List of Missiles Launched in 2020

Published on Tuesday, March 17, 2020

2020

Name of the Missile Launched From Range
K4/Shaurya
(Nuclear capable submarine-launched ballistic missile SLBM)
Coast bear Vizag in Andhra Pradesh 3500 km
GISAT – 1
(Geo Imaging Satellite)
Satish Dhawan Space Centre (Sriharikota- Andhra Pradesh)
Communication Satellite
GSAT – 30
(Ariane-5 launch vehicle)
French Guiana

2019

Name of the Missile Launched From Range
QRSAM
(Quick Reaction Surface to Air) Missile
Integrated Test Range in Chandipur (Odisha) Range of 25-30 km
Short-range Surface to Surface Ballistic Missile
PRITHVI – II (1st Indigenously developed missile by India)
Launch Complex – 3
Chandipur Integrated Test Range
at Balasore (Odisha)
Range of 350 km
PINAKA Missile
(Salvo Mode)
Chandipur Integrated Test Range (Odisha) Range of 20 km
Supersonic cruise
BRAHMOS-A Missile
Chandipur Integrated Test Range (Odisha) 600 km
PINAKA Missile Chandipur Integrated Test Range (Odisha) 75 km
Nuclear-Capable Surface to Surface Ballistic
AGNI-III Missile
Chandipur Integrated Test Range (Odisha) 3000 km
Supersonic Cruise
BRAHMOS Missile
(Navy)
INS KOCHI 290 km
Long Range Anti Tank
SPIKE Missile
Infantry School
Mhow
in Madhya Pradesh
4 km
Nuclear-Capable Surface to Surface Ballistic
AGNI-II
Chandipur Integrated Test Range (Odisha) 2000 km
Supersonic Cruise
BRAHMOS Missile
(Indian Air Force)
Mobile Platform
At
Trak Island in
Andaman & Nicobar Island
300 km
Supersonic Cruise
BRAHMOS Missile
(Land Attack Version)
Chandipur Integrated Test Range (Odisha) 290 km
Beyond Visual Range
Air to Air (BVRAAM)
ASTRA Missile
Su-30 MK1 Platform off the Coast of Chandipur (Odisha) Short-range 20 km
Long-range 80-100 km
Man-Portable Anti-tank
Guided Missile
(MPATGM)
Ranges of Kurnool in
Andhra Pradesh
2.5 km
R-27 Missile Acquired by India from Russia 60 km
Anti Tank Guided
NAG Missile
Pokhran Field Firing Ranges 500 m – 4 km
Medium Range
Surface to Air Missile
MRSAM
(BARAK-8 Missile)
Navy Ships KOCHI (D64) and CHENNAI (D65) 150 km
Surface to Air
AKASH MK-1S Missile
Integrated Test Range Balasore (Odisha) 25 km
Subsonic Cruise Missile
NIRBHAY
Integrated Test Range Balasore (Odisha) 1000 km
EMISAT
(Military Satellite)
(Rocket – PSLV C45)
Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota Launch Station (Andhra Pradesh)
Long Range
Surface to Air Missile
LRSAM
Warship INS Chennai, Odisha Coast 75 km
MILAN-2T
Anti Tank Missiles
Acquisition approved by India from Russia 2 km
LCA Tejas Missile Final Operation Clearance received by Indian Air Force from DRDO 400 km

2018

Name of the missile Launched from Range
Akash, Surface-to-air missile Complex-III at ITR Chandipur in Odisha range of 30 km
Quick Reaction Surface-to-Air (QRSAM) short-range missile, launch pad-3 of Chandipur in Odisha Range of 25 km to 30 km
Advanced Air Defence (AAD) supersonic interceptor missile Odisha
Nuclear-capable ballistic missile Agni-V Abdul Kalam Island off the Odisha coast. Range of 5000 - km
Nuclear-capable Agni-I ballistic missile Pad-4 of the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Abdul Kalam Island in Balasore. Range of 700 km
Nuclear-capable Prithvi-II missile Integrated Test Range at Chandipur Range of 350 km
Surface-to-surface Agni-II ballistic missile Abdul Kalam Island, off Orissa coast
Dhanush ‘ ballistic missile Odisha coast Range of 350 km
Name of the missile Launched from Range
Akash, Surface-to-air missile Complex-III at ITR Chandipur in Odisha range of 30 km
Quick Reaction Surface-to-Air (QRSAM) short range missile, launch pad-3 of Chandipur in Odisha Range of 25 km to 30 km
Advanced Air Defence (AAD) supersonic interceptor missile Odisha
Nuclear capable ballistic missile Agni-V Abdul Kalam Island off the Odisha coast. Range of 5000 - km
Nuclear capable Agni-I ballistic missile Pad-4 of the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Abdul Kalam Island in Balasore. Range of 700 km
Nuclear capable Prithvi-II missile Integrated Test Range at Chandipur Range of 350 km
Surface-to-surface Agni-II ballistic missile Abdul Kalam Island, off Orissa coast
Dhanush‘ ballistic missile Odisha coast Range of 350 km
AntiTank Guided Missiles (ATGM) Nag Pokhran’s field firing range in Jaisalmer district. Range of 500m to 4km (land version) and 7 to 10km (Air
M777 ultra-light howitzers at the Pokhran At the firing range of 24km.
The BrahMos Rajasthan’s Pokhran test range.
GSAT6A communication satellite Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh.

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