US media: China has tested anti-satellite missile

American edition The Washington Free Beacon claims that China conducted another test of a rocket designed to destroy artificial earth satellites. This is a Dong Neng-3 rocket, which, as the Pentagon is inclined to believe, is capable of destroying satellites with a direct kinetic strike.


US media: China has tested anti-satellite missile


In the American edition, referring to sources in the main US military department, they claim that the Chinese Dong Neng-3 is capable of intercepting ballistic missiles.

If you believe the American sources, the Chinese test Dong Neng-3 anti-satellite missile was already the eighth. Previous test events were held last year. And in 2007, during anti-satellite tests weapons The Chinese managed to eliminate the meteorological AES that belonged to the People’s Republic of China.

The Chinese press reported that the tests were conducted 1 November. However, the reports say that the interceptor missile of the Chinese missile defense system was tested.

Pentagon official spokesman General JJ Raymond announced that "we are rapidly approaching the point where every satellite in the orbital constellation may be in danger."
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  1. Dangerous 10 November 2015 13: 47 New
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    Do we have anything like this?
    1. Temples 10 November 2015 13: 48 New
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      Consciousness returns to the patient.
      Amercians are slowly becoming aware that they are not alone in this world
      1. Tor5
        Tor5 10 November 2015 13: 55 New
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        And this is very correct!
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      3. hydrox 10 November 2015 14: 01 New
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        Quote: Temples
        Consciousness returns to the patient.
        Amercians are slowly becoming aware that they are not alone in this world


        They would still have to realize that they were approaching, and we had been there for some time and were slowly settling in, our device sniffed the Amer intelligence satellite from a month ago. the Chinese are already approaching us, and the Americans, as it has become noticeable lately, are SYSTEMALLY behind in devices and technologies - not yet a colony, but already not too developed country ...
        1. FlyEngine 10 November 2015 14: 20 New
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          And we should all realize that we are approaching the point when the next satellite will be destroyed and its debris will make any further use of space impossible. A chain reaction, when one fragment hits a satellite, crushing itself and it into even more such fragments, can become a reality. The Earth’s orbit will be so clogged that above 200 km there will be a fairly dense “screen” of debris. Then we will just be locked on the planet.

          This is all very sad.
          1. Corsair 10 November 2015 14: 31 New
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            Quote: FlyEngine
            A chain reaction, when one fragment hits a satellite, crushing itself and it into even more such fragments, can become a reality. The Earth’s orbit will be so clogged that above 200 km there will be a fairly dense “screen” of debris. Then we will just be locked on the planet.

            This is all very sad.


            It is unlikely that the fragments will fly there for a long time, small ones will eventually enter the atmosphere and burn out, large ones will pile up and with direct kinetics (collisions) the lighter ones will fly off to other orbits and also either burn up or fly higher in radius until the angular velocity is lost
          2. Letun 10 November 2015 14: 59 New
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            Quote: FlyEngine
            And we should all realize that we are approaching the point when the next satellite will be destroyed and its debris will make any further use of space impossible. A chain reaction, when one fragment hits a satellite, crushing itself and it into even more such fragments, can become a reality. The Earth’s orbit will be so clogged that above 200 km there will be a fairly dense “screen” of debris. Then we will just be locked on the planet.

            This is all very sad.

            Dear, you reviewed the Hollywood films a la "Gravity".
            It is very sad.
            1. FlyEngine 27 November 2015 18: 08 New
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              No, I have not watched this movie.
              And what can you say about the fact that the ISS has to constantly perform maneuvers to evade large space debris?
          3. Asadullah 10 November 2015 15: 10 New
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            This is all very sad.


            The question is not in the wreckage, the question is in the sweet communication orbits. Today, there are already methods for adjusting aircraft, and in the development of laser evaporators. Everything is solved, not so long ago zinc was dissolved in the water of the Rhine, and a spoonful of soda foamed water, today it is one of the cleanest rivers in Westphalia.
          4. opus 10 November 2015 17: 49 New
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            Quote: FlyEngine
            A chain reaction, when one fragment hits a satellite, crushing itself and it into even more such fragments, can become a reality.

            See less "gravity."
            There (in G) they generally did not give a damn about the orbital speed, momentum, mass of debris, eccentricity, true anomaly, etc.
            Although, yes, we must admit in orbit it becomes crowded
            Animation of a satellite motion in one minute





          5. Stepan stepanovich
            Stepan stepanovich 10 November 2015 18: 36 New
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            Imagine night, around the earth, beautiful luminous rings of satellite debris. And a sense of pride in their native country, for Saturn has rings by nature, and our man-made!
          6. Colonellee 10 November 2015 22: 44 New
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            If this were the case, over billions of years, not only the Earth, but all celestial bodies would be covered by umbrellas from meteors, comets, and other small celestial particles, of which there are a great many in space. Fortunately for us, no one has yet repealed the laws of gravity and other laws of motion of celestial bodies.
        2. Letun 10 November 2015 15: 04 New
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          Quote: hydrox
          They would still have to realize that they were approaching, and we had been there for some time and were slowly settling in, our device sniffed the Amer intelligence satellite from a month ago. the Chinese are already approaching us, and the Americans, as it has become noticeable lately, are SYSTEMALLY behind in devices and technologies - not yet a colony, but already not too developed country ...

          Well, yes, it’s the Americans who are asking us for guarantees of missile defense against them, and not vice versa. And it’s they who buy from us all sorts of Intel and Celerons, the manufacturing technology of which they cannot master in any way, are not far off. Truth?
          Fools are such fools ...
          1. Colonellee 10 November 2015 22: 53 New
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            As for missile defense, there is more likely an element of political bargaining than a real horror story for us. Do we remember SOI? And we always have a screw with a reverse screw for a tricky p ... s. And as for Intel and Celeron, the backlog is precisely what is not design, but production technologies. We can invent it better, but putting it on stream, with our production culture, can cause big problems.
    2. leon17 10 November 2015 13: 49 New
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      C-400 and S-500
      1. opus 10 November 2015 14: 06 New
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        Quote: leon17
        C-400 and S-500

        do not write nonsense.
        S-400 can't




        even the 91N6E “won't take” radar (Maximum INSTRUMENTAL target detection range = 600km)
        and the Elbrus-90 micro CVC “will not calculate”

        S-500 not yet
        77Н6-Н and 77Н6-Н1 anti-missiles in the "test"

        serially produced until

        And we don't have a kinetic interceptor
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          mvg 10 November 2015 14: 21 New
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          He said everything correctly. What I wanted to describe in a single word "pre", laid out on the shelves.
          Those. the person who writes all kinds of garbage in the morning, without delving into the essence, is adequate .. and I, who rightly wrote, about the "pre" - this is not informative .. It's funny. belay
          In fact, in the late 80's, attempts were made on the basis of the MiG-31 to make an interceptor. 8 cars were converted. In the hill, the plane reached almost 40 km (38 more precisely) and launched a rocket .. Up to 200 km. The collapse of the union, "Tagged" and everything else killed this topic.
          1. opus 10 November 2015 16: 57 New
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            Quote: mvg
            "pre" is not informative

            About the "pre" I honestly did not understand anything, sorry.
            can clarify.
            Quote: mvg
            80 years attempts were made on the basis of the MiG-31 to make an interceptor. 8 cars were converted. In the hill, the aircraft reached almost 40 km (38 to be more precise) and launched a rocket ..

            The fact is that the interceptor was made (and yes it is -2pcs:
            The 30P6 Contact / MiG-31D / 79M6 complex), but the PSR (Interceptor missile) 79M6 was never made.
            A 10-meter missile capable of falling into a satellite with a fragmentation warhead at an altitude of 120 km.
            Attempts to create a kinetic warhead have not even been made.

            One of the tasks of the A-35 and A-135 systems was the defeat of low-orbit satellites.
            But their coverage is limited (it is understandable, it is a stationary complex)
            1. SAN31 11 November 2015 00: 07 New
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              Complexes A-35 and A-135 were not designed for this! Only to defeat the ICD at the entrance to the atmosphere.
          2. SAN31 11 November 2015 00: 03 New
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            In fact, this topic is not abandoned, transferred to new cars. Cars in development - by 2020 they promise an experimental series, and the altitude will already go under 70 km.
        2. Falcon 10 November 2015 14: 34 New
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          Quote: opus
          77Н6-Н and 77Н6-Н1 anti-missiles in the "test"


          Logically, should they be with kinetic interception? Like C-500 atmospheric promised
          1. opus 10 November 2015 17: 04 New
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            Quote: Falcon
            Logically, should they be with kinetic interception? Like C-500 atmospheric promised

            I doubt it. On such OCD did not hear.
            Element base does not allow.
            No atmospheric


            Purpose of the S-500 air defense system:
            1. The defeat of ballistic missiles with a range of up to 3500 km and speeds up to 5 km / s;
            2. The defeat of more advanced ballistic goals, possibly in the future (hypothetically);
            3. The defeat of aerodynamic targets;
            4. The defeat of air command posts and aircraft AWACS;
            5. The defeat of high-speed aerodynamic targets (hypothetically);
            6. The defeat of the satellite (hypothetically);

            And it would be necessary.
            WAR BEGINS IN SPACE
            1. Falcon 10 November 2015 21: 22 New
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              Quote: opus
              Purpose of the S-500 air defense system:
              1. The defeat of ballistic missiles with a range of up to 3500 km and speeds up to 5 km / s;
              2. The defeat of more advanced ballistic goals, possibly in the future (hypothetically);
              3. The defeat of aerodynamic targets;
              4. The defeat of air command posts and aircraft AWACS;
              5. The defeat of high-speed aerodynamic targets (hypothetically);
              6. The defeat of the satellite (hypothetically);


              Based on such data, this is a further development of the C-300В series (Antei 2500) recourse So to speak Antey 3500 ...

              Honestly hoping all the time a KKV clone
              1. opus 11 November 2015 12: 31 New
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                Quote: Falcon
                Based on such data, this is a further development of the C-300В series (Antei 2500)

                not quite

                at С-500 The height of defeat by means of the second echelon is up to 100 km.
                those. what is needed blocks the “hole” of the GPZLA echelon (40km-80km)
                + container radar "Mars" (+200 km to 91N6E)
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                And Antey 3500 is a mobile multifunction radar radar 38Н6 and a missile analog 45Т6

                Quote: Falcon
                Honestly hoping all the time a KKV clone

                It’s enough to look at the overall dimensions of our missiles / missiles and launchers, it’s immediately clear: we do not have KKV yet, and are not expected in the near future.
                Technological difficulties and lack of element base of own production.
                maybe later?
                1. Falcon 11 November 2015 12: 44 New
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                  Quote: opus
                  at С-500 The height of defeat by means of the second echelon is up to 100 km.


                  Should 77H6 provide this? Those. there should be gas-dynamic taxiing, and even a decent b / h. A peculiar analogue of THAAD for tasks?

                  Quote: opus
                  And Antey 3500 is a mobile multifunction radar radar 38Н6 and a missile analog 45Т6


                  So this is the banal development of 9M82
                  1. opus 11 November 2015 13: 42 New
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                    Quote: Falcon
                    This should provide 77N6?

                    I said nothing.
                    what
                    look here:

                    there are many interesting things, if you read between the lines ..

                    Although it would be better (my opinion) to unify PIF-PAF Aster 45 (better Aster 60).
                    still Kill Vehicle mit IR-Sensor weighing 15 kg, something

                    Quote: Falcon
                    A peculiar analogue of THAAD for tasks?

                    or rather EXOGUARD-M from Astrium



                    , only without KEI (Kinetic Energy Interceptor)

                    Quote: Falcon
                    So this is the banal development of 9M82

                    all new well-tested old.
                    / It is necessary to maintain mobility /
                    1. Falcon 11 November 2015 14: 52 New
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                      Quote: opus
                      Although it would be better (my opinion) to unify PIF-PAF Aster 45 (better Aster 60).


                      They also have a funny height. There is still a combination of aero + gas steering. Not the fact that enough at high altitudes. It would be ideal for 40H6. About 77н6 in the report nothing.

                      Why then complicated PAC-3 ERINT taxiing? Pif-paf is noticeably simpler.
                      1. opus 12 November 2015 11: 24 New
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                        Quote: Falcon
                        There is still a combination of aero + gas steering.

                        PIF-PAF is called
                        Aero for missiles 15 and 30 (Block 0).
                        As I understand it, they rolled PIF-PAF on them.
                        PIF = Pilotage Intertiel en Force = "Inertial steering by force"
                        PAF = Pilotage Aeronautique en Force = "Aerodynamic steering by force"

                        PIF-PAF describes what is essentially a divert and attitude control system (DACS), which is basically a specialized thrust vectoring system for getting hit-to-kill interceptors to ..

                        PIF-PAF wouldn’t just hit the target,and also to reduce (compensate) lateral overloads on missiles, during maneuvering (attack),which allows you to make the shell missiles less durable, lighter, which ultimately leads to a decrease in the mass of missiles, launchers and requirements for the carrier


                        I wrote about 45/60 (Aster 30 Block 1 and Aster 30 Block 1 NT / Aster 30 Block 2 - probably)
                        There at such ranges (300 and 600 / 1000 km) without multi-step and detachable warhead, well, no matter how.
                        And in development they have Aster Block 2 NT, which would intercept weapons that have a range of 3,000 kilomete

                        Quote: Falcon
                        Not a fact that is enough at high altitudes

                        Enough.
                        maneuvering warhead ICBM heavy grabs a miser.
                        No atmosphere reactive remote control is more effective.
                        Quote: Falcon
                        It would be perfect for

                        The West claims that the analogue (simplified) of DACS is already on one of the 9M96 missile variants. I don’t know whether to believe?
                        Quote: Falcon
                        About 77n6 in the report nothing.

                        sorry, mixed up.

                        77N6 and so on are analogues (variations, modifications) 48N6E3,48N6D, 48N6DM

                        Photos GSKB Concern air defense "Almaz-Antey" for 2011. Part 1

                        On the development of the product 55R6M [ZRS S-500, OKR Triumfator-M]:

                        RKD has been developed and the manufacturing of MIMS for the product 85ZH6-1 is nearing completion;
                        made and tested mock-ups of the main components of the AFAR product 77T6;
                        developed design documentation for the main element of the AFAR product 77T6 and bench equipment;
                        the main package of algorithms in real time on the MIMS of the product 77T6 was worked out;
                        developed 45% RKD on the product 77H6.H;
                        commissioned MIMS products 77H6.H;
                        30% of RKD and 70% of software for the 60K6 product were developed.


                        For the development of the product 1LK222 [A-60 airborne laser complex, Sokol-Echelon development center] -

                        20 stages of design and development work completed and delivered to the customer. The main content of the work performed:
                        RKD of the product 1LK222 and its components in an agreed volume was developed;
                        prototyping and testing of models of individual devices 1LK222;
                        the achievable characteristics of the product 1LK222 are evaluated using complex mathematical modeling;
                        The hardware and software of the product 1LK222 was developed;
                        clarification of the technical parameters and operating procedure of the product 1LK222, taking into account the maintenance of the main objects of work.


                        For the development of the product 50P6A [OKR "Vityaz-PVO"]:


                        It's cool that GO for 2013 about products is already not gu-gu
                      2. opus 12 November 2015 11: 25 New
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                        Quote: Falcon
                        Why then complicated PAC-3 ERINT taxiing?

                        What's so complicated? belay

                        30 rpm on the approach route and 180 rpm on the interception stage?

                        SAM is small, decent interception range.
                        SAM missile speed 5M +
                        rotation of 30 rpm allows you to greatly reduce aerodynamic surfaces (reduce drag, mass of missiles, size of missiles), but at the same time maintain excellent handling)

                        rotation of 180 rpm after capture gives:
                        1. the ability to abandon 4-8 remote control transverse thrust, and to do 1 (2) - just synchronize the speed and the corrective effect of the remote control (which again leads to a decrease in mass and increased accuracy)
                        2. As an option, the specifics of the operation of the GOS sensor (to increase the capture angle)
                        3. As an option, the formation of a specific lesion zone warhead-striking device (there is not a generator, but a fragmentation-compression device), which thread is a “scalpel” of directional action.

                        Her head is complicated, but the bch is tiny (24kg)


                      3. Falcon 12 November 2015 14: 26 New
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                        Quote: opus
                        There at such ranges (300 and 600 / 1000 km) without multi-step and detachable warhead, well, no matter how.
                        And in development they have Aster Block 2 NT, which would intercept weapons that have a range of 3,000 kilomete


                        Wait, not the range of SAMs, but the range of intercepted BRs.

                        As far as I found, Aster 30 block 2 is up to 150km in range.

                        Quote: opus
                        What's so complicated?

                        30 rpm on the approach route and 180 rpm on the interception stage?


                        No, I don’t understand why so many DG rudders.



                        As far as I understand, in the photo this is the block of the steering wheels. Similar to CUDA.

                        About 9m96 understood, Thanks!

                        Only:
                        Quote: opus
                        Note: Almaz-Antey promises 9M96 in the Air-to-Air version


                        What the hell? I understand ERINT promise, but there is a frantic speed and it is imprisoned for the missile defense.
                        And 9m96 speed in the area of ​​1m - will there be just long-range air defense? RVV-DB from a competitor?
                      4. opus 12 November 2015 16: 13 New
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                        Quote: Falcon
                        Wait, not the range of SAMs, but the range of intercepted BRs.

                        oh yes jamb request
                        The NT upgrade would allow the Aster 30 to hit enemy missiles with a range of 1,000 kilometers. The Block 1 model used by the French and Italian armies can intercept incoming missiles with a range of 600 kilometers, such as the Scud B.

                        Here, with a detachable warhead, only PIF works (from 3:05) and with PIF-PAF (first)


                        Quote: Falcon
                        No, I don’t understand why so many DG rudders.

                        1. This is not the main steering wheel, this is a propulsion control unit, consisting of 180 micro-RTTT
                        2. The PAC-3 ERINT does not have a rudder. It has a transverse thrust control
                        and so much ..
                        since it’s a solid propellant rocket engine, it’s not adjustable and does not restart, it’s not
                        It worked, gave an impulse, pressure relief - drowned out, the transition to the next along the axis
                        Quote: Falcon
                        And what for?

                        As the director of "AA" said: we are a commercial enterprise, we need profit
                        Or maybe Bch is good.
                        Or maybe an air launch option against satellites or BR.
                      5. Falcon 12 November 2015 16: 20 New
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                        Quote: opus
                        then they are not adjustable and do not restart, this is not a rocket engine


                        Damn, exactly yes I didn’t think so.
              2. Falcon 11 November 2015 14: 57 New
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                Quote: opus
                PIF-PAF Aster 45


                We have many sources write about the gas-dynamic rudders of the 9m96.
                Point blank I do not see them anywhere ...
                1. opus 12 November 2015 11: 34 New
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                  Quote: Falcon
                  many sources write about gasdynamic rudders at 9m96.


                  they have the same "many"



                  It’s understandable, there are such angles of attack .... don’t give bo

                  Rocket R-73:
                  Design -... four-section gas-dynamic rudders.

                  In the terms of reference for the creation of a super-maneuverable missile - with the possibility of reaching angles of attack of about 40 degrees - it was proposed to use gas-dynamic control due to the inefficiency of conventional rudders. The initial version of the missile project did not include aerodynamic controls - tonly gas-dynamic.



                  Quote: Falcon
                  Point blank I do not see them anywhere ...

                  look from the nozzle side:

                  sketchy of course


                  something somewhere like this


                  Primary GDR can also be realized by blowing into the supercritical part of the “exhaust” nozzle from the BIP gas generator (easier, less loss and thrust add), although it is unlikely for SAM
                  ========================
                  there will be a photo from the stern and without a plug it will be visible


                  Note: Almaz-Antey promises 9M96 in the Air-to-Air version
      2. SAN31 11 November 2015 00: 14 New
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        Let's start small. How many types of missiles will the c500 complex have? But is it easier, as Raikin said, are there any complaints about the BUTTONS?
        1. opus 11 November 2015 12: 02 New
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          Quote: SAN31
          Let's start small. How many types of missiles will the c500 complex have?

          Scientific research work "Lord of TP" ("Triumphant-Prometheus")

          изделия 77Т6, 77Н6-Н и 77Н6-Н1( аналоги :48Н6Е3,48Н6Д,48Н6ДМ, 40Н6)
          Вариации 9М96Е,9М98 ?,9М96Е2,9М99 ?
          45T6 possible (53T6M modification from A-235)

          Quote: SAN31
          as Raikin said, to the BUTTONS claim

          And who is Raikin and what does the button have to do with PRO / PR?
    3. SAN31 11 November 2015 00: 10 New
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      Atmosphere where does it end? I’ll tell you a secret - the space station alpha also flies in the atmosphere, only very discharged.
      1. opus 11 November 2015 12: 17 New
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        Atmosphere where does it end?

        Looking for someone.
        For the doctor, the earth’s atmosphere ends 18 km from sea level,
        on the border of the troposphere and stratosphere: at this height, a person will have blood boiling at normal body temperature, so it is impossible to survive there.
        For a pilot and engineer closer to 40 km (in the mesosphere), the aircraft’s bearing planes cease to create lift, and then the atmosphere for the pilot and engineer ends.
        For a meteorologist: aurora occurs at altitudes of up to 400 km (in the upper layers of the thermosphere).
        For a radio operator, they know the F2 layer ends 500 km from the Earth. There for the radio operator and the end of the atmosphere.
        For a physicist THOUSAND kilometers from the planet. "Cosmos begins where the probability of a collision of molecules is negligible, and this is several thousand kilometers from the planet."

        For a rocket launcher = the Karman line is the “unofficial” border between the atmosphere and space. It is located at a 100-kilometer mark where the air density is so low that the aircraft with an arbitrarily large wing should move at the first cosmic speed (approximately 8 km / s)so as not to fall to Earth.

        True .... True, very short time.


        Quote: SAN31
        I’ll tell you a secret - space station alpha

        ISS?
        The same to me is an open secret
        As of (UTC): November 10, 2015 19:51:16 p.m.
        Eccentricity: 0,0006658
        Inclination: 51,6446 °
        Perigee height: 398 km
        Apogee height: 407 km

        Longitude Node: 72,2174 °
        Pericenter Argument: 125,6512 °
        Frequency of rotation (revolutions per day): 15,54963921
        Average anomaly: 11,0956 °
        Revolution Number: 97085
        average orbit height 337-430 km

        TLE orbital data

        (!) pay attention to the number 11 position 54-61 (circled for simplicity) is Braking coefficient B * (meaning the number starts with a decimal separator)
  2. Asadullah 10 November 2015 15: 17 New
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    do not write nonsense.


    And why did you decide that the declared characteristics completely limit the possibility of the complex? Not so long ago, and "some" "Caliber", flew far from the results expected by all. Tracking objects in orbit, which is 100-150 km, the task is much simpler than looking beyond the horizon and calculating the trajectories of non-ballistic aircraft, and everything depends on a change in the design of the rocket. By the way, for the destruction of the satellite, the number of explosives does not make any sense at all.
    1. opus 10 November 2015 17: 26 New
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      Quote: Asadullah
      And why did you decide that the declared characteristics completely limit the possibility of the complex?

      physics and realities of our world.
      1. There is no kinetic warhead, even OCD did not seem to start
      2. There is no and no OCD in the atmosphere. The perpendicular traction from the Topol BG and others will not work.
      3.T.K. no, then, in order to deliver the “warhead” OF warhead with a mass of 140 kg or more (minimum, there is no atmosphere and no explosive impact) a carcass of 15000 kg and a length of 15 m is required. (Well, or 51T6 - ABM-4 GORGON -45000kg / 20m)
      it will not fit into any PU S-400, S-500.
      (if only variations / designs of S-1000)
      Complex Outfit-V

      Complex IS-MU / ISZ 14F10 or Complex 75P6 / IS-MD Outfit / ISZ 14F11


      Quote: Asadullah
      Not so long ago, and "some" "Gauges"

      I don’t know where "flown" there.
      do not confuse anti-ship Kr and KR on ground objects
      ZK10 (S-10) Grenade / SS-N-21 SAMPSON or RK-55 / 3K12 Relief - SSC-X-4 SLINGSHOT (ground version of the Grenade) ALWAYS "flew" at a distance of 1500 km


      - and ZM-14 (and ZM-54) is actually its clone (on modern eb)

      Quote: Asadullah
      Track objects in orbit, which is 100-150 km, the task is much simpler,

      1. At 150 there is nobody, and at 100 all the more
      NOSE AES (English LEO) are usually considered satellites with heights from 160 km to 2000 km above the surface of the earth
      2. Harder: The angular velocity of LEO satellites is maximum - from 0,2 ° / s to 2,8 ° / s(this is a lot), circulation periods from 87,6 minutes to 127 minutes, azimuthal speed is close to 7,9 km / s (S-400 is “capable” of fighting up to 4,8 km / s)
      Quote: Asadullah
      the amount of explosives does not make any sense at all.

      Mistake.
      no atmosphere, high-explosive action tends to zero.
      in a vacuum even a nuclear charge is INEFFECTIVE
      1. Vadim237 10 November 2015 20: 55 New
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        Most likely, this direction in the creation of the complex C 500 will also be provided.
      2. Colonellee 10 November 2015 23: 03 New
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        Why put a missile defense on a missile defense? It seems that anti-aircraft missiles are now being launched with striking elements? I can teapot and something I do not understand, but can it be easier to blow a bucket of nails in front of the satellite? Or sprinkle in its orbit if undermining is not possible? I think any satellite after that will turn into a colander. But this is a joke of course, but I think you get the point? And with a nuclear charge you gave a surplus. The nuclear explosion has more damaging factors. Radiation for example. Or EMR, which no satellite equipment can stand.
        1. opus 11 November 2015 00: 14 New
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          Quote: Colonellee
          Why put a missile defense on a missile defense?

          And that would be nails from
          Quote: Colonellee
          bucket of nails
          scattered at an acceptable speed and hit a spacecraft (satellite) required explosives.

          Missile warheads that hit the target on misses are, without exception, fragmentation.
          In this way, the term "fragmentation" in the broad sense of the word is obsolete, and the concept of "fragment" should be attributed only to fragments of natural fragmentation.

          Sometimes, wishing to emphasize the fact that on small misses, an anti-aircraft target can be hit by an air shock wave and detonation products, the term "high-explosive fragmentation" is used for warhead anti-aircraft guided missiles with non-contact detonation, which is methodically wrong. (my jamb)

          In this case, it would be more correct to use the term “fragmentation compression warhead”, which corresponds to the English term “High Explosive Blast Fragmentation Warhead”.

          Quote: Colonellee
          Or sprinkle in its orbit if undermining is not possible?

          ?
          The speed of the scattered 7,9km / s, the target speed of 7,9km / s, and the orbit ......
          Earth's surface area = 510 million km² / R = 100 km
          The area over which satellites can fly (many orbits)

          where r = R (Earth) + h (orbit height)
          Well, think for yourself 300km
          Quote: Colonellee
          And with a nuclear charge you gave a surplus.

          ?
          Taran system, complex and missile UR-100 (starting weight under 42 000 kg)
          Range of action - 2000 km. Height of defeat - 700 km.

          Type warhead - monoblock nuclear warhead power up to 10 mt

          When in 1964 academician M.V. Keldysh brought to the attention of the government, that to repel a 100-ICBM raid, it would be necessary to explode 200 missiles with nuclear warheads (10Mt) over the country's territory, the topic "Ram" was closed by order of N. Khrushchev.

          Against EMP and radiation, all Ka are protected, as they have BREA class space ("cooler" military)
          radiation-resistant microcircuits for space applications, there is already a metal-ceramic case rule.

          our space class is acceptance 5 (acceptance of the customer, in the case of the military - the military representative controls the tests) / 9 (when only the most qualified personnel are involved in the work - for space and nuclear power plants) + resistance to special factors is indicated in (not public ) documentation for the chip.

          maybe there is a Brazilian magnetic anomaly (the annual dose may be 10'000-20'000 rad) - where the internal radiation belt comes closer to the ground, up to a height of 200km.
      3. Asadullah 10 November 2015 23: 36 New
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        physics and realities of our world.


        Mistake.
        no atmosphere, high-explosive action tends to zero.
        in a vacuum even a nuclear charge is INEFFECTIVE


        It is physics, and, no mistake. It was not for nothing that he mentioned the quantity of explosives as meaningless in space; the potential energy of elastic deformation is also suitable for this. That is, to find a satellite, this is the main task, because it itself is very small. But all these objects have already been found, orbits, speed of motion and regularities have been calculated. And to bring a bunch of piece of iron to the trajectory of motion, the issue was resolved in another 62 years. To make a special rocket for satellites? And why, when there are universal ones, I added a step and it's done.
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          Quote: Asadullah
          To make a special rocket for satellites? And why, when there are universal ones, I added a step and it's done.

          getting into a satellite is not a trivial task, even though
          Quote: Asadullah
          But all these objects have already been found, orbits, speed of motion and regularities have been calculated

          I will not go into difficulties, I will give only THREE examples
          1. Iskander-M, firing range of miserable 280 km on a fixed target.
          KVO, m = 5-7 (optical guidance) / 30-70 (autonomous)
          OH according to available maps of the region, autonomous by gyroscope (ANN).
          Doesn’t hit the satellite
          And here is the RPS: launch range of about 400km, to a height of 300km.
          those. C (launch range) = square root (400km ^ 2 + 300km ^ 2), which rushes along the target (azimuthally) with V = 7,9km / s.
          For GBI, the approach speed parameter is limited to 10km / s 9, the probability of hitting 60%), higher = guaranteed misses
          2. Progress (Union) is docked with the ISS for almost 1/2 days (launch to the reference orbit, transition to the approaching orbit, slow and smooth approach using all the power of the radar and computer and the computer)
          3. A direct hit was only possible if when the calculator has moved from the surface of the earth to the maneuvering warhead of an anti-satellite missile: before the delay of the radio signal during the transmission of guidance parameters made the task unsolvable.

          The ground-based interceptor Thor (nuclear mark 49 MG with a capacity of 1 megaton, the radius of destruction was 8 km) ....
          as a result of 16 test launches, only three (!) missiles reached the target

          And then on February 21, 2008 the "successful" interception of the US-193 reconnaissance satellite PSR SM-3 ... a decisive role in the destruction of the satellite detonated fuel tank with toxic hydrazine, the presence of which is on board USA-193 and served as a formal occasion for a spectacular interception.

          The problem is this:
          the counter speed of the target satellite and the interceptor is too high, and in order for a sufficient part of the energy to go to destroy the structure of the device, special measures have to be taken, because most modern satellites have a rather "loose" design and a free layout. The target is simply pierced through with a shell - no explosion, no destruction, not even fragments.
          no fuel detonation, no interception

          ------------------------------
          The B-1000 from the Soviet System A had a very complex high-explosive fragmentation warhead (inside each element a cavity with explosives was arranged, which detonated when the striking element collided with the target and turned a relatively large cube (or ball) into a swarm of tiny fragments that smashed to smithereens all around a fairly long distance.)

          Quote: Asadullah
          And why, when there are universal ones, I added a step and it's done.

          They have other goals, objectives, acceleration characteristics, pitch angles, locations, prelaunch preparations, and cost

          SM-3 costs from 12 million dollars.
          GBI (at FY2014) was worth $ 78 million
          universal Traident D2 costs under $ 200 million
  3. sharp-lad 10 November 2015 19: 55 New
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    But there is an opportunity to launch into the target orbit half a ton of nuts by twenty in the opposite direction, to get cheap and cheerful.
    1. opus 11 November 2015 11: 00 New
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      Quote: sharp-lad
      But it’s possible to launch into the target orbit half a ton of nuts by twenty in the opposite direction,

      1. The opposite?
      those. with a tilt angle to the ecliptic 180g?

      You drive in a car and throw pebbles: some forward, others back. Which ones fly faster and which ones fly less (in relation to the Earth)?
      Earth's angular velocity
      The linear velocity of the Earth's rotation (at the equator) is 465,1013 m / s (1674,365 km / h)
      For Baikonur, it will be about 420 m / s (gives the Earth a rotation "for free")

      Unlike all the “normal” space powers, Israel (only) запустил (launches from its territory) the satellite is not in the east direction, but in the west - against the rotation of the Earth. This caused a significant decrease in the carrying capacity of the carrier, since to achieve the orbital (first space) It was necessary to provide speed of the satellite to an extra kilometer per second. But that was the only possible solution. Israel could not allow the missile’s missile stages (and in the event of an accident, the most secret satellite) to fall on the territory of Arab countries hostile to it. Therefore, during the launch, the launch vehicle successively passed over the Mediterranean Sea, past the coast of Egypt and Libya, then along the southern coast of Sicily and, finally, flying over the Strait of Gibraltar, launched the first satellite of Israel into orbit.
      not cheap and not angry
      2. It is still necessary to "get" at a convergence speed of 14-20km / s
      GBI at proximity speeds of 10 km / s gives the probability of being hit by maneuvering EKVs at a speed of approach of up to 10 km / s = 60%, at more than 10 km / s the probability of defeat is>> 0% exponentially
      Here (in real life) on Progress cannot dock with MIR, at approach speeds of 1-2 m / s
      Collision of the space shuttle Progress M-34 and Mir station (1997)


      3.Due to the approach speed of 14-20km / s, the nail will simply flash and fly away. Energy will not go to destroy the object
  4. SAN31 11 November 2015 00: 00 New
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    Sarcasm however .., everything is there and is already on duty.
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    Major General Anatoly Nestechuk, deputy commander of the space command of the aerospace defense forces of Russia, said in an interview that our defense industry does not intend to sit idly on. “By 2018, a unified space system of ten satellites will be created in Russia,” he said, “the first of which is planned to be launched in 2015. Until 2020, it is planned to equip the orbital constellation with all new types of spacecraft. ” Undoubtedly, satellite fighters will also be present in the grouping.
  • milann 10 November 2015 13: 54 New
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    As far as I know, in Russia there is no official release of anti-satellite missiles today. In any case, I have not heard of such missiles. At VO on this topic was material
    http://topwar.ru/22400-protivosputnikovoe-oruzhie-kosmicheskie-ubiycy.html
    1. Phantom Revolution 10 November 2015 13: 57 New
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      Quote: milann
      As far as I know, in Russia there is no official release of anti-satellite missiles today. In any case, I have not heard of such missiles.

      Or there are unofficially, but classified samples.
    2. hydrox 10 November 2015 14: 03 New
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      And you don’t need to hear about them: when needed, they will prove themselves, and even with great effect (in terms of changing the state of Amer diapers!).
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        And what else do we have in "zahashniks"? You would have to watch less Hollywood, and read more materials (not necessarily comics). "Death Star" we have long sold Khokhlov .. so there are more aces and jokers dumb. And the new one is not ready yet ...
        PS: Viktor Bychkov correctly said one phrase: About a fool, and in store for a hundred years ..
  • IAlex 10 November 2015 14: 21 New
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    We don’t have anything like that ... A-925 and S-500 either carry an atomic charge or metal elements to hit targets, due to the low accuracy or power of the engines of the missiles themselves ...

    Those. for 25 years we completely lagged behind them ... Although the A-925 was originally planned as kinetic, but for those times and capabilities of the equipment, they could not provide sufficient accuracy and put a nuclear warhead ...
    1. SAN31 11 November 2015 00: 24 New
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      To school, to learn materiel - there are no such complexes A-925. Yes, and the A-325 was never planned to be kinetic. Sorry, it can't be direct. This complex is primarily intended to defeat the mass accumulation of warheads and not as not single ones. Are you going to remove several targets with one bullet, like a sniper? Complex A is the last frontier of defense when there is no other choice to save at least crumbs.
      1. IAlex 11 November 2015 00: 46 New
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        Buy a primer to read about the A-925 missiles ...
      2. opus 11 November 2015 11: 50 New
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        Quote: SAN31
        To school, to learn materiel - there are no such complexes A-925. Yes, and the A-325 was never planned to be kinetic.

        IAlex writes about rocket A-925, not about the complex.

        Missile defense A-925 / 51T6 - ICB Fakel under the general leadership of P.D. Grushin, lead designer - V.A. Ermolenko (from 25.09.1991 - general designer V.G. Svetlov)
        long-range missile of the A-135 long-range missile defense system;
        A-925 WAS and even there is.
        since 2006 - 51T6 missiles have been withdrawn from service, and they are being disposed of.


        shooting from the firing range in 2009 (although this is 53T6 in my opinion)



        Quote: SAN31
        Yes, and the A-325 was never planned to be kinetic

        A-235 (RTC-181M / OKR Samolet-M, 58P6 complex, 53T6M / 45T6 missiles) is a variant of the modernized A-135: multi-channel + improved anti-missiles: 51T6 (A-925), PRS-1 / 53T6.
        Naturally, there is no kinetic warhead there.
        Although who knows
        A-235 wasn’t “there,” work on it is only in progress:
        2010 - according to the annual report of the Almaz-Antey Air Defense Concern, technical projects of the A-235 / RTTs-181M missile defense system components were developed, a set of work is underway to restore production for the manufacture of 53T6 rocket engines (products 5C73).
    2. opus 11 November 2015 11: 51 New
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      Although the A-925 was originally planned as kinetic, but for those times

      no
      Not when. Initially SBN: 10-20 kT or from 1 MT to 2-3 MT
      1. TTX radar "Don-2N":

      Coordinate measurement accuracy:
      - in range - 200 (100) m
      - by elevation - 0,02-0,04 (0,06) deg.
      for this reason, the conventional (fragmentation compression) warhead was not even considered
      (+/- 200m and +/- 0,04 rad at 320km. How to get there?)

      2. BTsVM 5E28A / "Argon-17A" with microprocessors BIS series 583 and IS series 106, 134, 530, 533 is simply not possible (to "get" into a small-sized high-speed target)
      * Weight - 30 kg
      * Power consumption - 100 W
      * Representation of numbers - with a fixed point, data types - bit, byte, word (16 bits), double word (32 bits).
      * Command system: general-purpose operators, special operators, standard procedure operators.
      * The number of commands is 132. The addition execution time is 2 μs.
      * The amount of RAM is 4 Kb, the ROM of programs is 32 Kb, the ROM of microprograms is 24 Kb.
      * The number of exchange highways - 8. Exchange rate - up to 160 Kb / s.


      3. There was only the 51T6 electronic-weight model of the rocket - a complete model of the rocket with all electronic equipment with inert warhead and inert motors. Used in the missile defense system for modeling preflight training, the operation of the interception system, training.
  • Asadullah 10 November 2015 15: 00 New
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    Do we have anything like this?


    In the days of the USSR, we had the MiG-31D anti-satellite complex. Today, as I understand it, the C400 can cope with such tasks as special lotions, but the C500 is so directly focused on this.

    Dogs: This is not the first time the Chinese have tested this missile. Officially, about three years ago, they shot down their old satellite, the United States stank for a week. Unofficially, the destruction of all foreign satellites over the PRC is a priority at the beginning of a widespread conflict.
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  • sharp-lad 10 November 2015 19: 41 New
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    The technology for creating satellite fighter satellites was developed in the USSR.
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    Sorry if not, you must have.
  • Mikhail Krapivin 10 November 2015 13: 47 New
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    To the states one more sadness :( And not the last one !;)
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      Poor Americans, nowhere to scare others ... And what is America without satellites in orbit ... laughing
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  • Scoun 10 November 2015 13: 47 New
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    Here are the balobilkins ... did the p.n.s.do.s.v at least have a semblance of conscience?
    Pentagon spokesman General J.J. Raymond announced that “We are fast approaching the point where every satellite entering the orbital constellation may be in danger.”

    And why is this representative of the figs silent about how they themselves are accelerating this process of space confrontation by blocking the UN initiative to ban the militarization of space?
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      block UN initiative to ban the militarization of space?

      There is a ban for ALL, and in the opinion of an "authoritative state", there should be exceptions for the exceptional. wink
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      Quote: Scoun
      And why is this representative of the figs silent about how they themselves are accelerating this process of space confrontation by blocking the UN initiative to ban the militarization of space?

      Well, America, in their opinion, everything is possible, but nothing is impossible for others.
      And then begins, “What about us?”, Just like children, word for word.
  • SAM 5 10 November 2015 13: 48 New
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    we are quickly approaching the point where every satellite in the orbital constellation may be in danger. ”

    And then.
  • A-Sim 10 November 2015 13: 49 New
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    What kind of cloudy sperm have been painted? Like they got scared? Give me some money ...
  • Mountain shooter 10 November 2015 13: 49 New
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    China is hinting at mattresses - in the event of a military clash with me, learn to do without navigation and satellite communications, and most likely without a global network. The asymmetric answer is crane style versus tiger style in kung fu.
    1. AlexTires 10 November 2015 13: 59 New
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      Chinese anti-satellite weapons, in fact, can be used against any space power, and not just against the United States. From the conflict with the United States, the Chinese will absolutely benefit nothing - neither territories, nor resources ... And the largest market of their producers can lose ...
  • dchegrinec 10 November 2015 13: 50 New
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    Everything goes to the fact that, if necessary, Russia or China at hour X will be able to turn off everything in the aggressor country. Electronic interference will seem like jokes ..
    1. kolyhalovs 10 November 2015 14: 00 New
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      Hi-tech is turning ... Hi-tech is turning ...
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  • chikenous59 10 November 2015 13: 58 New
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    Quote: dchegrinec
    Everything goes to the fact that, if necessary, Russia or China at hour X will be able to turn off everything in the aggressor country. Electronic interference will seem like jokes ..

    They will also turn off all computers, exchanges, and payment systems to us. So do not feel much joy
  • AlexTires 10 November 2015 13: 58 New
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    It is high time that the slogans on the militarization of space be pushed and openly admitted that all countries that are able to bring their pieces of iron into space have adequate funds there in case of military operations. You need to be a fool to deny it, both opportunity and factuality ...
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    Quote: AlexTires
    It is high time that the slogans on the militarization of space be pushed and openly admitted that all countries that are able to bring their pieces of iron into space have adequate funds there in case of military operations. You need to be a fool to deny it, both opportunity and factuality ...

    This is just your guess. Balabolat openly no one like you will not.
    Can you tell me where our warheads are on duty, combat patrol routes? So that everyone knows and is afraid.
  • mag nit 10 November 2015 14: 04 New
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    Again the Yankees scratch their turnips ...
  • roskot 10 November 2015 14: 06 New
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    It seems to me that not only China is ahead of the rest. Just do not advertise.
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    Quote: roskot
    It seems to me that not only China is ahead of the rest. Just do not advertise.

    Perhaps Putin already has the support of aliens with superintelligence)) This is also not advertised
  • voyaka uh 10 November 2015 14: 20 New
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    "as they are inclined to believe in the Pentagon, it is capable of destroying satellites with a direct kinetic blow." ////

    Wow! Really the Chinese managed to create a kinetic killer vehicle (EKV)
    This is a tricky little thing:
    1. Corsair 10 November 2015 14: 39 New
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      laughing Duc, after all, a kinetic strike is a stupid collision - a shell in a tank makes a kinetic strike when hit, it seems the Chinese made a rocket capable of catching a satellite or catching in the opposite direction and stupidly flashing it through or ramming it
      1. voyaka uh 10 November 2015 14: 52 New
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        "stupidly flash it through or ram it" ///

        Why stupid? You have to get (direct hit) into a small object moving
        at a speed of the order of 10 km / s. Incredibly difficult technical challenge.
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          Quote: voyaka uh
          Why stupid? You have to get (direct hit) into a small object moving
          at a speed of the order of 10 km / s.

          request Because the satellite does not have the ability to maneuver at any moment and move away from the rocket, knowing the satellite’s orbit and speed it is easy to calculate where it will be at what moment.
          1. CT-55_11-9009 10 November 2015 16: 58 New
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            He has the ability to maneuver. Each satellite has a propulsion system, at least to correct the orbit. Yes, and all satellites are monitored. While the Center can receive information. I don’t know about the hours of communication with satellites of Americans and Europeans, with us it is about 8 hours a day. As long as there is a connection, you can give a signal to evade. Another thing is that because of this, the plans will go astray a little, and the satellite will fail earlier.
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      Quote: voyaka uh

      Wow! Really the Chinese managed to create a kinetic killer vehicle

      ---------------------
      And how did they get down the satellite? The rocket itself "found" it? Or was the rocket promptly prompted?
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        The missile is first aimed at the radar. Comp. calculates
        satellite and rocket trajectories, and the rocket goes to intercept.
        When she draws closer to the satellite, they release the "killer" typewriter.
        He steers to the satellite using his own GOS and motor
        and rams it.
        The future Russian S-500 will work something like this, only
        instead of a direct ram they will try to destroy the satellite with shrapnel
        after the explosion of a warhead.
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          Quote: voyaka uh
          He steers to the satellite using his own GOS and motor
          and rams it.

          EKV does not "taxi" anywhere (to the satellite).
          Because it doesn’t enter the reference orbit, it flies along the ballistic to the calculated point of the meeting.
          And thanks to DACS (what you call
          Quote: voyaka uh
          motor
          ) he has the ability to maneuver 3-4 km along this ballistic trajectory


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    mvg 10 November 2015 14: 34 New
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    Our satellite constellation loses to the states, while some part of the weapon is strongly tied to GPS. There is an option "neither to you nor to us" .. In outer space, a vigorous bomb was already detonated, and at the same time it was very tiny .. Little did not seem to everyone. In the event of a major conflict, 200-400 MTn will just drop over 1-2 km .. And that’s it, NTV will no longer .. At least we will fight under equal conditions.
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    This is more like an ultimatum than an invitation to dialogue. It must be assumed that the response from Taiwan was appropriate.
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    need a development program "peaceful sky and space without America" smile
  • DenZ 10 November 2015 15: 04 New
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    Our satellite constellation loses to the states, while some part of the weapon is strongly tied to GPS

    Our weapons are not tied to GPS with any part! Do not confuse with your navigator.
    And the satellites, yes, in the event of a global conflict, they will be struck without delay, both ours and American ones.
    1. CT-55_11-9009 10 November 2015 16: 59 New
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      Why Zenith and designed in the USSR. They start automatically. It is necessary to replenish the space group, right?
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      I wrote somewhere that ours too? I don’t use a navigator, there is enough compass. But, to your enlightenment ... we have "broads" who also use GPS services ... All the best.
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    In the field of armaments, China is somehow not paid too much attention, either ours or ours, but modernized !!! Here we have the first “gift”, never underestimate the opponent. Soon we will learn from them. Although ours are often presented with “gifts” about which they are silent for the time being.
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    Quote: mvg
    He said everything correctly. What I wanted to describe in a single word "pre", laid out on the shelves.
    Those. the person who writes all kinds of garbage in the morning, without delving into the essence, is adequate .. and I, who rightly wrote, about the "pre" - this is not informative .. It's funny. belay

    And it always will be, while there will be fools

    Quote: mvg
    In fact, in the late 80's, attempts were made on the basis of the MiG-31 to make an interceptor. 8 cars were converted. In the hill, the plane reached almost 40 km (38 more precisely) and launched a rocket .. Up to 200 km. The collapse of the union, "Tagged" and everything else killed this topic.


    We could not even bring to the level of ASAT

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    Quote: milann
    As far as I know, in Russia there is no official release of anti-satellite missiles today. In any case, I have not heard of such missiles.

    Or there are unofficially, but classified samples.


    Officially, we stopped the development of JI in the mid-80s
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      Officially, we stopped the development of JI in the mid-80s

      Not certainly in that way:
      1. Complex "Naryad-V" / Carrier "Rokot" / AES-interceptor based on ICBM UR-100NU / 15A35


      The last successful launch was on December 26, 1994, from the bunker (PU) of facility No. 175/1.
      As reported, the Rokot rocket launched the anti-satellite (camouflaged under Radio-ROSTO = RS-15) into the reference orbit, where the latter immediately exploded.
      The Rokot / Outfit-B target group was disbanded and all Naryad operations were officially transferred to Plesetsk.


      Object No. 175/1: Lease Agreement for the Baikonur Complex between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan (Moscow, December 10, 1994)




      Coverage of President Putin’s visit to the GKNPC published on 23 January 2002 to a newspaper in Krasnaya Zvezda (Ministry of Defense mouthpiece): GDP noted the presence of the Outfit-B system as a potential response to any US decision to withdraw from the ABM treaty.
      The company's management promised Putin to quickly integrate the Naryad system into the country's missile defense network.
      The project was also mentioned since during one of the anniversary events of M.V. Khrunichev in the 2000s.



      2. The IS-MU / AES 14F10 / complex based on the RN 11K69 Cyclone-2 / AIS-14F10 interceptor
      The deployment of the complex’s facilities was carried out in 1990. The complex was put into operation in April 1991.On April 26, 1993, a decree of the President of Russia on removing the IS-MU system from combat duty was issued.In August, the 1993 the IS-MU complex is removed from combat duty.

      Ground command and computing and measuring station (object 224-B), special launch pad (object 334-B) .....in 2010 city reports on the actual unsuitability of the facility for operation.
      Nothing is known about the fate of the ammunition of 16 14F10 satellite interceptors stored at Baikonur
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        Complex 75P6 / IS-MD Outfit / AIS 14F11 Modified IS-MU / AIS 14F10 modification with the possibility of hitting AES targets in a geostationary orbit is, in fact, an independent anti-satellite complex. Development started by TsNPO "Comet" in 1988. Design completed in 1991.
        TsNPO "Comet" works great wink


        And so, in pursuit:
      2. Vadim237 10 November 2015 20: 59 New
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        They have already been discarded.
        1. opus 11 November 2015 01: 00 New
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          Quote: Vadim237
          They have already been discarded.

          maybe a couple (or a couple of couples) moved in a strange way to China in the dashing nineties? crying

          China’s unexpected rocket interception of its old weather satellite on January 12, 2007. The Chinese admitted to their deed only on January 23, of course, accompanying their statement with assurances of the "peaceful nature of the experiment." The decommissioned satellite FY-1C circulated in a circumcircular orbit approximately 850 kilometers high. For its interception, a modification of a solid-fuel ballistic missile (CT-1) was used, which launched from the Sichan cosmodrome.

          It’s not strange.
          China does not have a full-fledged SPRN, cannot make a full-fledged clone AL-31F, wants to buy the SU-35 and S-400 (it itself cannot).


          A ground-based anti-satellite weapon
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    Oh, and then another time they’re poking fun at a neighbor, and they have the wrong system, and paper boats, and here you go: there’s nothing to cover. It is sad and alarming at the same time.
  • Old26 10 November 2015 18: 23 New
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    Quote: Vladimirets
    There is a ban for ALL, and in the opinion of an "authoritative state", there should be exceptions for exceptional

    To be honest, apart from this note, I couldn’t find anything slurred, even on the UN website. What was the proposal, who offered what, is unclear. It is also not clear the gradation of "weapons" in space. That is, if your interceptor rotates in space - this is a weapon, and if it stands at the start in minute readiness and, upon command, it goes into orbit and after half a turn hits the target, this weapon or not ...

    Quote: Corsair
    Because the satellite does not have the ability to maneuver at any moment and move away from the rocket, knowing the satellite’s orbit and speed it is easy to calculate where it will be at what moment.

    It has. There is a propulsion system, at least a correction engine

    Quote: AdekvatNICK
    need a development program "peaceful sky and space without america"

    This will not happen in the next 50-100 years.

    Quote: CT-55_11-9009
    Why Zenith and designed in the USSR. They start automatically. It is necessary to replenish the space group, right?

    Forget about the zenith. You can put a very large and very bold cross on them.
  • Vlad5307 10 November 2015 23: 19 New
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    Quote: chikenous59
    They will also turn off all computers, exchanges, and payment systems to us. So do not feel much joy

    So it’s high time to cover this exchange as an element of speculation, otherwise there aren’t enough funds for it - everything settles in offshore! laughing
  • Vlad5307 10 November 2015 23: 22 New
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    And why spend money on high-precision kinetic systems, when the effects of air defense missiles are enough - a dense cone of damaging elements is created and yours will not dance! Cheap and cheerful. soldier
  • Old26 11 November 2015 00: 06 New
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    Anton, you’re right, but it once crossed my mind that we were stopping the work on anti-satellite weapons voiced by Andropov. Maybe then it was about development?