INDIA's ANTI-SATELLITE Weapons:-Concept, Effect And Power


NEW DELHI: On Wednesday, India tested an anti-satellite weapon, which states that indigenously produced interceptor is used to destroy any object in the orbit. This weapon allows for the attack on enemy satellites - blinding them or interrupting communication - as well as providing a technology base to disrupt ballistic missiles.
Using a missile that successfully destroys a low Earth orbit satellite in space, it covers a distance of 300 km to engage the target and hit the target within three minutes of its launch.
However, emphasised that the test did not change its commitment against the weapon of outer space. Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a trial called 'Mission Shakti' which was especially successful in the television announcement.

Effect And Previous Effect Of Other Anti-Satellites

China's 2007 test is considered to be the most devastating. Because the effect was at an altitude of more than 800 km (500 mi), resulting in several peripherals being in orbit. Officials said that according to India's understanding, the test does not violate any international law or treaty obligation, and in 2007 it is less harmful than the Chinese ASAT test, which caused large scale debris in space, Threatened the miscreants. "The test was done in the lower atmosphere to ensure that no space was debris.
In 2008, American testing did not create more orbital debris, and because it was at a low altitude, due to atmospheric drag, most of it fell to the earth and was burnt.
India's Foreign Ministry said in a statement that it was tested in the lower atmosphere to ensure that there was no debris in the space and whatever is left will be decay and fall back to earth in weeks.
There was no comment in Wednesday's examination of the US military command, which tracks objects in the orbit for the US military.
Destroying enemy satellites, which can provide vital intelligence and communication in the war, is considered an advanced capability. With successful testing on Wednesday, India in principle poses threat to other satellites of other countries.

Mission Shakti Based On Prior Concept Of Apj Abdul Kalam

From the perspective of India's security and economic development, today's ASAT missile will give new strength to the country. According to sources, the missile system was being developed since 2016 because the government has further demonstrated that the ballistic missile defense program is progressing at a good pace.
DRDO said that a test called 'Mission Shakti' was done from APJ Abdul Kalam Island of Odisha and the interceptor was a three-phase missile with two solid rocket boosters.


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