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Missile Test Watch and Notifications .

Discussion in 'Indian Military Doctrine' started by Manmohan Yadav, Jan 26, 2013.

  1. GuardianRED

    GuardianRED Captain FULL MEMBER

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    because of the weather? ??
     
  2. kurup

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    INDIA EAST COAST – OFF BALASORE (.) CHARTS 31 351 352 INT 71 (.)

    EXPERIMENTAL FLIGHT TRIAL SCHEDULED FROM ITR ON (A) 26 AUG 17 FROM 0900 - 1100 UTC IN DANGER ZONE BOUNDED BY

    21-12.59N 086-46.14E, 20-05.31N 087-20.85E, 21-02.54N 088-22.29E, 21-35.58N 087-10.69E

    (B) 28, 29, 30, 31 AUG AND 01, 02, 04 SEP 17 FROM 0530 - 0730 AND 0900-1100 UTC IN DANGER ZONE BOUNDED BY

    21-12.59N 086-46.14E, 20-05.31N 087-20.85E, 21-02.54N 088-22.29E, 21-35.58N 087-10.69E

    2. CANCEL NAVAREA VIII MSG 572 AND THIS MSG ON 041200 UTC SEP 17

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    kurup 2nd Lieutant FULL MEMBER

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    PSLV launch scheduled

    BAY OF BENGAL AND INDIAN OCEAN (.)CHARTS 32 33 41 313 356 391 INT 70 71 (.)

    PSLV LAUNCH SCHEDULED FROM 31 AUG – 02 SEP 17 BETWEEN 1200 - 1600 UTC FROM 13-43.2N 080-13.8E

    2. DANGER ZONE AS FOLLOWS

    ZONE -1: CIRCLE OF 10 NM AROUND LAUNCHER
    ZONE–2: 13-30N 080-30E, 13-50N 080-35E, 13-35N 081-30E, 13-15N 081-25E
    ZONE–3: 13-00N 082-10E, 13-30N 082-15E, 12-55N 084-05E, 12-25N 084-00E
    ZONE–4: 12-20N 084-05E, 13-00N 084-15E, 12-45N 085-10E, 12-05N 085-00E
    ZONE–5: 11-10N 088-25E, 11-45N 088-35E, 11-25N 089-40E, 10-50N 089-30E
    ZONE–6: 09-05N 094-50E, 09-55N 095-05E, 09-35N 096-00E, 08-45N 095-45E
    ZONE–7: 19-00S 134-00W, 17-00S 134-00W, 13-00S 112-00W, 07-30S 090- 00W, 09-30S 090-00W, 15-00S 112-00W

    3. CANCEL THIS MSG 021700 UTC SEP 17
     
  4. Agent_47

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    Mystery explosions reported off Digha coast in WB

    @Hellfire @zebra7 @lca-fan @PARIKRAMA @Abingdonboy @Sancho @Gessler
     
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    http://www.hindustantimes.com/kolka...ng-tourists/story-0OXFJHZJTznrInBQ1lHxDN.html

    The interesting question is what could have caused a deep sea explosion powerful enough to set off a sonic boom?

    Edit: Just noticed @Agent_47 's post in the Missile Test Notifications thread. If it was indeed a test missile that veered off its path, and was commanded to self destruct, would the explosion have been sufficient to cause a sonic boom as claimed by the article?
    Mods: You may please merge the posts if you feel this topic does not warrant a new thread. I wasn't sure if this belonged to the missile thread. Thanks.
     
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    Is it necessary for the Glide bomb on the trial to explode (Live explosive), which could be tested with any warhead.
     
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    Absolutely not,a dummy warhead preferably.
     
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    Loud explosions off Bengal coast trigger panic among tourists
    There were speculations whether missiles test fired from Chandipur in Odisha accidentally landed near the Bengal coast.
    KOLKATA Updated: Aug 26, 2017 15:50 IST

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      “We are looking into what actually happened. We have also informed the Coast Guard. The sound was also heard in Tajpur as well as in Digha,” Alok Rajoria, superintendent of police of the district.

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      Part of the beach in Digha, the most popular beach resort of West Bengal. (HT Photo)
      After the explosion, the local administration forbade the tourists to go into the waters.

      Incidentally, the missile testing range at Chandipur on Odisha coastline is about 50 km from Digha. There were speculations whether missiles test fired from this spot accidentally landed close to the Bengal coastline. A number of missiles have been launched from the Integrated Test Range including Akash, Shaurya, Agni and Prithvi ballistic missiles.



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      However, officers from the Indian Army’s Eastern Command told HT they had no confirmation of any wayward missile. They also pointed out test fired missiles don’t usually pack explosives.

      There were also speculations that explosions could have carried out in the depths of the sea that might have caused the sonic boom that could have shattered the window panes.

      “It was a terrible moment. I cannot express my feeling when I heard that sound. This is a weekend and there is a rush of tourists in Digha. There was panic everywhere,” said Malabika Banerjee, a tourist.

      Some said there was a mild quake after the explosion.

      “The first sound was heard around 11.10 am. It was followed by another one and we felt a quake too. None had any ides what happened and tourists rushed out of their rooms and went to the roads,” said Girish Raut, a hotel owner at Digha.

     
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    https://twitter.com/SJha1618/status/901425858056814593

    :devil: I swear I was hoping for the same, better still a Chinese sub.:flame:
     
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    Near Digha! No way! That would be a disaster!
     
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    Underwater sonic boom followed by a mild earth quake seems like a nuclear explosion.
     
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    Test in/near a populated area?????
    How likely?
     
  15. Golden_Rule

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    There could be some specific underwater contour of the sea bed which may probably minimize its detection via monitoring sensors
     

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