October 13 2009
Indian scientists on Monday successfully test-fired two Prithvi II nuclear-capable surface-to-surface missiles at the Integrated Test Range at Chandipur in the eastern part of India, reports the Press Trust of India.
Both missiles were fired in quick succession from mobile launchers as part of army user trials, officials said.
The trajectories of the missiles were tracked by a variety of long-range multi-function radars and electro-optic telemetry stations for post-launch...
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