India effectively test fires Agni-II Ballistic Missile
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By ANI | Published: 04th May 2017 12:36 PM
BHADRAKH (ODISHA): The Agni-ll Ballistic Missile was effectively test let go on Thursday at 10.22 a.m from A.P.J Abdul Kalam island of Dhamara in Odisha.
The A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Azad Island was already known as Wheelers Island.
The atomic weapon is fit for a full strike scope of 2,000 km.
The 20 meter long Agni-II rocket is a two phase strong impelled ballistic rocket. It has a dispatch weigh of 17 tones and can convey a payload of 1,000 kg over a separation of more than 2,000 km.
Agni rocket arrangement being produced by DRDO as an obstruction against atomic outfitted neighbors are among India’s most complex weapons.