Russia Conducts Test of Top Secret Nuclear-Capable Missile

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In a significant development, Russia has successfully tested a top secret nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM). The test was conducted at the Kapustin Yar range in the Astrakhan Region, as confirmed by the Russian Defense Ministry.

The missile, part of Russia’s strategic missile forces, was launched from a mobile ground-based missile system. The successful test demonstrates the high reliability of Russia’s domestic missiles and is a testament to the country’s strategic security capabilities.

While the specific type of missile system tested has not been disclosed, it is known that Russia has been developing a successor to its current mobile ICBM system. The RS-24 Yars, also known by NATO as the SS-29, is the current missile in use and is capable of carrying multiple thermonuclear warheads.

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