If the Russian Bulava Missile is Used by Palestine, Israel will be Finished, Because this is its Greatness

WorldTekhno.comOn Sunday (11/5/2023) Russia said it had successfully test-fired an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) capable of carrying a nuclear warhead from one of its submarines.

The launch of the Bulava missile was the first in a year and came at a time when Russia has stepped up its nuclear threats since withdrawing its ratification of the nuclear test ban treaty.

The new nuclear-powered strategic missile submarine Emperor Alexander III successfully launched the Bulava intercontinental ballistic missile.

The RSM-56 Bulava (Russian: Булава, meaning “mace”, NATO name SS-NX-30 or SS-N-32, indices GRAU 3M30, 3K30) is a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM), this missile developed for Russian Navy and placed on its new Borei-class submarines in 2013. The Bulava project is destined to be the future cornerstone of Russia’s nuclear arsenal, while being the country’s most expensive weapons project.


○ Length: 12 metres
○ Diameter: 2 metres
○ Weight: 36.8 tonnes
○ Range: 8,000 kilometres
○ Speed: Mach 20
○ Warheads: up to 6 nuclear warheads

The Bulava missile is a highly complex design, with a sophisticated guidance system to evade enemy missile defence systems. This missile is also equipped with a multiple independently targeted re-entry vehicle (MIRV) warhead system, which allows it to carry up to six nuclear warheads that can be aimed at different targets.


Development of the Bulava missile began in the 1980s, but experienced several obstacles and delays. The first launch of a Bulava missile from a new Borei-class submarine occurred in 2005, and the missile began entering service in 2013.


The Bulava missile is currently one of the most advanced ballistic missiles in the world. This missile is an important part of Russia’s nuclear arsenal and serves as a deterrent to enemy nuclear attacks.


Russia has conducted more than 30 Bulava missile tests, with a high success rate. The latest test was conducted on 5 November 2023 and the missile managed to hit its target accurately.


The development of the Bulava missile has been controversial in Russia. Some argue that these missiles are too expensive and unnecessary, while others argue that they are essential to protect Russia from nuclear threats.***

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