Ukraine's Neptune anti-ship missile hit target (VIDEO)

10.04.20
З’явилось відео влучення Нептуна по мішені

The video of a target ship being hit by an Neptune anti-ship cruise missile during testing on April 2, 2020, was released by Defense Express.

On April 2, 2020, in the south of the Odesa region at the Alibey proving ground regular tests of the Neptune land-based anti-ship cruise missile system were held.

During the firing of the Neptune, the tactical and technical characteristics, particularly the hitting range and accuracy for naval targets were checked. The sea targets were hit at the specified range.

The target was a 38-meter-long and 11-meter-long barge with a deck-mounted structure that mimicked the ship's radar signature. The missile was equipped with an inert warhead, its flight was accompanied by Su-27 fighters from which video was taken.

З’явилось відео влучення Нептуна по мішені З’явилось відео влучення Нептуна по мішені

The Neptune missile system is capable of hitting targets at ranges up to 280 kilometers at any time and under any weather conditions. The R-360 missile weighs 870 kg; the weight of its warhead is 150 kg; its launch speed is about 900 km/h.