China’s Multi-Nuke Hypersonic Missile Ready To Strike Within Few Months


Beijing:  China’s next-generation intercontinental ballistic missile that could strike anywhere in the world with nuclear warheads is expected to be ready during the first half of next year. Dongfeng-41 missile, which is said to have the longest range of any ballistic rockets in the world, has undergone its eighth test and is now near completion, according to state-run media.

গোপন মিশনে বন্দরে ভিড়তে চলেছে পাকিস্তানের দুটি যুদ্ধ জাহাজ

Previous reports have claimed that the missile has a range of at least 7,500 miles (12,000km) and could carry up to 10 nuclear warheads. The new missile also has a speed of more than Mach 10 (7,672mph) and can use decoy devices to find its way through the enemy’s missile defence systems.

বিশ্বের যে কোনও প্রান্তে আঘাত করবে চিনের নয়া মিসাইল Dongfeng-41

The Dongfeng-41 is a Chinese solid-fueled road-mobile intercontinental ballistic missile. It has an operational range between 12,000 km to 15,000 km. This would make the DF-41 the world’s longest range missile, surpassing the range of the US LGM-30 Minuteman which has a reported range of 13,000 km.

China’s Dongfeng-41: World’s Longest Range ICBM

Another advantage to the DF-41 ICBM system is its launch platform. As with many Russian systems, it is launched from a wheeled, mobile vehicle platform making its launchers difficult to track and target.

Finally, the DF-41 carries up to 12 large nuclear Multiple, Independently targeted Re-entry Vehicle (MIRV) warheads, increasing its effectiveness against multiple large, hardened targets and decreasing the ability to intercept it after re-entry into the atmosphere during its terminal attack phase.

In April 2016 China successfully conducted 7th test of DF-41 with two dummy warheads near the South China Sea amid growing tensions between Washington and Beijing about the area.