Russia has conducted new tests of the nuclear-powered Burevestnik cruise missile?

Russian nuclear cruise missile "Burevestnik" could be launched from Novaya Zemlya

There are reports of radiation emissions north of Norway and Sweden. In the sky above this region, two American military boards WC-135W (according to other sources, one special board) were recorded at once, which are used just to monitor the radiation situation. There are reports that the next launch of the Russian 9M730 Burevestnik cruise missile, which is equipped with a nuclear power plant, could have been launched from the Novaya Zemlya archipelago.

It is known that on the Novaya Zemlya archipelago, a special test complex for launching 9M730 missiles was actually erected. At the same time, judging by the pace of construction, today the complex should have already been put into operation.

For obvious reasons, the Russian side does not comment on the information that has appeared, however, about a year ago, information appeared that Russia was planning to resume testing the Burevestnik rocket until 2022.

Today, the Russian 9M730 Burevestnik cruise missile is considered one of the most mysterious Russian military developments, since according to official data, the missile can be in flight for an unlimited time. This allows you to hit absolutely any target on the planet, regardless of its type and distance.

started and forgot she came back where they let

Guarantee you?

Why do you need this? If you flew, then it's too late to talk about ecology. Meet the lady with the scythe.

I think that when it is needed, Chernobyl will be everywhere.

guaranteed trajectory - west. and there to whom God will send.

Nice shot of the launch and hard-to-check circles on the map. Ornate presentation of the topic in the English style.
Well, maybe they launched ... Well, something flew ... And who is bothered by the presence of US aircraft? An article for time-weakened nightclub employees.

Do not worry will fly where you need

I would very much like that at least someone could guarantee the trajectory and stable flight of this flying Chernobyl.



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