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Russia’s invulnerable missile

By Guardian Exclusive
03 January 2019   |   4:24 pm
Russia has launched a new hypersonic missile system nuclear head and will be commissioned in 2019. The Avangard hypersonic system has an intercontinental range and the ability to fly as fast more than 15,000 miles per hour and 27 times faster than the speed of sound.

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