New Delhi: Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) has built another effective missile for the Indian Air Force. The special thing is that it has been successful in missile testing. This missile is capable of hitting air to air. The missile was successfully test fired from the Sukhoi-30 MKI fighter jet from West Bengal Air Base on Monday. During the test, the missile proved its capability by aiming accurately.
The good thing is that this missile is completely indigenous. DRDO scientists have prepared the technology of this missile with their hard work. On 26 September 2018, this missile is ready. The feature of this missile is that it is supported in killing the enemy up to 70 km away. During the test, the missile hit the target floating in the air. This missile can also be launched from Mirage 2000H, MiG-29, Sea Harrier, MiG-21 and Sukhoi SU-30 MKI fighter jet.
DRDO is constantly engaged in preparing new equipment for the three forces of India. On 17 September, DRDO tested the Unmanned Aircraft (UAV) Karnataka (karnataka), although it was the victim of an accident. This unmanned aircraft was flown from the Chitradurga test range. 17 km The distant aircraft system encountered some problems and crashed in the fields.
Defence Research & Development Organization (DRDO) yesterday successfully test fired the Astra, air to air missile with a range of over 70 kms. The missile was test fired from a Su-30MKI combat aircraft that took off from an air base in West Bengal.— ANI (@ANI)