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India’s Pinaka Missile System Successfully Flight-Tested For Second Consecutive Day

India’s Pinaka missile system successfully flight-tested for second consecutive day, which is able to strike up to 75 kilometers. Created by Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO), the Pinaka MK-II rocket is changed as a rocket by coordinating the navigation, guidance and control system to improve the end precision and upgrade the range, they said.
The missile system, equipped for striking into hostile area up to a range of 75 kilometers with high exactness, was terminated from the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Chandipur close Balasore, the resistance sources said.
The navigation system of the rocket is additionally supported by the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS). A comparative trial of the cannons rocket system was directed on Thursday.
The rocket was terminated from Pinaka launcher system in organization setup. The flight article was followed by different range system like telemetry, radars and electrooptical focusing on system (EOTS), which affirmed the course book flight execution, sources said.
Prior in March, three effective preliminaries of the Pinaka guided missile system were led from Pokhran test extend in Rajasthan.
the sources’ statement says, “The mission achieved all the objectives including enhancing the range, accuracy and sub-system functionality.”