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Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby ramana » 15 Mar 2017 00:55

Yes two impact but different dates 8 May and 9 May.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Gyan » 15 Mar 2017 11:05

LokeshC wrote:
shiv wrote:On BRF this post would be classified as "general knowledge"

An object coasting at Mach 3 at 60 km without power cannot glide because of lack of enough atmosphere at 60,000 meters


:mrgreen:

I missed that detail. Ok Mach 3 at 60km is a stone that's falling straight down.


It will not fall straight down due to initial forward inertia, which will not be zero at the pinnacle. It will be fall in a parabolic path and will glide when it encounters atmosphere. So it will be flattish parabolic curve.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Gyan » 15 Mar 2017 11:06

We need someone like vina or arun vishkarma to plug it in a proper mathematical model.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Prasad » 15 Mar 2017 13:56

MLPGM test GIF from a Lakshya. From AI '17
https://twitter.com/delhidefence/status ... 8424574976

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby srai » 15 Mar 2017 16:37

Prasad wrote:MLPGM test GIF from a Lakshya. From AI '17
https://twitter.com/delhidefence/status ... 8424574976


MLPGM Details:
BRF post by by Indranil » 12 Jan 2015 21:45

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby LokeshC » 15 Mar 2017 16:42

Gyan wrote:
LokeshC wrote: :mrgreen:

I missed that detail. Ok Mach 3 at 60km is a stone that's falling straight down.


It will not fall straight down due to initial forward inertia, which will not be zero at the pinnacle. It will be fall in a parabolic path and will glide when it encounters atmosphere. So it will be flattish parabolic curve.


I know it won't fall straight down. I should have said the downward acceleration would be close to g.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Sid » 15 Mar 2017 23:36

srai wrote:
Prasad wrote:MLPGM test GIF from a Lakshya. From AI '17
https://twitter.com/delhidefence/status ... 8424574976


MLPGM Details:
BRF post by by Indranil » 12 Jan 2015 21:45


How can DRDO propose miniaturised MMW seeker for MLPGM but say NAG's diameter/size it not appropriate for it? Does that mean MMW at that size may not able to detect targets at required 7KM ranges.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby ramana » 16 Mar 2017 01:13

Gyan wrote:We need someone like vina or arun vishkarma to plug it in a proper mathematical model.



Gyan, It needs repeated calculation using excel or computer program.

Basically use the initial conditions, velocity and height.

After that one has to calculate the drag and lift at each increment and subtract the drag effect on the velocity to get new initial conditions for iterating the solution. The lift component will add more range to the body.
You can use standard Cd and Cl coefficients for a long cylinder without loss of generality. usually this is plugged in as table into the calculation.
Manually takes an hour or two.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Austin » 17 Mar 2017 10:22

Plans to induct new anti-tank missiles could get delayed
The army may have to wait longer to induct new anti-tank guided missiles (ATGM), as the defence ministry has appointed a committee to examine a Rs 3,200-crore deal that was about to be closed.

An army source told Hindustan Times that a committee, headed by a two-star general, will examine procedural aspects of the deal for Israeli Spike ATGM systems, manufactured by Rafael Advanced Defence Systems Ltd.

While India chose the Israeli ATGM over US defence and aerospace firm Raytheon’s Javelin system three years ago, the deal was delayed as commercial issues needed to be ironed out.

“The deal was ready to be put up for clearance by the Cabinet Committee on Security. But now we will have to wait for the panel’s report,” the source said on the condition of anonymity .



Low blows in US-Israel missile contract race
According to the complaints that have been filed with the Indian partners Raytheon and Lockheed Martin companies, of Rafael could potentially use unfair methods to hide the shortcomings of anti-tank Spike-LR in the tests, which took place in 2015 at the various Indian sites. Of Rafael, it is believed to be then applied to several members of the evaluation committee missile tests to all costs (primarily financial methods) to convince them to opt for a rocket Spike-LR. This fact may explain the difference in the characteristics obtained in the test report and the final report prepared by the Staff of the Army of India a few months later.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby JayS » 17 Mar 2017 16:45

Seminar on Brahmos and Astra missile integration on Su-30MKI


- Su-30 can go upto 5G with Brahmos under its belly.
- No change in the Control laws of Su-30 due to Brahmos.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Indranil » 17 Mar 2017 22:41



The first launcher built in India: the largest in the world.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby ramana » 18 Mar 2017 04:10

So even anti tank missile procurement has lafada.
When will Army realize if they don't buyou DRDO they will be disarmed by their own procedures and rules to prevent corruption. There will be war folks and these khoi hain guys will argue what to buy. And will escape hanging as they retire and write opinion pieces.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Rakesh » 19 Mar 2017 04:53

That Astra BVRAAM video slowed down a little more
https://twitter.com/livefist/status/842653382838013952

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Rakesh » 19 Mar 2017 05:10

Enhancing Firepower – BrahMos
http://www.indiandefencereview.com/news ... r-brahmos/

By Sqn Ldr Vijainder K Thakur - Former Fighter Pilot with extensive flying experience on IAF Jaguar and HF-24 Marut

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby srai » 19 Mar 2017 10:15

With all the new long-range heavy cruise missiles with ranges of 450km-1000km being developed, it makes sense for the IAF/IN to look into a long-range bomber to carry these. The bombers need to be big enough to carry multiple missiles that are 6 meters long and weight 3,000kg.

  • Brahmos -> 450km & 800km
  • Nirbhay -> 1000km
  • LRCM -> 1000km

A squadron of Tu-22MKI comes to mind :twisted:

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Indranil » 20 Mar 2017 22:13

This is big. HSTDV to have first flight by end of this year. They have done a lot of work on the combustor. Very interesting how they have created the test conditions on ground.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Indranil » 20 Mar 2017 23:08

HOW DRDL overcame combustion instability in its dual pulse solid motors. It took them 5-6 years and about 150 full scale rocket firings.


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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Indranil » 20 Mar 2017 23:21

And ISRO scramjet project.This is based on hydrogen based fuel.


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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Supratik » 20 Mar 2017 23:36

How is the HSDTV different from hypersonic Brahmos other than range?

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Indranil » 21 Mar 2017 03:31

Origin of design and IP rights.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby ramana » 23 Mar 2017 04:22

Indranil or KaranM,
A few questions on Nirbhaya:
- What is the wingspan area?
- What is the turbofan thrust?

Have we compared to Tomahawk in terms of overall weights, turbofan thrust and wing areas?

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Indranil » 23 Mar 2017 07:19

It is not the aerodynamics or the structures. They are basically cigars with highly loaded wings. The fuel efficiency of the engines are also nearly the same. Right now they are making the aerostructures out of metal, because they havn't finalized the design. Making the cigar out of composite material is very simple for NAL now. And on doing that, they will probably gain another 10-15% in range.

The true difference is the miniaturization of the electronics. Khans are a good 20 years ahead of us in this. But khan is at state-of-art, we are playing catch up, and this is about electronics. Unlike materials, we can close this gap in 5-10 years, if we put our heart and sole into it. The effect of miniaturization is not just weight reduction of the LRUs themselves, but the structural elements that support them. For example, on Rustom-2 consolidating multiple LRUs into a single one is not reducing the weight of the LRUs themselves, but reducing the weight of the structures needed to support them. All this saved volume and weight directly converts to more fuel. And that can give us anywhere between 50-100% gain in range.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby kurup » 26 Mar 2017 09:56

New Warnings for March 31 / April 1

INDIA EAST COAST – OFF PARADIP (.)CHARTS 31 351 352 353 INT71 (.)

EXPERIMENTAL FLIGHT TRIAL SCHEDULED FROM ITR ON 31 MAR AND 01 APR 17FROM 0430-0830 UTC IN DANGER ZONE BOUNDED BY

18-11.47N085-47.16E, 18-40.21N 089-17.82E, 20-18.33N 088-42.27E,18-34.14N085-38.51E

2. CANCEL THIS MSG 010930 UTC APR17

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Any idea what the missile will be ??

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Singha » 26 Mar 2017 10:15

Astra or brahmos-a

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby sudhan » 26 Mar 2017 13:29

Could be a ship launched bmos-ER..

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby arun » 26 Mar 2017 15:32

kurup wrote:New Warnings for March 31 / April 1


Thanks Kurup for the effort of plotting the exclusion zone and computing the length 8) .

Any idea what the missile will be ??


Concur with Sudhan. My guess is also that it is a test for the ship launched version of the 450 km extended range Brahmos.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby JayS » 28 Mar 2017 01:05

Interesting data point I got from one program (from 2015) on CNBC about TSI which got contract to supply Special Purpose Trailer for Agni-5. One for each missile. Total 48 are on order, to be supplied in 3yrs or so.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby ranjan.rao » 28 Mar 2017 01:31

very interesting statistic. There is little information on the numbers or production rates of agni series. Trailer should put a lower limit on the missile force. Just curious can trailer be airlifted or transported through train?

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Cosmo_R » 28 Mar 2017 01:35

srai wrote:With all the new long-range heavy cruise missiles with ranges of 450km-1000km being developed, it makes sense for the IAF/IN to look into a long-range bomber to carry these. The bombers need to be big enough to carry multiple missiles that are 6 meters long and weight 3,000kg.
...


What is the use scenario? Against whom might we use the TU22?

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Cosmo_R » 28 Mar 2017 02:04

I much prefer the CMCA:
"a single 747 CMCA could launch 72 AGM-86 ALCMs on a single sortie, which is absolutely impressive considering a B-52 can carry up to 20. Satellite data links and other forms of communication could have allowed for the CMCA's missiles to be re-programmed from external sources while the aircraft was already in flight. The "hump" area behind the cockpit that is usually reserved for first class passengers on airline versions of the 747 had enough square footage that limited command and control and network relay functions could be added to the basic CMCA concept. "

http://foxtrotalpha.jalopnik.com/why-bo ... 1605150371

The Ohio class converted into SSGNs are even better 154 CMs and stealthy too.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby srai » 28 Mar 2017 05:05

Cosmo_R wrote:
srai wrote:With all the new long-range heavy cruise missiles with ranges of 450km-1000km being developed, it makes sense for the IAF/IN to look into a long-range bomber to carry these. The bombers need to be big enough to carry multiple missiles that are 6 meters long and weight 3,000kg.
...


What is the use scenario? Against whom might we use the TU22?


Same as Su-30MKI with a Brahmos-ER but bit more (range, quantity and variety). Strategic command use would be the other. Current generation of indigenous ALCMs are huge; they are basically large ground-launched missiles being adapted for a relatively small aerial platform in MKI. A larger bomber platform like Tu-22 would be a better fit for these big ALCMs.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby ramdas » 28 Mar 2017 06:33

@JayS: Do you have a link to the interview ? Are the 48 only for Agni-5 or also for Agni-4 (which is also road mobile)

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Cain Marko » 28 Mar 2017 07:27

srai wrote:
Cosmo_R wrote:
What is the use scenario? Against whom might we use the TU22?


Same as Su-30MKI with a Brahmos-ER but bit LOT more (range, quantity and variety). Strategic command use would be the other. Current generation of indigenous ALCMs are huge; they are basically large ground-launched missiles being adapted for a relatively small aerial platform in MKI. A larger bomber platform like Tu-22 would be a better fit for these big ALCMs.


No argument here, just a slight mod....

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Austin » 28 Mar 2017 10:54

India to buy Spike anti-tank missiles from Rafael

http://www.defensenews.com/articles/ind ... rom-rafael

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Pratyush » 28 Mar 2017 11:18

Can spike ident8fy the target between 11 am to 3 pm during summers in the Indian desert at full range.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby jayasimha » 28 Mar 2017 11:51

was this posted? May be deleted if re-post
http://www.hydrobharat.nic.in/downloads ... _force.pdf

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MAR TO 01 APR 17 FROM 0130-0730 AND 0830-1430 UTC IN DANGER AREA BOUNDED BY (A)
19-14.60N 084-53.70E (B) 19-07.39N 085-35.94E (C) 18-33.61N 084-53.74E AND ARC OF 41 NM
RADIUS JOINING POINT B AND C
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 011530 UTC APR 17
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DTG 141001Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 207
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INDIA WEST COAST – KOCHI (.) CHARTS 22 220 260 2029 INT 71(.) FIRING BY NAVAL
COAST BATTERY SCHEDULED ON 17, 21, 24, 28 MAR 17 FROM 0900-1200 UTC AND 31 MAR 17
FROM 0900-1200 AND 1230-1430 UTC IN DANGER AREA BOUNDED BY 09-57.5N 075-59.5E,
09-57.7N 076-14.2E, 09-44N 076-17.5E, 09-42.5N 076-09.5E
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 311530 UTC MAR 17
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DTG 161001Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 216
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INDIA WEST COAST – SAFETY FAIRWAY OFF MUMBAI (.) CHARTS 21 255 292 INT 71 (.)
GTV SAMUDRA SARVEKSHAK PROGRESSING SOIL CORING IN 18-01.1N 072-22.7E, 18-08.2N
072-25.3E,18-08.5N 072-22.1E, 18-52.1N 072-19.6E, 18-53.3N 071-52.5E, 18-52.5N 071-25.4E, 18-53.9N
071-20.3E, 19-00.0N 071-17.2E, 19-39.9N 071-35.7E, 19-13.9N 072-05.8E
2. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED
3. CANCEL NAVAREA VIII MSG 184 AND THIS MSG 101830 UTC APR 17
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DTG 161002Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 217
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INDIA WEST COAST – OFF HEERA ODA (.) CHARTS 21 211 255 INT 71 (.) MV GAL
INSTALLER AND AHT ALBATROSS PROGRESSING SUBSEA OPS IN AREA BOUNDED WITHIN
18-38.4N TO 18-40.2N AND 072-12E TO 072-13.8E
2. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 301830 UTC APR 17
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DTG 171002Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 219
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INDIA EAST COAST – CENTRAL BAY OF BENGAL (.)CHARTS 32 INT 71 (.) FIRING BY CG
AIRCRAFT SCHEDULED DAILY FROM 22 – 31 MAR 17 FROM 0130 - 1130 UTC IN DANGER
AREA BOUNDED WITHIN 13-30N TO 14-30N AND 082-00E TO 082-40E
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 311230 UTC MAR 17
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DTG 171003Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 220
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ANDAMAN SEA – OFF MYANMAR (.) CHARTS 41 371 472 INT 71 (.) FIRING BY NAVAL
SHIPS SCHEDULED DAILY FROM 22 MAR – 07 APR 17 IN DANGER AREA BOUNDED WITHIN
13-50N TO 15-00N AND 093-30E TO 094-40E
2. WIDE BERTH OF 2 NM REQUESTED
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 071830 UTC APR 17
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DTG 201004Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 230
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ANDAMAN SEA – OFF YANGON RIVER (.)CHARTS 41 452 4019 INT 71(.) UPPER FLOAT
FL G 7S (16-20.5N 096-20.1E), LOWER FLOAT FL G 3S (16-17.14N 096-17.8E), PORT (16-23.25N 096-
21.47E), STBD (16-22.60N 096-21.80E), STBD FL G 4S (16-28.62N 096-19.08E) BUOYS LAID
(.)THURA PHYO KYAW LIN WRECK BUOY (16-24N 096-21E) ADRIFT
2. CANCEL NAVAREA VIII MSG 167
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DTG 211004Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 236
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INDIA WEST COAST – OFF MUMBAI (.)CHARTS 21 211 255 INT 71 (.) CS ASEAN
REPORTER PROGRESSING CABLE REPAIR USING ROV IN VICINITY OF 19-00.9N 072-12.6E,
19-01N 072-13.7E, 19-00.5N 072-13.7E, 19-00.4N 072-12.6E, 19-00.7N 072-13.1E
2. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 291830 UTC MAR 17
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DTG 211005Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 237
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INDIA WEST COAST (.) CHARTS 251 254 255 292 INT 71 (.) RIG LIST
ABAN III 18-55.85N 072-18.35E
ABAN IV 18-43.45N 072-22.32E
ACTINIA 19-19.60N 071-01.60E
CE THORNTON 18-40.10N 072-13.56E
DYNAMIC VISION 19-11.03N 072-11.12E
DEEP SEA FORTUNE 19-14.65N 071-26.03E
DEEP SEA FOSSIL 19-01.97N 071-32.56E
FG MCCLINTOCK 18-32.70N 072-13.95E
GALVESTON KEY 20-32.79N 071-58.41E
GREAT DRILL CHAARU 19-11.99N 072-11.15E
GREAT DRILL CHAAYA 18-39.21N 070-58.85E
GREAT DRILL CHITRA 20-17.61N 071-16.76ENEW
HARVEY H WARD 18-34.57N 072-16.74E
JINDAL STAR 19-34.75N 071-59.00E
JT ANGEL 20-19.60N 071-12.51E
NOBLE ED HOLT 19-12.80N 072-06.78E
PARAGON L-786 19-19.47N 071-23.29E
PARAGON M 1161 19-27.55N 071-11.25E
PARAMESWARA 22-49.50N 068-17.75E
RON TAPPMEYAR 19-25.44N 071-19.53E
ROWAN LOUISIANA 18-28.02N 072-17.17E
SAGAR GAURAV 22-38.90N 068-25.20E
SAGAR SHAKTI 19-15.09N 070-52.83E
SAGAR JYOTI 18-56.77N 071-54.32E
SAGAR KIRAN 19-25.95N 071-13.04E
SAGAR UDAY 22-58.80N 068-35.90E
TRIDENT II 19-27.37N 071-17.94E
VALIANT DRILLER 19-34.43N 071-23.09E
VIRTUE-I 20-19.05N 072-00.85E
VIVEKANANDA-1 20-32.06N 072-09.16E
VIVEKANANDA-2 19-00.26N 071-51.96E
2. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED
3. CANCEL NAVAREA VIII MSG 210
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DTG 211006Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 238
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INDIA EAST COAST (.) CHARTS 355 356 INT 706 (.) RIG LIST
ABAN ABRAHAM 16-11.40N 082-10.06E
ABAN II 15-22.31N 080-30.51E
DEEP DRILLER 5 14-01.71N 080-19.21E NEW
DS MATDRILL 16-21.37N 081-58.64E
JACK BATES 16-15.28N 082-12.98E
RIG 805 16-40.18N 082-25.72E
SAGAR BHUSHAN 16-30.05N 082-22.05E
SAGAR RATNA 16-22.40N 081-58.65E
SAGAR VIJAY 16-19.70N 082-10.85E
2. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED
3. CANCEL NAVAREA VIII MSG 211
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DTG 221001Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 240
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INDIA EAST COAST – OFF CHENNAI (.)CHARTS 32 313 INT 71 (.) RV SAMUDRA
KAUSTUBH PROGRESSING SURVEY IN AREA BOUNDED BY 13-48.6N 080-29.0E, 13-24.3N
080-31.9E, 12-59.8N 080-18.6E, 13-48.6N 080-28.2E, 12-59.8N 080-36.3E, 13-24.3N 080-23.8E
2. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 021830 UTC APR 17
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DTG 231002Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 244
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INDIA WEST COAST – OFF MUMBAI (.)CHARTS 211 255 INT 71(.) MV FLAMBOYAN WILL
PROGRESS SURVEY FROM 24 MAR 17 IN VICINITY OF 19-42.2N 071-04.3E, 19-41.4N 072-04.5E,
19-03.1N 072-12.2E, 19-17.4N 071-05.5E, 18-40.9N 070-57.4E, 18-40.8N 071-03.8E, 18-34N 071-03.8E,
18-34.1N 070-57.3E, 18-42.5N 072-10E, 18-44.6N 072-15.9E, 18-32.3N 072-18.4E, 18-32.4N 072-11.1E
2. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 301830 UTC APR 17
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DTG 241001Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 248
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LAKSHADWEEP SEA – OFF COLOMBO (.)CHARTS 23 263 INT 71 (.) NAVAL FIRING
PRACTICE SCHEDULED FROM 270230 – 270630 UTC AND 300300 – 301100 UTC MAR 17 IN
DANGER AREA BOUNDED BY 07-19N 079-10E, 07-16N 079-30E, 07-06N 079-30E, 07-03N 079-10E
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 301200 UTC MAR 17
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DTG 241002Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 249
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INDIA WEST COAST – OFF NETRANI I(.)CHARTS 22 216 293 INT 71 (.) FIRING BY NAVAL
SHIPS SCHEDULED ON 28 MAR 17 FROM 0330 - 0830 UTC IN DANGER AREA BOUNDED
WITHIN 13-56.2N TO 14-07.2N AND 074-13.6E TO 074-25.07E
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 280930 UTC MAR 17
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DTG 241003Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 250
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INDIA WEST COAST – OFF MUMBAI (.) CHARTS 21 253 255 292 INT 71 (.) SV FUGRO
MAPPER WILL PROGRESS SURVEY FROM 25 MAR 17 IN VICINITY OF 18-31.8N 072-16.7E, 19-
21.1N 071-14.6E, 19-08.7N 071-55.2E, 18-29.9N 072-15.0E, 19-07.7N 071-59.9E, 18-01.1N 072-22.7E,
18-08.2N 072-25.2E,18-08.5N 072-22.1E, 19-27.4N 071-17.9E,19-20.3N 072-05.6E, 19-15.5N 072-08.2E,
19-39.5N 071-17.8E, 20-08.9N 071-44.9E, 19-16.8N 071-21.3E
2. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 241830 UTC APR 17
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DTG 241004Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 251
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LAKSHADWEEP SEA – OFF COLOMBO (.)CHARTS 23 263 264 INT 71 (.) NAVAL FIRING
PRACTICE SCHEDULED ON 29 MAR 17 FROM 0330 - 0930 UTC IN DANGER AREA BOUNDED
WITHIN 06-35N TO 06-50N AND 079-25E TO 079-39E
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 291030 UTC MAR 17
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DTG 241005Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 252
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INDIA EAST COAST – OFF KAKINADA (.)CHARTS 31 INT 71 (.) FIRING BY NAVAL SHIPS
SCHEDULED FROM 301400 – 301800 UTC AND 310001 – 310600 UTC MAR 17 IN DANGER AREA
BOUNDED BY 16-14N 084-00E, 15-30N 083-24E, 14-58N 083-59E, 14-56N 084-46E, 15-28N 084-58E
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 310700 UTC MAR 17
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DTG 241006Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 253
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INDIA EAST COAST – OFF PARADIP (.)CHARTS 31 351 352 353 INT71 (.) EXPERIMENTAL
FLIGHT TRIAL SCHEDULED FROM ITR ON 31 MAR AND 01 APR 17FROM 0430-0830 UTC IN
DANGER ZONE BOUNDED BY 18-11.47N085-47.16E, 18-40.21N 089-17.82E, 20-18.33N 088-42.27E,
18-34.14N085-38.51E
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 010930 UTC APR17
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DTG 241008Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 255
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NAVAREA VIII WARNINGS IN FORCE AS ON 24 MAR 17
2016 SERIES - 432 464 572 644 685 702 723 729 779 780
2017 SERIES – 016 050 061 063 119 151 158 169 173 182 183 189 194 196 198 202
207 216 217 219 220 230 233 234 235 236 237 238 240 242 243 244 246 248 249
250 251 252 253 254
(A) NAVAREA VIII WARNINGS LESS THAN 42 DAYS PROMULGATED VIA SAFETYNET
(B) TEXT OF NAVAREA VIII WARNINGS INFORCE INCLUDING THOSE WHICH NO LONGER
BROADCAST AVAILABLE IN WWW.HYDROBHARAT.GOV.IN
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 311000 UTC MAR 17
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DTG 241009Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 256
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INDIAN OCEAN – OFF KENYA (.) CHARTINT 71 (.) MV FUGRO DISCOVERY
PROGRESSING SURVEY IN AREAS BOUNDED BY 04-20S 039-47E, 04-05S, 039-47E, 04-05S 039-
50E, 04-00S 039-50E, 04-20S 041-00E, 04-00S 041-00E AND 04-20S 039-43E, 04-20S 041-00E, 04-41.1S
041-00E, 04-41.1S 039-43E
2. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 241000 UTC APR 17
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DTG 241010Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 257
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INDIA WEST COAST – SAFETY FAIRWAY OFF MUMBAI (.)CHARTS 21 255 INT 71 (.) SV
POLAR MARQUIS PROGRESSING SEISMIC SURVEY IN AREA BOUNDED BY 18-52N 070-56E, 19-
00N 071-18E, 18-55N 071-24.7E, 18-58N 071-33.2E, 18-49N 071-38.6E, 18-38.3N 071-08.5E, 18-45.4N
070-59.2E, 18-44.2N 070-56.2E, 18-45.2N 070-53.6E, 18-47N 070-52.2E (.) VESSEL TOWING 10
STREAMERS OF 6 KM
2. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED
3. CANCEL NAVAREA VIII MSG 151 AND THIS MSG 161830 UTC APR 17
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DTG 241011Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 258
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INDIA EAST COAST – OFF KRISHNAPATNAM (.)CHARTS 31 INT 71 (.) MSG SAGAR
PROGRESSING SURVEY IN AREA BOUNDED BY 15-24.5N 085-50.4E, 14-59.5N 085-25.7E, 14-
00.9N 084-29.8E, 13-31.1N 083-48.4E, 15-41.6N 083-37.7E, 16-14.2N 084-26.9E, 16-34.7N 084-47.8E
2. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 291830 UTC MAR 17
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DTG 271001Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 263
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INDIA EAST COAST- CHENNAI (.)CHARTS 32 313 3004 INT 71 (.)FIRING BY NAVAL
COAST BATTERY SCHEDULED ON 31 MAR 17 FROM 0530 - 0730 UTC
2. DANGER SECTOR EXTENDING UPTO 5.5 NM BETWEEN BEARING 045 AND 075 FROM
13-07.02N 080-18.01E
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 310830 UTC MAR 17
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DTG 271002Z
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 264
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INDIA WEST COAST – GULF OF KHAMBHAT (.) CHARTS 21 254 INT 71(.)MV FOCUS
SURVEYOR AND EXPLORER PROGRESSINGSEISMIC SURVEY IN AREA BOUNDED BY 21-00.0N
071-45.0E, 21-12.5N 072-09.9E, 21-05.9N 072-00.6E, 21-03.3N 072-02.7E, 21-08.3N 072-09.9E, 21-00.1N
072-10.2E
2. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 161830 UTC APR 17
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DTG 271003Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 265
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ANDAMAN SEA – OFF YANGON RIVER (.)CHARTS 41 452 4019 INT 71 (.) SURVEY FOR
PILOT STATION IN PROGRESS IN 16-13.12N 096-16.95E
2. WIDE BERTH REQUESTED
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 311830 UTC MAR 17
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DTG 271004Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 266
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INDIA WEST COAST - GULF OF KACHCHH (.) CHARTS 203 INT 71 (.) SALAYA CHANNEL
BUOYS RANWARA AND CHANDRI RETRIEVED
2. CANCEL NAVAREA VIII MSG 262
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DTG 271005Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 267
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BAY OF BENGAL – OFF TRINCOMALEE (.)CHARTS 359 3014 INT 71 (.) NAVAL FIRING
PRACTICE SCHEDULED ON 01 APR 17 FROM 0230 – 0830 UTC IN DANGER AREA BOUNDED
WITHIN 08-20N TO 08-30N AND 081-30E TO 081-40E
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 010930 UTC APR 17
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DTG 271006Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 268
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NW INDIAN OCEAN (.) CHART INT 71 (.) TUG NORTHWIND TOWING MFV VERANO
WITH 500 M TOWLENGH TO ALANG (.) PCS AT 270800 UTC MAR 17 04-02N 064-17E / 020 / 5.5
2. CANCEL NAVAREA VIII MSG 261
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DTG 271007Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 269
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NE INDIAN OCEAN (.) CHART INT 71 (.) CAPSIZED FISHING VESSEL WITH GREY AND
BLUE HULL REPORTED ADRIFT 09-10S 092-44E AT 270821 UTC MAR 17
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 300900 UTC MAR 17
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DTG 271008Z/MAR
FROM NAVAREA VIII CO-ORDINATOR TO NAVAREA VIII – 270
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CANCEL NAVAREA VIII MSG 780/16 AND THIS MSG
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NAVAREA VIII – WARNINGS IN FORCE AS ON 27 MAR 2017
2016 SERIES –432 464 572 644 685 702 723 729 779
2017 SERIES –016 050 061 063 119 158 169 173 183 189 194 196 198 202 207 216
217 219 220 230 236 237 238 240 244 248 249 250 251 252 253 255 256 257 258
263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Austin » 28 Mar 2017 12:04

Pratyush wrote:Can spike ident8fy the target between 11 am to 3 pm during summers in the Indian desert at full range.


Yes it cleared all test conducted by IA.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby sudhan » 28 Mar 2017 12:14

Jayasimha, you could look for keywords like ' Experimental flight' and pick out the relevant NAVAREA warnings..

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby jayasimha » 28 Mar 2017 12:17

^^ sure will do.

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Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion - June'14

Postby Austin » 29 Mar 2017 11:49

http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/zirc ... 15296.html

WHEN WILL INDIA HAVE ITS OWN HYPERSONIC MISSILE


Russia may have taken the lead in developing a hypersonic missile, but India is not far behind. India is developing a second generation BrahMos-II missile is collaboration with Russia. The missile will use the same scramjet technology that Zircon has.
The BrahMos-II is expected to have a range of 600 km. The missile is expected to be ready for testing by 2020.


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