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Russia’s new missile can hit any target on earth: 10 things to know ab
Russia successfully conducted the launch of its intercontinental ballistic missile “Sarmat”, a new addition to its nuclear arsenal.
The missile had been launched from Plesetsk in the country’s northwest and hit targets in the Kamchatka peninsula in the far east.
The weapon can be deployed with 10 or more warheads on each missile.
Weighing more than 200 tonnes and able to transport multiple warheads.
Sarmat is the most powerful missile with the longest range of destruction of targets in the world.
This truly unique weapon will strengthen the combat potential of Russian armed forces, reliably ensure the security of the country from external threats.
Dubbed Satan 2 by Western analysts, the Sarmat is among Russia's next-generation missiles that Putin has called invincible.
Putin says weapon capable of carrying nuclear charges will make Kremlin's enemies "think twice.
The most powerful missile has capable of hitting long-range targets using a variety of flight paths.
Sarmat has unique features that allow it to reliably surpass any existing and future systems.
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