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The Russian avant-garde hypersonic rocket can be accelerated to 40 thousand km / h.

The Russian avant-garde hypersonic rocket can be accelerated even faster.

As part of the latest official tests conducted by the latest Russian hypersonic Avangard rocket, its speed reached 32-33 thousand km / h, which makes it the fastest of the ever-existing missiles, however, as experts note, in fact, the rocket and its warheads can be speeded up by about 20-30%.

Such conclusions were made based on the fact that, as part of the tests, the temperature on the surface of warheads of the Avangard rocket reached approximately 2 thousand degrees, however, according to the Russian president, modern materials allow the rocket to withstand temperatures up to 3 thousand degrees.

"Combat maneuvering blocks already present a serious problem for any air defense / missile defense system, however, accelerating them to speed in 40 thousand km \ h., They can strike before they can be detected - from 100-kilometer height, they will hit the target on earth in just 8-9 seconds ", - said the analyst

Experts, in turn, note that to a large extent China approached the Russian Avangard complex, which developed and, according to other data, tested the DF-17 system, which has a target destruction range of up to 18 thousand kilometers, but at the same time capable of carrying only one combat unit

and you are where this is seen. from the pentagon cartoons? there are only paper airplanes and that is not moving ...

A brick, thrown from space, will also reach this speed under the action of gravity.

American laser and overclocking is not necessary - 300 thousand. Kms per second. Avangard Hood Baaai

Complex "Avangard", read carefully.

What kind of nonsense? What is the Avant-garde rocket? There is no such rocket. There is a maneuvering unit - a warhead, with a planning control system. It differs from the usual other design of the upper stage, on which the warhead is located and the availability of state means of maneuvering.

We will see

The end of the hegemon.