India , Odisha tested the state-of-the-art Agni-Prime, a nuclear-capable version of the Agni-1, on Monday, officials from the DRDO, said on the coast.
In the media, government officials stated that “India was able to successfully test a new Agni series missile known as Agni-Prime on the shores of Odisha at 10:55 a.m. today.
The new nuclear-powered missile consists entirely of composite material and a book launch,” said the sources. According to officers of the DRDO, Agni-Prime is an advanced new-generation Agni missile class version.
The missile was tracked and monitored by several telemetry and radar stations along the eastern coast.
The trajectory of the textbook has been followed, with high precision fulfilment of all mission objectives,” the officials added.
DRDO successfully developed 122mm Caliber Rocket from a Multi-Barrel Rocket Launcher (MBRL), a 122mm Caliber Rocket from Integration Test Range (ITR), in Chandipur off Odisha on July 25.
On 24 and 25 July, a wider range Pinaka rocket developed indigenically from MBRL on the ITR Chandipur off the shore of Odisha was also successfully tested by DRDO.