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PostSubject: Scientists now brace up for Agni tests in Jan   Tue Dec 15, 2009 9:11 pm

After the twin failures of India’s first long range missile Agni-II, the successful trial of nuke-capable surface-to-surface Dhanush missile came as a face saver for the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO). Now the organisation is eyeing the success of the two proposed tests of Agni-II and Agni-III missiles in January.Dhanush, Naval version of Prithvi ballistic missile, was flight tested by the Indian Navy from the warship INS Subhadra, 35 km away from Balasore coast yesterday.With the test, India has joined the elite club of US and China which have the similar kind of missiles in their arsenal.Defence sources said, the missile travelled almost 350 km within nearly 500 seconds before zeroing in on the target with a circular error probability (CEP) of less than 10 metres
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