Agni-5 missile tests successfully by India, citizen sees light as UFO

The Agni-5 nuclear-capable ballistic missile successfully tested at 15 Dec evening, according to defence authorities. A mysterious light confuses & spectulate as UFO.

Agni-5 missile
Agni-5 missile launching from the station

The Agni-5 nuclear-capable ballistic missile, which can reach target 5,400 kilometres away has successfully undergone night-time trials in India. The sudden arrival of mysterious light on December 15 at around 5.47 pm led to concern among locals in Bishnupur, Kirnahar, Ghatal, and Murshidabad. Many individuals shared images on social media while speculating as to whether or not “it was an Unidentified Flying Object (UFO)?

People sight light
Peoples sight light at different part of states

The nuclear-capable ballistic missile launched from Abdul Kalam Island, which is located off the coast of Odisha. This is a normal test for the Agni-5, a missile that initially tested in 2012, and it is thier ninth flight. The missile, which is now lighter than previously underwent the test to evaluate new equipment and technologies. The trial has verified the Agni-5 missile’s ability to increase its range when necessary.

Capabilities of this missile

The Agni-5 missle capable of range 5000 kilometres, this powerful missle can reach anywhere in Pakistan, China, as well as nations include Russia, Ukraine, and Indonesia with accurate target zone. The DRDO and Bharat Dynamics Limited works together to build the Agni-5 missile, which is entirely made in India. Agni-5 is 50 thousand kilogram in weight, 17.5 metres long, and claimed to have a 2 metre diameter.

The Agni-5 missile can be loaded with 1500 kg of nuclear weapons. This missile has three stages of rocket boosters fitted. Recognize that the missile equipped with a solid fuel engine that operates in three stages. Agni-5 is 24 times faster than the speed of sound. This rocket travels 8.16 kilometres in one second.

More to acknowlegde

The Agni-5 project is designed to strengthen India’s nuclear deterrence against China. which claims to possess missiles with ranges of 12,000–15,000 kilometres like the Dongfeng-41.

The missile underwent a similar test in October of the previous year in India. India strengthened its military prowess in June by successfully launching a nuclear-capable Agni-4 ballistic missile at night. The defence ministry said that it had “reaffirmed” India’s policy of possessing a “credible minimum deterrence capability” after the test. The ranges of the Agni 1 to Agni 4 missiles, which have already deployed, range from 700 km to 3,500 km.

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