Source : IgMp Bureau
It was being reported that the Indian Navy had carried out a successful test of the Mach 2.8 capable BrahMos supersonic missile with indigenous seeker and booster in the Arabian Sea on 5th March but a U.S based independent researcher Richard Cordaro has claimed that India had tested a BrahMos missile variant at a speed of Mach 5 in the Arabian Sea on 5th March as the magnetometer stationed in Alibag on the west coast got the magnetic anomaly first then magnetic anomaly was detected in Hyderabad.
#India tests its #BrahMos hypersonic #missile in the Arabian Sea on Sunday March 5, 2023. #Magnetometer station Alibag (ABG) on the coast got the magnetic anomaly first, then farther Hyderabad(HYB). My est. test time 0700 IST (0130 UTC). Hypersonics really shake things up. pic.twitter.com/InlXF3OYg2
— Richard Cordaro (@rrichcord) March 6, 2023
It was reported earlier that BrahMos Aerospace had been working on a new extreme performance variant of the BrahMos missile that will have a near Hypersonic speed which has led to speculation that India had test-fired a new BrahMos-X missile with a range of over 1,000 kilometers at Mach 5 speed.
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