in ,

DRDO Successfully tests exo-atmospheric ballistic Missile Interception



Today, extraordinary achievement done by our DRDO scientist team which really strengthen the our defense mechanism and also helps to counter the security threats at Air to Air level. Yes, this is a valentine gift by the DRDO to our defence. The interceptor was launched from Abdul Kalam Island or Wheeler Island of ITR at about 7.45am, said a top DRDO officials to

Moreover, The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) on february 11, 2017, successfully tested an exo-atmospheric missile interception as part of the ballistic missile defence programme. The interceptor is based on the nuclear-capable Prithvi missile.

Indian ballastic missile defence programme is a double-tiered system consisting of two interceptor missiles, namely the Prithvi Air Defence (PAD) missile for high altitude interception, and the Advanced Air Defence (AAD) Missile for lower altitude interception.

Talking about credibility, this defence system has a hit probability of 98.5 %. Tested successfully against ballastic missile during PADE (exercise conducted to test this system). And have been successfully intercepted all missile launched from surface and ship. It was being tested against Prithvi 2, which have feature measures to decieve ( to avoid or counter measure ) anti ballastic missile.

With the help of Inertial Guidance and IR Seeker the missile moved for the interception. All events were monitored in real-time by the Telemetry/Range Stations, at various other locations.

Read More…

ISRO launches record 20 Satellites : Now PSLV-C34 launch

SpaceX launches space Station docking port for NASA

Successful test-firing of supersonic interceptor missile

ISRO launches record 20 Satellites : Now PSLV-C34 launch

India plans laser walls on border Areas

On URI terror Attack :- Trilok Live talks to general secretary, BJP

Indo-Pak Diplomacy: PM Modi’s Pakistan Policy


उत्तर प्रदेश विधानसभा चुनाव सर्वेक्षण 2017 (प्रथम चरण) राज्य विकासशील शोध केंद्र (DCRC), दिल्ली विश्वविद्यालय (DU)

DRDO’s valentines gift to IAF: A drone, cruise missile detecting system