br>• Strike at the appointed time = this is the same strike that is usually called preventive. Why would we have such a scenario - strike at the appointed time, if we are never going to attack first.
    It is one thing to make statements for the electorate, which will once again establish itself in our peacefulness, and it is quite another thing when the question arises: BE or NOT TO BE.
    BE and put yourself in better conditions than the enemy, or
    NOT TO BE - humbly wait for the enemy to discharge a supply of missiles at you, and then respond
    1. Aag
      Aag 5 January 2021 11: 10
      +1
      "27. The Russian Federation reserves the right to use nuclear weapons in RESPONSE to the use of nuclear and other types of weapons of mass destruction against it and (or) its allies, as well as in the event of aggression against the Russian Federation with the use of conventional weapons, when itself the existence of the state. "- from the Military Doctrine of the Russian Federation ...
      What you are writing about ("strike at the appointed time" - launch on time) is already from the documents of the combat command (we risk saying too much), and is intended to retaliate when the higher command links have already been destroyed ((.
      What prevents from giving the order "START IMMEDIATELY" to deliver a preemptive, preemptive strike? (Let's leave the moral, humanitarian, conceptual components outside the brackets). hi
  • Old26
    Old26 4 January 2021 22: 41
    +5
    Quote: swzero
    minus solid-propellant rockets shorter shelf life due to degradation of fuel components.

    Now they are about the same. The last Topol was put into service in 1993. Those that are now have a service life of about 27-30 years. "Topol-m" - the first ones were delivered to the DB in 1992 - for 28 years. "The voivode joined the database in 88, those that remain now are about 1990-1992. That is, 28-30 years.
  • Old26
    Old26 5 January 2021 01: 45
    +5
    Quote: voyaka uh
    "And unlike gunpowder, the fuel composition of the rocket on duty,
    does not change its qualities. "///
    ----
    Any liquid fuel is chemically aggressive - inevitably corrodes
    slowly shell the rocket.
    When they tried to convert the ICBM Voivode into space rockets in the 90s,
    then during the checks, only one missile out of five turned out to be suitable for launch.
    They stood for a long time in the mines on alert.
    Solid propellants do not do that much damage to the shell of the rocket.

    The fuel is really aggressive, but it is slowly corroding not the shell of the rocket, but the walls of the tanks. Therefore, periodically, when extending the service life, they usually drain the fuel, dry the rocket, remove it from the silo and send it to the manufacturer. And those already, together with the design bureau, give a conclusion: to write off or extend the service life.

    And second, dear Alexey. "Voevods" have never been converted into space carriers. The R-36M UTTH (or 15A18) ICBM was converted into the Dnepr space carrier.
  • Old26
    Old26 5 January 2021 16: 00
    +2
    Quote: AAG
    What prevents from giving the order "START IMMEDIATELY" to deliver a preemptive, preemptive strike? (Let's leave the moral, humanitarian, conceptual components outside the brackets).

    I agree. Nothing gets in the way. It's just that most often from those who served, the mention of "launch at the appointed time is associated with preventive. But let's really leave this" slippery "topic
  • BOB044
    BOB044 6 January 2021 16: 55
    0
    How nice to see such shots. You look and feel completely safe.