Russian "Sarmat" able to destroy Texas in a few minutes

British media talked about the possibilities of promising weapons in Russia.

Analysts of the Daily Express are confident that the Russian Sarmat intercontinental rocket (the NATO classification is Satan-2) can easily overcome any missile defense system. Currently it is the most powerful ballistic projectile available in Russia.

British tabloid "Daily Express", talking about the PC-28 "Sarmat", cites the opinion of experts on this rocket. They conclude that this relatively new weapon, which Vladimir Putin demonstrated during his message to the Federal Assembly in 2018, passes the final test phase, but some experts have expressed doubts about the characteristics of Sarmatian.

The author of the publication in the tabloid is sure that in the West they are mistaken, doubting the potential of Russian weapons. For example, not so long ago, images of the first launch of the Russian “hypersonic rocket”, which took place at the Plesetsk cosmodrome, appeared on the network. Daily Express states that Satan-2 is capable of overcoming any missile defense system. Stop it can not even missile defense system available in the United States. According to experts, one such missile is capable of destroying an area of ​​approximately Texas.

The publication reminds that Russia's plans include a clause providing for the adoption of a new missile complex by the beginning of the 2020 year. It provides for the modernization of the nuclear potential.

It is unlikely to overcome the US missile defense system. And in the General Staff of the MoD know it.

Well, when we stop banging. We are already becoming a world gendarme, pushing the United States into the background

1. Sarmatian not yet (but soon, of course, will be).
2. About the breakthroughs of any missile defense system and the "destruction of Texas" - the previous missiles do the same. Just too old - it's time to change. Nothing fundamentally new. The problem is in the restoration of production and competencies (all previous analogues were made in Ukraine).