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DRDO Conducts First Test launch For Newly Developed Surface-To-Surface Missile ‘Pralay’

| Updated: December 22, 2021 20:10

Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) successfully conducted a first test flight test of ‘Pralay’ – an indigenously developed surface-to-surface missile. This test was conducted from Dr A P J Abdul Kalam Island off the coast of Odisha and the mission has met all its objectives successfully.  

The new missile followed the desired quasi ballistic trajectory and reached the designated target with high degree accuracy, validating the control, guidance and mission algorithms. All the sub-systems performed satisfactorily, the sensors deployed near the impact point across the eastern coast, including the downrange ships, tracked the missile trajectory and captured all the events.

On this glorious achievement, Raksha Mantri Shri Rajnath Singh congratulated DRDO and associated teams for this maiden development flight trial. He complimented DRDO for the fast track development and successful launch of the modern surface-to-surface missile.

Secretary Department of Defence R&D and Chairman DRDO, Dr G Satheesh Reddy appreciated the team and said that this is a new generation surface-to-surface missile equipped with modern technologies and induction of this weapon system will give the necessary impetus to the Armed Forces.

This indigenous missile is powered by solid propellant rocket motors and many new technologies. It has a range of 150-500 kilometres and can be launched from a mobile launcher, its missile guidance system includes a state-of-the-art navigation system and integrated avionics.

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