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    Re: P-800 Oniks and BrahMos

    Post  Viktor on Mon Nov 10, 2014 6:56 pm

    Very Happy russia

    Brahmos-M

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    Re: P-800 Oniks and BrahMos

    Post  George1 on Mon Nov 10, 2014 9:03 pm

    Viktor wrote:Very Happy russia

    Brahmos-M


    is this the air-launched variant of brahmos?
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    Post  Cyberspec on Mon Nov 10, 2014 10:31 pm

    George1 wrote:

    Brahmos-M



    is this the air-launched variant of brahmos?

    Yes, I think so....it's significantly shorter than the original and if I remeber correctly it should be faster (over mach 3)
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    Re: P-800 Oniks and BrahMos

    Post  George1 on Mon Nov 16, 2015 5:11 am

    The russian version of P-800 (Oniks) has a range of about 600km??


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    Re: P-800 Oniks and BrahMos

    Post  Austin on Mon Nov 16, 2015 6:27 am

    George1 wrote:The russian version of P-800 (Oniks) has a range of about 600km??

    500 km in Hi-Lo Profile

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    Re: P-800 Oniks and BrahMos

    Post  Arrow on Mon Nov 16, 2015 11:02 am

    P-800 has range about 300km.
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    Post  George1 on Mon Nov 16, 2015 11:51 am

    Arrow wrote:P-800 has range about 300km.

    The export version, "Yakhont"


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    Post  George1 on Wed Apr 20, 2016 10:57 pm

    First Export Contract for BrahMos Cruise Missiles to Be Signed in 2016

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/military/20160420/1038300606/brahmos-export-contract.html#ixzz46P12uOl9


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    Post  max steel on Fri May 20, 2016 12:24 am

    IronsightSniper wrote:What Garry said. The Klub is a far more superior and entertaining missile than the Onyx. Anywho, I give the Sea Ram, Sea Sparrow, and ESSM a good chance of intercepting the first 1 or 2 Onyx/Klubs. However, after doing the some radar horizon formulas, the maximum detection range of a 5 meter skimming Klub(3 meters will put it danger close to ocean waves, converting it into a Shkval) against an AN/SPY-1 mounted 16 meters equals to about 25.7 km. Traveling at 986 meters per second(M. 2.9), that would make the time from detection to impact out to 26 seconds. Against a Phalanx, penetration of the ship's defensive systems are almost guaranteed. Against Sea Ram, Sea Sparrow, and ESSM, again, good chance that the first 2 Klubs will get hit. Against the Steregushchy class of corvettes(2 are commissioned, each can carry 6 Klubs), that would mean a saturation fire of 12 Klubs, with minimal losses to them due to AEGIS. Assuming they're fired against a Nimitz class, assume 4 are intercepted, 8 Klubs = 1.6 tonnes of explosives detonating within the Nimitz. From Kinetic energy alone, each would generate about 20 kg of TNT equivalent upon impact, and depending on where they hit, I give it a fair probability of sinking said carrier.

    seems plausible
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    Re: P-800 Oniks and BrahMos

    Post  GarryB on Fri May 20, 2016 12:23 pm

    There are so many variables... a clever enemy might have shore based container launchers... camouflaged and firing one every half hour or so... an AEGIS based carrier group can easily deal with this but after a day of this your nerves will be on edge... when real missiles are coming no one will be sleeping... then suddenly one missile is actually 50 missiles... out of decoys?

    Even launching the attack to coincide with a storm... in heavy seas no ship will be able to defend itself that well...

    Wait until they have turned off their main radars to communicate via satellite...

    Attack is easier than defence... even just launching an attack to make the group turn to an area you have already laid with captor mines (ie torpedo mines)...


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    Post  Isos on Fri May 20, 2016 12:42 pm

    How many Oniks could you put on Sov's or Udaloy's instead of Moskits by using the same configuration as on Nanushka IV ? They achieve to put 2*(3+3)missiles on a small ship, they could easily put 2*(4+4+4) missiles or more on them.

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    Re: P-800 Oniks and BrahMos

    Post  George1 on Wed Sep 07, 2016 3:26 pm

    Russia may buy BrahMos cruise missiles for Su-30SM fighters — source

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    Re: P-800 Oniks and BrahMos

    Post  medo on Tue Nov 15, 2016 11:09 pm



    At the end of the video, coastal complex Bastion with Onyx missiles was used against ground terrorist targets in Syria. Onyx is also supersonic land attack cruise missile.
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    Post  hoom on Wed Nov 16, 2016 8:29 am

    I suspect the land launched ones would be previously delivered (& supposedly destroyed by Israeli bombing a couple of times) Syrian Yakhont rather than Onyx?

    Does this cause INF treaty issues if the land Onyx have always had land attack ability?
    I guess with Shoigus' 450km land attack range it's still within the 500km limit for that.
    Quite a fortuitous timing for leaking that number smaller than the previously rumored 600km just before... Suspect

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    Post  Austin on Wed Nov 16, 2016 11:14 am

    The Kalbir Cruise missile have used Explosive as can be be seen with the video and post destruction.

    Bastion Hit seems to be just a kinetic one , Just a big hole on top no destruction caused by explosive around the large hole , no video footage of explosive unlike kalbir hit.

    All targets hit are quite big looks like some sort of longish warehouse ....the destruction is propotional to explosive , Unless there is secondary explosion caused by explosive kept there or flamable substance there wont be any huge destruction beyond the kalbir explosive.
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    Post  gaurav on Tue Nov 22, 2016 12:39 pm

    Austin wrote:The Kalibr Cruise missile have used Explosive as can be be seen with the video and post destruction.

    Bastion Hit seems to be just a kinetic one , Just a big hole on top no destruction caused by explosive around the large hole , no video footage of explosive unlike kalbir hit.

    I think they are using low yield explosives for Kalibre. Normally Calibre explosion is very huge. In the above video the xplosion from Kalibre is shown to be very low yield of the order of 60-80 Kg high explosive only.

    In bastion case the video is shown after the explosion has taken place.

    Normally both Kalibre and Bastion can take 500-600 kgs of explosives.

    Bastion complexes recently were added to lot of areas like Crimea , 2 regiments 36 launchers(my guess) , further in kaliningrad 2 regiments 36 launchers, in Arctic  and Kurils (pacific fleet) around 4 units.

    Hence there is a clear expansion of Bastion network along all the Russias very critical military regions.
    They will not reveal the full specs of Bastion missile.These pics are the only thing we have got for this  missile.

    Also Kalibre missiles are also a changin.They have very high pick up and ramjet engine mode .That is quite different from early launches of september 2015 when Russia started the campaign. They are almost launched like S-300 missiles.
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    Re: P-800 Oniks and BrahMos

    Post  GarryB on Wed Nov 23, 2016 8:03 am

    If you look at Georges post in number 104 you will see that Onyx got an upgrade... I rather suspect the upgrade included the ability to find and hit targets on land... likely based on work with India giving Brahmos the same capabilities...


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    Post  GarryB on Thu Nov 24, 2016 10:01 am

    Sadly you don't get such common sense blogs in places like the Jamestown institute or CNN or BBC... if only such views were more widely felt...

    America and Russia don't have to be best buddies... a bit of mutual respect however can go a long way for both sides.


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    Post  hoom on Fri Nov 25, 2016 4:33 pm

    I suspect the land launched ones would be previously delivered (& supposedly destroyed by Israeli bombing a couple of times) Syrian Yakhont rather than Onyx?
    Answering myself, was just reading that Putin had specifically ordered defenses for Russian forces in Syria from air & sea, Shoigu quoted saying that Bastions are deployed along with S300, Pantsir etc so they would be Russian ones then.
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    Re: P-800 Oniks and BrahMos

    Post  George1 on Sat Jan 28, 2017 1:59 am

    Russia and India to develop BrahMos light cruise missile for PAK FA 5th-generation jet

    The missile has a range of 290 km and carries a warhead weighing from 200 to 300 kg

    REUTOV, January 27. /TASS/. The BrahMos light cruise missile will be mounted both in submarines’ torpedo launchers and on Russia’s fifth-generation T-50 PAK FA (Prospective Airborne Complex of Frontline Aviation) fighter jet, CEO and General Designer of the Machine-Building R&D Consortium Alexander Leonov said on Friday.

    "We are working on the missile’s light version. It should fit the size of a torpedo tube and be almost 1.5 times smaller by its weight. It will be possible to mount our airborne missile on a wide range [of aircraft]. Of course, we’ll be developing it, first of all, for the fifth-generation plane but, possibly, it will be mounted on the MiG-35 fighter, although we have not carried out such developments," he said.

    The BrahMos supersonic cruise missile is the product of Russia’s Machine-Building Research and Development Consortium and India’s Defense Research and Development Organization, which set up BrahMos Aerospace joint venture in 1998.

    The missile’s name comes from the names of two rivers: the Indian Brahmaputra of and the Russian Moscow river. The missile has a range of 290 km and carries a warhead weighing from 200 to 300 kg.


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    Russia and India to develop BrahMos light cruise missile for PAK FA 5th-generation jet

    Post  GarryB on Sat Jan 28, 2017 10:40 am

    Nice... that will be the lighter version of Brahmos sometimes called Brahmos-M I think that is smaller and lighter and actually faster and able to be carried by smaller lighter tactical aircraft.

    I would assume for larger aircraft they will be able to carry more... the Su-30MKI and Su-34 and of course the Tu-22M3M could carry them in significant numbers...


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    Re: P-800 Oniks and BrahMos

    Post  Austin on Thu Mar 02, 2017 12:06 pm

    Moskit engine is 3D-80 supersonic ramjet type with later variant ( 3D-81,82,82 ) upgrading on its capability introducing combustion stabilisation and dual position nozzle, it was developed by another design bureau in 70's i.e Zvezda Machine-Building Design Bureau

    Brahmos/Onyx/Yakhont engine is 3D-55 developed by NPO Mashinostroyeniya , the key difference is t generational difference between the two engine , 3D-55 ramjet engine is fully-regulated movable nozzle duruing flight it can be throttled back to minimal thrust at optimum flight altitude then commanded to resume normal operation depending on the altitude its flying to conserve/optimise energy management.

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    Post  Enera on Sat Jun 24, 2017 4:07 am

    I believe this wasn't posted in RDF yet but already discussed in Bharat forums. Nevertheless congratulations Austin and fellow Indian friends. I also read that they are preparing for 800 km ranged Brahmos, right? thumbsup

    One important bit however India is now party to MTCR so does that mean India can have better ranged Russian weapons if the Ru MoD allowed it?

    No cap on range, supersonic cruise missile Brahmos hits 450 km target in test

    By Hemant Kumar Rout  |  Express News Service  |   Published: 11th March 2017 01:29 PM  |  Last Updated: 12th March 2017 07:35 AM  |

    BHUBANESWAR: India on Saturday successfully conducted maiden test of extended-range supersonic cruise missile BrahMos from a defence base off Odisha coast.

    The technology upgrade comes after India’s full membership to the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) which removed caps on the strike range of BrahMos. The range has been now enhanced from 290 km to 450 km.

    Defence sources said the missile was fired from a mobile autonomous launcher (MAL) deployed in full configuration at Chandipur-based launching complex-III of the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at about 11.30 am.

    The missile took off successfully and hit the designated target meeting all mission parameters. All telemetry and tracking stations including naval ships near terminal point have tracked the trajectory.  

    Confirming that the mission was successful, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Brahmos Aerospace Limited Dr Sudhir Kumar Mishra, who witnessed the launch, described it as a ‘text book launch’ executed with high precision.

    “In a historical first, the formidable missile system once again proved its mettle to precisely hit enemy targets at much higher range. The land-attack version of the supersonic cruise system met its mission parameters in a copybook manner,” he said.

    The unique weapon system has empowered all three wings of the Indian armed forces with impeccable anti-ship and land attack capability.

    “With the successful test firing, the armed forces will be empowered to knock down enemy targets far beyond 400 km. BrahMos has proved its prowess once again as the best supersonic cruise missile system in the world,” Dr Mishra claimed.

    DRDO Chairman Dr S Christopher congratulated the BrahMos team, DRDO and scientists of Russia’s NPO Mashinostroyenia (NPOM) involved in the successful mission.

    The nine-meter-long missile can travel at thrice the speed of sound and carry a conventional warhead weighing upto 300 kg.

    The missile can be fired on three different targets or in a variety of other combinations near simultaneously. The land-based version is also equipped with inertial navigation system and global positioning system.

    “The strike range was enhanced only with better internal systems including fuel management. There was no change in other dimensions,” informed an official associated with the project.

    The missile, which derives its name from the Brahmaputra and Moskova rivers, was developed by an Indo-Russian joint venture after the two countries signed an agreement in February 1998.

    The Indian army is the first army in the World to have a regiment of supersonic cruise missile with advanced capabilities.

    LINK : http://www.newindianexpress.com/nation/2017/mar/11/no-cap-on-range-supersonic-cruise-missile-brahmos-hits-450-km-target-in-test-1580308--2.html

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