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India Indian army tests successfully medium range ballistic missile Agni-2.


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The Indian Army carried out Monday morning May 17th, 2010, a shooting test of Agni-II medium range ballistic missile, announced Monday the press agency Trust of India. The missile, length 21 meters and weighing 17 tons were firing since the polygon from the island of Wheeler (bay of Bengal). According to the agency, the firing was successful. The Agni-2 missile is able to carry a load of a ton to the distance of two thousand kilometres. Its range can be increased by the reduction of the weight of its warhead. The two preceding firing tests of Agni-2, carried out in April 1999 and in November 2009, had shown a failure.The Indian Army carried out Monday morning May 17th, 2010, a shooting test of Agni-II medium range ballistic missile, announced Monday the press agency Trust of India.

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