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Ballistic missile RS-12M "Topol" launched from Kapustin Yar training ground

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Ballistic missile RS-12M "Topol" launched from Kapustin Yar training groundAccording to RIA "News"With reference to the press service and information department of the Ministry of Defense of Russia, 20 in May at 21: 08 MSK at the Kapustin Yar testing ground in the Astrakhan Region a test launch of the PC-12М Topol intercontinental ballistic missile was conducted.


“The aim of the launch was to test the prospective combat equipment of intercontinental ballistic missiles. The missile combat training unit struck a conventional target at a Sary-Shagan proving ground (Republic of Kazakhstan) with a given accuracy, ”the department said.

The report emphasizes that the Kapustin Yar test site has unique capabilities for testing elements of the combat equipment of ballistic missiles. The measuring complex of the test site and its test tracks make it possible to carry out tests of combat equipment in various conditions of delivery to targets in the interests of the Navy and the Strategic Missile Forces.
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  1. il2.chewie
    il2.chewie 21 May 2014 06: 33
    +5
    It was necessary for the Verkhovna Rada to hammer, why just shoot. And so would a test and a good deed would do
    1. Samaritan
      Samaritan 21 May 2014 06: 38
      +2
      And the point, these parasites will soon again throw people !!!

      It hooked more: The purpose of the launch was to test the promising military equipment of intercontinental ballistic missiles ... There used to be one that scared the hell out of the whole world, but what now ???
      1. il2.chewie
        il2.chewie 21 May 2014 06: 40
        +2
        Just another PR move
        1. Blondy
          Blondy 21 May 2014 07: 03
          +1
          There is always something to improve, but since the already tested, long-established model was launched, this is most likely an attempt to gloss over the eyes of the failure with Proton.
  2. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 21 May 2014 06: 40
    +2
    Better on Mount Karachun!
  3. Duke
    Duke 21 May 2014 06: 40
    0
    Quote: Samaritan
    The purpose of the launch was to test promising military equipment for intercontinental ballistic missiles ..

    Perhaps a new guidance system?
    1. igor_m_p
      igor_m_p 21 May 2014 06: 49
      +1
      Quote: Duke
      Perhaps a new guidance system?


      Anything - missile defense penetration systems, guidance systems, a modernized warhead ... They are constantly being modified and improved. "Topol" is now considered an outdated system in our country, "Topol-M", and now "Yars" have come to replace them long ago, it is quite possible that through modernization they are being brought up to the level of new products, so as not to change so immediately. And perhaps some elements of the equipment of the same "Yars" are being run in without spending new missiles.
  4. snifer
    snifer 21 May 2014 06: 43
    +3
    maybe we should
    -Fuck it, we sure fuck it, the whole world is in ruin, but then. (DMB) wassat
  5. mig31
    mig31 21 May 2014 06: 47
    0
    There is a sighting, so that in some minds crazy ideas remain within the ward number six, without this in our troubled days ...
  6. jovanni
    jovanni 21 May 2014 06: 56
    +1
    Oh, sorry not to get ...
  7. Russian jacket
    Russian jacket 21 May 2014 06: 58
    +2
    A subtle hint of thick circumstances ... Not everything is as bad as the matzahs ​​say from the Echo ... But mongrels from the west mourn and recognize the state of things ... hi
  8. Barakuda
    Barakuda 21 May 2014 06: 58
    +5
    Thank God at least Poplars fly.
    When was the last time the Americans started the Minuteman ..? Rust in the mines. 70's technology. It is not yet known whether ...
    1. mamont5
      mamont5 21 May 2014 08: 19
      0
      Quote: Barracuda
      Thank God at least Poplars fly.
      When was the last time the Americans started the Minuteman ..? Rust in the mines. 70's technology. It is not yet known whether ...


      Yes, somewhere there was an article that Amer missiles have long been turned into dust. So one appearance. Like their gold reserves in Ford Knox - gold plated tungsten.
  9. yulka2980
    yulka2980 21 May 2014 06: 58
    +6
    Well at least "Topol" does not let us down, not like "Proton" crying
    1. Grenz
      Grenz 21 May 2014 07: 38
      +1
      yulka2980
      Well, at least Topol does not let us down, let alone Proton


      When I read about the launch, the same idea was born - why did Poplars fly and Protons dig earth with their nose?
      And the conclusion is that something in the conservatory is not okay.
      When they blame the specialists for defects, I already have a doubt, and why only at the launch of the most valuable and important devices - the defects are immediately detected?
      And the conclusion suggests itself.
      Poplars are harvested in workshops covered by state security.
      And the Protons, apparently, are collected by separate bad boys by malicious intent, or so for harmless courage. Sitting and puffing - because of me the Proton will fuck ...
      Well, something like this. In any case, the excuse with specialists (like - they are bad) does not fit with successful Topol launches.
      1. Free Island
        Free Island 21 May 2014 07: 50
        0
        last year, when they investigated the fall of the next "Proton" they say it seems like there was a failure due to the presence of low-quality Chinese microcircuits in electronics .... but there should be domestic ones .. in short, someone laundered the loot
  10. Same lech
    Same lech 21 May 2014 06: 58
    -9
    In fact, an empty article ... shot ... hit .. clapped and all ... zero useful information.
    1. Barakuda
      Barakuda 21 May 2014 07: 07
      +2
      I do not agree! People in business do something. Do you think you need to sit quietly on your ass? And there’s a lot of information .. What kind of anthill needs to be launched in order for the launch to take place?
      1. Same lech
        Same lech 21 May 2014 08: 56
        0
        It’s much more interesting ... telemetry data ... how the engines behave, how the measures to counteract the enemy’s air defense systems took place, how the missile targeting systems work, and what is written in the article is a report about a successful missile launch.
    2. Dezinto
      Dezinto 21 May 2014 07: 15
      +2
      Well, let's get bored without this. The work of people was successful. Started up, once again worked out the action. Of course they patted each other. Good thing. Or that without catastrophes, a boring article right away.?
    3. Tektor
      Tektor 21 May 2014 11: 40
      0
      In fact, an empty article ... shot ... hit .. clapped and all ... zero useful information.

      Well, as it were, no, not empty. We are replacing poplars with poplars-M and Yars. And what to do with retiring 360 Poplars ??? And let's re-equip them to be able to hit targets at medium ranges ... Hello Europe! And not only.
  11. venzim
    venzim 21 May 2014 06: 59
    +5
    Quote: snifer
    maybe we should
    -Fuck it, we sure fuck it, the whole world is in ruin, but then. (DMB) wassat
  12. Pitman
    Pitman 21 May 2014 06: 59
    0
    Information for consideration !!!!! And let them think if there is anything ................. good
  13. bugaev2005
    bugaev2005 21 May 2014 07: 17
    +1
    Calm, intelligent men from various, funny, design bureaus simply do their work in accordance with R&D schedules and do not even suspect that on some sites there are people who are trying to find the secret meaning in these test schedules ... wink That's something like wink
  14. Andrey160479
    Andrey160479 21 May 2014 07: 45
    0
    Yes, let the rest of the world community see that we are vigilant and, if anything, bang. The whole world is in ruin, if that. In a word, everything works for us guys, where it is necessary, if we’ll definitely get there, and we don’t stand still, invent, modernize.
  15. Ajent cho
    Ajent cho 21 May 2014 08: 05
    0
    Quote: Andrey160479
    everything works for us guys

    Exactly. Does not work in the joint venture with America "Proton". By the way, is the Nundos flag still painted on launch vehicles?
  16. Barakuda
    Barakuda 21 May 2014 08: 10
    0
    According to Western media, the United States authorities are worried about the next Russian test of the RS-12M Topol (SS-25) intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), which was carried out at a test site near Astrakhan. Washington believes that Russia is launching an ICBM bypassing the 1987 treaty on the elimination of intermediate and shorter-range missiles. According to US officials, the launch of the Topol ICBM at a range of 3,2 thousand kilometers indicates that the production and testing of this type of missile may be prohibited under the INF Treaty. Washington’s claims also lie in the fact that Russia did not notify the international group of the Hague Code of Conduct (International Code of Conduct for Preventing the Proliferation of Ballistic Missiles) about the upcoming launch. As you know, the test flight was the fourth in the last two years. Launch of the RS-12M Topol ICBM at the Kapustin Yar training ground by the Strategic Missile Forces
    Piss!
  17. mamont5
    mamont5 21 May 2014 08: 15
    0
    Good! It is only a pity that in flight she did not deviate slightly towards the United States, as the previous one. Listening to the cries of amers about this was the best music.
    1. MBA78
      MBA78 21 May 2014 13: 54
      0
      if they penetrated or did not penetrate (there is not much difference), the start time is definitely crap again ... it's like putting out a cigarette in a gas tank
  18. Hort
    Hort 21 May 2014 08: 16
    0
    and in the TASS news they said that Yars was launched. You will decide! :)
    1. Barakuda
      Barakuda 21 May 2014 08: 24
      0
      But not all the same .. smile
  19. erased
    erased 21 May 2014 08: 18
    0
    Well, yes, Proton crashed, but Poplar flies. A subtle hint of fat circumstances. But Proton collapsed anyway. Just like Kartsev's - "... crayfish yesterday were five rubles, but big ..."
  20. Barakuda
    Barakuda 21 May 2014 08: 23
    0
    Nobody except Russia possesses what we are, demonstrating to the whole world. (Nobody except Russia is incapable of such a thing). The US and China smoke nervously on the sidelines. Scary ..- well, so be afraid ..
  21. valentina-makanalina
    valentina-makanalina 21 May 2014 08: 59
    0
    Something the target location is not selected there. It would be necessary not to the east, but to the west. It could be attributed to a failure in the navigation equipment.
  22. silberwolf88
    silberwolf88 21 May 2014 09: 46
    0
    As long as Russia has nuclear weapons and reliable means of delivering them to any target in the World ... we will be independent.