Media: the prototype "Sarmatian" will be tested in Plesetsk next year

Throwing tests of the intercontinental missile "Sarmat" will be held in Plesetsk in March next year, told TASS source in the Russian defense industry.


Media: the prototype "Sarmatian" will be tested in Plesetsk next year
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Earlier, the Defense Ministry planned to conduct tests in 2015.

“After analyzing all the pros and cons, the Russian Ministry of Defense decided to abandon the Sarmatian throwing tests at Baikonur and transfer them to Plesetsk,” said a source.

“The first stage of the conversion works for this missile of the silo launcher available at the Russian test site used for the Voivode tests began. All work is scheduled for completion in March 2016. Throwing tests of the Sarmat are scheduled for this month, ”he said, noting that“ more than 80% of the prototype’s design elements have already been manufactured. ”

According to the interlocutor, “the purpose of the throw tests is to check the operation of the powder starting accelerator and the behavior of the rocket during launch and after leaving the mine, that is, testing the functioning of the Sarmat launch system”.

“In connection with the shift to the right of the timing of the missile test tests, the missiles are also shifting to the right and the start dates of its flight design tests (LKI). Once the first are transferred to March 2016 of the year, the LCI will automatically shift to the third quarter of the same year, ”he explained.

At the same time, the source stressed that, despite the transfer of tests, the timing of the adoption of the rocket into service remains the same. “Until these dates have changed - the end of 2018 of the year,” he said.

Earlier, Deputy Defense Minister Yuri Borisov said that the mass of the Sarmat headquarters would reach 10 tons. It was also reported that the new missile "could hit targets while flying through both the North Pole and the South Pole." Over time, Sarmat will replace the world's largest rocket Voyevoda.
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  1. Uncle VasyaSayapin 18 September 2015 09: 23 New
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    That's cool. The adversary will have to defend his territory from all sides!
    1. MIKHAN 18 September 2015 09: 30 New
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      Work is ongoing and in a hurry! Well, God forbid! That's what I just found ...
    2. ShturmKGB 18 September 2015 09: 31 New
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      “Will be able to hit targets, flying both through the North and South Poles”
      -This is very cool in fact, the rocket will fly up from the side of an undefended American missile defense.
      1. abrakadabre 18 September 2015 12: 37 New
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        It was also reported that the new missile "will be able to hit targets, flying both through the North and the South Pole." Over time, the Sarmat will replace the world's largest missile Voyevoda.
        That is, all the same, an orbital rocket. If we discard all terminological curtsies towards the United States.
    3. milann 18 September 2015 09: 34 New
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      In fact, very little is currently known about Sarmat. It is precisely this class of carriers of nuclear weapons that, in all likelihood, when interacting with mobile, sea and airborne systems, will play the role of the country's main shield. Published only some scattered information about what constitutes a Sarmat rocket. Performance characteristics are also given approximate: the range exceeds 11 thousand. Km, but it is possible the defeat of targets through the South Pole.
      Read more on FB.ru: http://fb.ru/article/167669/sarmat-raketa-harakteristiki-i-foto-istoriya-sozdani

      ya-raketyi-sarmat
    4. Alexey-74 18 September 2015 09: 54 New
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      The ancient horror of the Western world and not only - the Sarmatians are returning in the person of the ICBM "Sarmat !!!! soldier
  2. Tummyr 18 September 2015 09: 29 New
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    What about penguin democracy in Antarctica? They will soon have to protect them from Iranian missiles. laughing
  3. Tra-ta-ta 18 September 2015 09: 30 New
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    .. yes-ah .. if 10 tons of even simple explosives send exactly to the table of Sheikh Qatar ..
  4. vovanpain 18 September 2015 09: 31 New
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    Yes, it would be more likely. Mattress covers to Satan, she is the Governor, as they were afraid of fire.
  5. cosmos-PS 18 September 2015 09: 41 New
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    Good news. This is a good, even just a great addition to the newly created mine-based missile. I think this is a safety net. Suddenly, the development of a new rocket will drag out. And the mass of the head is impressive.
  6. Engineer 18 September 2015 09: 51 New
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    Why liquid again ?! There is the RT-23 UTTH, which surpassed the best American heavy ICBM Piskiper. Surpassed the American solid rocket and again returned to liquid. At the beginning of the 60s Korolev understood that a combat missile should be solid propellant and was promoting its RT-1 (2).
    1. veksha50 18 September 2015 10: 05 New
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      Quote: Engineer
      Why liquid again ?! There is the RT-23 UTTH, which surpassed the best American heavy ICBM Piskiper.



      Engineer, did you even understand what you said ???

      At the present stage of development of rocket science, not a single (!!!) solid-propellant rocket will be able to put into orbit or deliver such a payload to another point of the globe as liquid ...

      And the RT-23UTTX were on the BZHRK, as lighter than the Voivode ... However, you again forget that it was created in the Yuzhnoye Design Bureau ... like the Voivode-Satan ... so on Barguzin you need to think what to put ... Most likely, a modernized YaRS will go ... OUR, not Ukrainian ...

      And now we have the very first task - to get away from Ukrainian dependence in combat rocket science ...
  7. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 18 September 2015 09: 55 New
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    the new rocket "will be able to hit targets, flying both through the North and South Poles."

    It just tore into pieces ... Yes, our designers can solve problems radically!
  8. chikenous59 18 September 2015 09: 55 New
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    10 tons of the head part is not for you khukh-mukhra. Babakhnet-little does not seem to anyone))
  9. gladysheff2010 18 September 2015 09: 57 New
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    The main thing: the alleged adversary is designated geographically without "snot" and tears of emotion about the ideals of democracy! Fuck the Americans, not the colonization of Russia!
  10. MolGro 18 September 2015 10: 00 New
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    all that is known about rs-28 \ s-30
    TTX missiles:
    Weight - not less than 100.000 kg
    The mass thrown:
    - 4300 kg - up to 5000 kg approximate
    Range - about 10000-11000 km, most likely more.
    KVO - 150-200 m (estimated).
    Types of warheads:
    - at least 8-10 RGCH IN with a range of means to overcome missile defense;
    - several maneuvering combat units (statement by Deputy Minister of Defense Yuri Borisov 31.05.2014).

    Engines:
    - 1 stage - two 15D286 rocket engines with a total thrust near the Earth of approximately 234,4 tons.
    - 2nd stage - LRE unknown
    - stage breeding warheads - unknown
    - Power start-15D423
  11. roskot 18 September 2015 10: 22 New
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    Fly swallows, fly.
    Carry the swallows, carry
    Hello to the nations of the world.
  12. tyzyaga 18 September 2015 10: 32 New
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    But all the same, about it and in Africa, about ... It will have to be thrust where the thread deep into Siberia. But it will be agreed to place the pro on the Isaacs, or the Mongols, on those and others ... And all we are walled up)) South American continent a couple of triples such to place would be useful)))
    1. Bronis 18 September 2015 11: 05 New
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      Quote: tyzyaga
      But all the same, about it and in Africa about ... It will be necessary to stick it where the thread deep into Siberia.
      and why, Orenburg is even nothing)
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      But they’ll agree to place the pro with the aizers, or the Mongols, with both ...
      yeah ... and they will shoot after ... because missiles will go to the North) missiles from Arly-berks are another matter ... And encircling missile defense objects around the perimeter ... this is the development of their missile attack warning systems, first of all. the sooner they detect a launch, the sooner they will understand what and where will fly. therefore, there are relatively few missiles. self defense. The idea of ​​a global missile defense is not new, theoretically feasible, but it is extremely complicated and expensive. And the titanic efforts to create it are offset by an increase in the number of ICBMs. and progression there is not in favor of missile defense. ONE ICBM ONE MISSILE Rocket - it doesn’t happen ... wassat
      1. tyzyaga 18 September 2015 14: 32 New
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        and why, Orenburg is even nothing)

        As they say, it’s better to stay home again.
  13. atamankko 18 September 2015 11: 36 New
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    Through the South Pole it is amazing.
  14. delorian 18 September 2015 13: 16 New
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    I really hope that it will be put into operation quite quickly! otherwise the newest Governor is already 25 years old and more !!!
  15. Old26 18 September 2015 21: 49 New
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    ShturmKGB
    it’s very cool in fact, the rocket will fly up from the side of the unprotected American missile defense.

    Why is that? The author of such publications continues to live in what years? Already in the late 60s and early 70s, the south of the United States was covered by the SPRN radar, and the second position area was oriented specifically to the south.

    Quote: milann
    the radius of action exceeds 11 thousand km, but at the same time, defeat of targets through the South Pole is possible.

    Yes, maybe, in this case, the range will increase to about 35-40 thousand kilometers, and the cast weight will decrease by 2-3 times

    Quote: cosmos-PS
    This is a good, even just a great addition to the newly created mine-based missile

    In addition to the new mine rocket? Do not tell me which? Dear, only one complex is being created in Russia now, which will be equipped exclusively with a mine-based missile. And this complex is "SARMAT". And it turns out that the SARMAT missile being developed will be a great addition to the new Sarmat mine-based missile

    Quote: chikenous59
    10 tons of the head part is not for you khukh-mukhra. Babakhnet-little does not seem to anyone))

    Our "talking heads" in the person of the same deputy defense minister Borisov themselves have become confused and confused others. They say that the weight of the warhead is 10 tons, then they say that this rocket can deliver 10 tons to the adversary, then they begin to mention that 10 tons will be delivered to the adversary via the South Pole, then again about the warhead of 10 tons ? So what are we talking about?
    And one more detail. How much will such a rocket weigh? The weight of BO is 40% of the missed weight of the rocket. Abandoned weight is about 4.5% (well, a maximum of 5%). If through the South Pole, then the casting weight decreases by about 2-3 times, while maintaining the remaining ratios. Calculate what will be the starting weight of such a rocket for all the statements of Deputy Minister Borisov

    Quote: Engineer
    Why liquid again ?! There is the RT-23 UTTH, which surpassed the best American heavy ICBM Piskiper.

    And because, in terms of relative payload coefficient, solid fuel lags behind liquid. This is the first. The second one. The RT-23UTTX missiles no longer exist. It was created and assembled in Ukraine. And by the way, do not tell me by what parameters it surpassed the American ICBM PISKIPER

    Quote: atamankko
    Through the South Pole it hits

    What, is this something new?