viernes, 29 de agosto de 2014

Fracaso de la 2ª prueba hipersónica China


La segunda prueba de la solución hipersónica china para vehículos de reentrada -WU-14- llevada a cabo el 7 de agosto pasado fracasó.

El lanzamiento se llevó a cabo desde la provincia de Shanxi así que quizá hablemos del complejo de Taiyuan:

China’s Hypersonic Aircraft Fails Second Test LaunchMOSCOW, August 22 (RIA Novosti) - A Chinese hypersonic vehicle designed to deliver nuclear weapons at high speeds failed in its second test launch, the South China Morning Post reported."It's necessary for China to boost its missile capabilities, because the PLA's [People’s Liberation Army] weapons are weaker than the US' shields, which are deployed everywhere in the world," Xudong Wang, a satellite adviser to China’s central government, was quoted as saying by the South China Morning Post."All missiles launched by the PLA, if there was a military conflict, would be intercepted by the US' defense systems before entering the atmosphere,” Wang added.The vehicle, dubbed the WU-14 by the Pentagon, was launched in Shanxi province on August 7, breaking apart soon afterwards.

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