Russia Successfully Tests Missile 2, Satan Sweeper One Country

Russia launched a missile test of Satan 2 successfully. According to the Ministry of Defense, the country Bears red, those activities carried out on Thursday, October 26, 2017.

The missile is also known as RS-28 Sarmat, launched from the Plestek Cosmodrome. The missile was broadcast as far as 5,793 kilometers before hitting its target at the Kura testing area.

Quoted from the Daily Mail, Friday (27/10/2017), three submarines capable of carrying warheads also successfully performs a test ballistic missiles. Meanwhile, three targets on the ground successfully targeted by cruise missiles.

Russia's military said, two missile submarines launched in the sea of Okhotsk, North of Japan, which is close to North Korea. Meanwhile, a third missile was launched from the Barents Sea, the Arctic Ocean.

In addition, strategic bomber Tu-160, Tu-95MC, and Tu-22M3, also took off from some of the Russia air bases and launching cruise missiles.

The missiles on targets in Kamchatka in Eastern Russia, the Komi Republic in the North, and in the military field Russia in Kazakhstan.

"Russia's Military Forces have conducted exercises to manage its strategic nuclear forces," said Kemenhan Russia in a statement.

"The whole purpose of the exercise was successfully completed," said the statement.

Overview of Satan 2

According to Russia's military, ballistic missile Sarmat can beat any defense tool and have ruined a country.

Satan 2 is estimated to have used at 2019-2020. The missile is able to send warheads 40 megatons--2,000 times more powerful than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945.

At the beginning of September 2017, Russia also has been conducting trials of two nuclear missiles from the Plestek Cosmodrome called Topol.

NATO Russia challenging any irregularities regarding the number of troops involved in the exercises and the amount that was officially announced by Moscow.

"There is a pronounced difference between what Russia and the real amount of practice and scope of practice," said the NATO Chief, Jens Stoltenberg, told the media after the crew is doing a joint Council meeting of NATO-Russia (NRC).

Moscow claims that thousands of soldiers involved in the exercise. However, NATO said that the exercise involving 10,000 people.

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