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Sparta (rocket)

Sparta was a three-stage missile that launched the first satellite of the Earth Australia, WRESAT, on 29 November 1967. Sparta to use surplus American Redstone as a first stage, an Antares-2 as second stage, and be-3 third stage. Several Spartas ...

                                               

Sputnik (rocket)

The Sputnik rocket was an unmanned orbital carrier rocket, designed by Sergei Korolev in the Soviet Union received from the R-7 Semyorka ICBM. On 4 October 1957, it was used to perform the worlds first launch of Sputnik 1 satellite into orbit. Tw ...

                                               

Start-1

Start-1 is a Russian satellite launch vehicle based on the RT-2PM Topol, a Soviet Intercontinental ballistic missile developed by the Moscow Institute of thermal technology.

                                               

Strela (rocket)

Strela is a Russian orbital carrier rocket, derived from the missiles of the Soviet / Russian ur-100NU. It held its first test launch on 5 December 2003, held its first functional load on 27 Jun 2013 and second on 19 December 2014. The arrow was ...

                                               

Titan (rocket family)

Titan was a family of expendable missiles the United States between 1959 and 2005. Titan I Titan II was part of the U.S. air force Intercontinental ballistic missile fleet until 1987. The launch of the space version of the car contributed to most ...

                                               

Tsyklon

This cyclone, GRAU index 11K67, was a Soviet design expendable launch system, primarily used to put Cosmos satellites into low earth orbit. It is based on the R-36 Intercontinental ballistic missile designed by Mikhail Yangel and made eight launc ...

                                               

Black Arrow

Black arrow, officially capitalised Black arrow was British satellite carrier rocket. Developed in the 1960-ies, it was used for four launches between 1969 and 1971. His final flight was the first successful orbital launch needs to be undertaken ...

                                               

Shtil'

The launch vehicle Shtil), is a converted SLBM to launch artificial satellites into orbit. It is based on the R-29RM designed by State rocket center Makeyev and related to the carrier rocket "volna". Calm is a 3-stage rocket with liquid fuel. Thi ...

                                               

Electron (rocket)

The electron is a two stage orbital launch vehicle, developed by the American aerospace company rocket Lab is to cover the small commercial segment of the satellite. The engines Rutherford, manufactured in California, the first electric-pump-feed ...

                                               

Energia

Energia was a Soviet rocket that was designed by NPO Energia as heavy partially recoverable system will launch a variety of payloads, including space Shuttle "Buran". The main developer of the system of enterprise management was Hartron NPO "Elec ...

                                               

Epsilon (rocket)

Rocket "Epsilon" of Japanese rocket with solid fuel is designed to launch scientific satellites. This is the next project to launch a larger and more expensive m-V, which was dismissed in 2006. The Japanese aerospace exploration Agency began deve ...

                                               

Ballistic missile

A ballistic missile is on a ballistic trajectory to deliver one or more warheads to a predetermined target. These weapons are guided only during relatively brief periods - most of the flight is de-energized. Short range ballistic missiles stay wi ...

                                               

Short-range ballistic missile

Short range ballistic missile is a ballistic missile with a range of about 1000 km or less. In the past, and potential regional conflicts, these missiles were to be used because of the short distances between some countries and their relative low ...

                                               

Intermediate-range ballistic missile

Medium-range ballistic is a ballistic missile with a range of 3.000–5.500 km, between ballistic missile medium-range and Intercontinental ballistic missiles. Classifying ballistic missiles by range is done mostly for convenience, in principle, ve ...

                                               

Intercontinental ballistic missile

Intercontinental ballistic missile a ballistic missile with a minimum range of 5.500 kilometres primarily designed for nuclear weapons delivery. Similarly conventional, chemical and biological weapons can be delivered with varying effectiveness, ...

                                               

R-27 Zyb

R-27 Zyb was a submarine-launched ballistic missiles developed in the Soviet Union and employed in the Navy of the USSR from 1968 to 1988. NATO assigned the missile the reporting name SS-N-6 Serb. In the USSR, it was given the GRAU index 4K10. It ...

                                               

Agni (missile)

Missile "Agni" is from intermediate to Intercontinental ballistic short-range missiles developed by India, named after one of the five elements of nature. Agni missiles are long range, nuclear weapons capable surface to surface ballistic missiles ...

                                               

R-39M

R-39UTTH bark, the codification of NATO called RS-28, Russian, submarine-launched ballistic missiles. The missile was an upgraded version of the R-39, which was developed for the Typhoon class. The new missile was to be conducted with the new Rus ...

                                               

RSM-56 Bulava

RSM-56 "Bulava" - a ballistic missile submarine developed for the Navy Fleet and deployed in 2013 on a new class of Borei nuclear submarines with ballistic missiles. It is expected that in the future cornerstone of Russias nuclear triad, and is t ...

                                               

Ghauri (missile)

In the Ghauri–I is on land "surface-surface" medium-range ballistic missiles in current service with the Pakistan Armys strategic command of the forces subordinate to the command of the strategic plans of the Department. Under the influence of th ...

                                               

Europa (rocket)

Europe rocket was an early expendable launch system of the European carrier rocket, organisational development, which was the predecessor to the European space Agency. It was developed with the aim of providing space access technologies, and more ...

                                               

UGM-73 Poseidon

In UGM-73 missiles "Poseidon" was the second Navy nuclear weapons of the United States, submarine-launched systems of ballistic missiles, working on a two-stage solid fuel rocket. It succeeded the UGM-27 Polaris beginning in 1972, the result of s ...

                                               

R-1 (missile)

R-1 missile is a tactical ballistic missile manufactured in the Soviet Union based missiles-the German V-2. Even if it was a copy, it was manufactured using Soviet industrial plants and gave the Soviets valuable experience which later enabled the ...

                                               

Sejjil

Sejil, Sejjil, or, is a family of Iranian solid fuel ballistic missile of average range. In the Sejil are replacements for the Shahab liquid-fuel ballistic missiles. According to sources, the us Pentagon, the missile profile of the Sejil closely ...

                                               

Thor (rocket family)

Thor was the launch of the U.S. space Shuttle, derived from the PGM-17 THOR ballistic missile of average range. The Thor rocket was the first member of the rocket the Delta family of space launch vehicles. The last launch of a direct derivative o ...

                                               

Al Hussein (missile)

Al-Hussein and al-Hussein is the appointment of an Iraqi ballistic missile short range. The missile was the result of upgrading the Soviet made Scud in order to achieve greater range. The weapon was widely used by the Iraqi army during the Iran–I ...

                                               

M1 (missile)

In French, the senior ranks is the reduction of Mer-Sol Balistique Strategique, or sea-ground-strategic ballistic missile ballistic. It consists of two stages. He was deployed on not Redoutable-class SNLEs sous-Marin nuclear research Lanceur dEng ...

                                               

M2 (missile)

In the senior ranks M2 was the second French submarine ballistic missiles. In French, the senior ranks is the reduction of Mer-Sol Balistique Strategique, or sea-ground-strategic ballistic missile ballistic. It consists of two stages. He was depl ...

                                               

M20 (missile)

On the M20 was a French submarine-launched ballistic missiles deployed on the nuclear Redoutable non-class submarines since 1977. It was withdrawn from service in 1991.

                                               

M4 (missile)

The M4 was a French submarine-launched ballistic missiles deployed on the nuclear Redoutable not submarines. They entered service on 1 may 1985. They were the first French MIRV-capable nuclear missiles, with six 150 kilotonne warheads. They were ...

                                               

M45 (missile)

M45 SLBM, a French submarine-launched Navy ballistic missiles) Forty-eight M45 are in Commission in the Force oceanique strategique, the submarine nuclear deterrent component of the French Navy. The missiles, derived from the M4, were produced by ...

                                               

M51 (missile)

On SLBM M51 French ballistic missile submarines, built ArianeGroup, and deployed with the French Navy. Designed to replace the M45 SLBM, it was first deployed in 2010. Each missile carries six to ten independently targetable TN 75 thermonuclear w ...

                                               

Private (rocket)

Private was an experimental rocket developed by a California Institute of technology in the interests of the U.S. army. Tested in two different configurations, it provides a proof of concept that a fin-stabilized ballistic missiles is technologic ...

                                               

Abdali-I

In Abdali-I is a supersonic tactical surface-to-surface ballistic short-range missiles developed and the space and upper atmosphere Commission, and named in honor of Ahmad Shah Durrani. Currently in service of the Pakistani army. The program Abda ...

                                               

Aster (missile family)

A series of rocket Aster, including the Aster 15 and Aster 30 are a family of vertically launched anti-aircraft missiles. The name "Aster" originates from the mythical Greek Archer named Asterion is also get their name from the ancient Greek word ...

                                               

Burya

The storm was a supersonic Intercontinental cruise missile developed by the Lavochkin OKB, under the designation La-350 from 1954 until cancellation of the program in February 1960. Request for proposals published by the Soviet government in 1954 ...

                                               

Dongfeng (missile)

Dongfeng series, usually abbreviated missiles DF ", belong to the family of short, medium, medium-range and Intercontinental ballistic missiles of the Chinese forces of the liberation army of the people.

                                               

Zuni (rocket)

Zuni 5-inch folding-fin aircraft rocket, or just Zuni is a 5.0 in rockets developed by hunter Douglas division, Bridgeport brass company and deployed by the U.S. armed forces. The missile was designed for air-to-air and air-ground operations. It ...

                                               

Jericho (missile)

Jericho is a General designation that is given freely, belonging to the family of deployed ballistic missiles developed in Israel since the 1960s forward. The name is taken from the first development contract for the Jericho I signed between Isra ...

                                               

Hwasong-10

In Hwasong-10, also known under the names BM-25 Musudan is a mobile ballistic medium-range missile developed in North Korea. Hwasong-10 was first opened to the international community in a military parade on 10 October 2010 celebrating the 65th a ...

                                               

Prithvi (missile)

Prithvi-tactical "surface-to-surface" short-range ballistic missile, which is developed by the defence research and development India under the Integrated program of development of guided missiles. It applies the command of the strategic forces o ...

                                               

LIM-49 Spartan

Lim-49A Spartan was in the US army ballistic missile defence system designed to intercept attacking nuclear warheads of Intercontinental ballistic missiles at long range and while still outside the atmosphere. For actual deployment, five-megaton ...

                                               

Sprint (missile)

The sprint was a two-stage, solid propellant missile defense, Armed W66 enhanced radiation thermonuclear warhead used by the U.S. army. It was designed to intercept warheads after they have descended below an altitude of about 60 km, where the co ...

                                               

Tomahawk (missile)

Missile Tomahawk ground launched long-range, all-weather, jet, subsonic cruise missile, which is mostly used by US Navy and Royal Navy ship - and submarine-based land-offensive. It was designed and initially produced in the 1970-ies on the overal ...

                                               

Spacecraft

A spacecraft is a vehicle or machine designed to fly in outer space. Type artificial satellite, spacecraft are used for a variety of purposes, including communications, Earth observation, meteorology, navigation, space colonization, planetary exp ...

                                               

List of crewed spacecraft

USA 8 man air-launched suborbital space plane operated by virgin galaxies, aimed at the market of space tourism. 31 Oct 2014 during a test flight, VSS enterprise, the first ship SpaceShipTwo, broke apart in flight and crashed in the Mojave desert ...

                                               

AGILE (satellite)

AGILEs mission is to observe gamma-ray sources in the Universe. Flexible Astro rivelatore gamma Immagini Leggero in Italian high-energy Astrophysics mission dedicated to the observation in the gamma-Universe. It is very innovative instruments, un ...

                                               

Dawn (spacecraft)

Dawn is a retired space probe launched by NASA in September 2007, to study two of the three known protoplanets of the asteroid belt, Vesta and Ceres. It was retired on November 1, 2018 is currently in an uncontrolled orbit around its second targe ...

                                               

Dragonfly (spacecraft)

Dragonfly is a planned spacecraft and missions that send mobile lander robots rotorcraft on Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, to study prebiotic chemistry and extraterrestrial life in the various locations where he would perform a vertical takeo ...

                                               

Genesis (spacecraft)

The Genesis was an example of a returning NASA probe that collected samples of solar wind particles and returned them to Earth for analysis. It was the first example of NASA return mission to return material since the Apollo program and the first ...

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