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Russia Tests Another Hypersonic Missile

Russia says it has successfully tested another hypersonic cross-missile Zircon in a bid to advance the world powers' arms race.

Dawn newspaper report says Russia, US, France and China are without voice-driven vehicles and the so-called hyper-sonic experience that is called Mach 5 speed.

The Defense Ministry said Admiral Gorshkov launched a Zircon missile from a warship aimed at a range of 400 kilometers (250 miles) in the Barents Sea as part of Russia's "completion of experiments" with hypersonic missile weapons.

He described it as a "successful test" and said the missile hit its target successfully. The missile was tested in light of plans to equip both Russian warships and submarines with zircon.

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In February 2019, Vladimir Putin revealed the development of a new weapon in the country, saying that it could reach its target in both sea and land and had a range of one thousand kilometers (about 620 miles) and that The speed is 9 mph.

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Russia's latest test of Zircon came after Western reports said that China had tested a hypersonic missile off the coast of southern China in July and that its speed was five times faster than sound.

Until the experiment, none of the world powers had demonstrated a comparison of expertise in medium-range missile launches.

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China later denied the report, saying it was a routine experiment to re-use a used space rocket.

Russia is promoting the development of a number of missiles that will defeat the current defense systems, including the Sarmat intercontinental missile and the Barostatic cross missile.

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