How a guided missile hits its target in …

May 9, 2014

How a Guided Missile Strikes Its Target in Super Slow Motion

MBDA, the American company that manufactures Brimstone missiles, has carried out tests firing this missile from an MQ-9 Reaper drone, both at static and moving targets. They are controlled tests in the middle of the desert and, of course, nobody is on board those vehicles.

The missile is capable of hitting targets traveling at a speed of nearly 115 km / h and 12 kilometers away and still hitting the mark. In fact, the precision is such that it is possible to set the target on the driver of the vehicle by launching the missile without an explosive warhead, ensuring that nothing happens to the accompanying person.

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