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Also Known As: 3M55, Oniks, Onyx, P-800 and SS-N-26
Corporations: NPO Mashinostroyenia
Parent System: Yakhont
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2001
Total Production: ?
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Description: The Yakhont, SS-N-26 codename, is an advanced supersonic, long range, anti-ship missile intended for surface ships, submarines and coastal defense batteries. It is a liquid fuel ramjet-powered version of SS-N-7 Starbright missile enabled to be launched by canisters and VLS. The missile features an inertial navigation system to reach the target area with an active radar homing in the terminal phase of the flight. It has been designed to operate in severe countermeasure environments and features improved maneuverability and reduced signatures over the SS-N-7 for improved survivability.
The Yakhont is a fire and forget missile and features several launch modes in accordance with the target characteristics and location. The missile can use a high-low flight pattern for targets located at up to 300 km. The low-low flight pattern can be used against targets at ranges of 120 km or against well protected targets in order to be surprised minimizing its reaction time against the incoming missile and optimizing the missile's kill probability. During the low flight profile the Yakhont missile is able to fly at altitudes between 5 and 15 meters like a sea-skimming missile.
The Yakhont is intended as a Russian surface ships and submarines anti-ship missile. It has been designed to defeat ships protected by the US AEGIS weapon system and its European counterparts. A group of several Yakhont missiles can attack a given target with one missile flying at an altitude of 15,000-ft (5,000 meters) while transmitting target data to the other missiles flying at 10-15 meters above sea level.
Yakhont items 2009-2010 Chart includes Yakhont (52)
Diameter: 700 millimeter
Length: 8.90 meter (29.2 foot)
Max Cruising Flight Altitude: 15,000 foot (4,572 meter)
Max Range: 300 kilometer (162 nautical mile)
Min Range: 120 kilometer
Sea-Skimming Flight Altitude: 10 meter
Cruise Speed: 2.60 mach (3,108 kph)
Top Speed: 3 mach (3,587 kph)
Warhead: 200 kilogram (441 pound)
Weight: 3,000 kilogram
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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There are 10 news between
21 Apr 2011 and 1 Jun 2015
Monday, June 1, 2015Russia to Deploy Bastion Anti-Ship Missile System in the ArcticFriday, January 24, 2014Russian Navy Begins Upgrade of Admiral Nakhimov Nuclear-Powered Missile CruiserMonday, December 30, 2013Russian Navy Commissions Severodvinsk Nuclear Attack SubmarineFriday, July 26, 2013Yasen-M Attack Submarines to Feature Advanced SensorsWednesday, November 28, 2012Severodvinsk Nuclear Submarine Successfully Test Fires Cruise Missile while SubmergedMonday, November 26, 2012Russian Navy Severodvinsk Nuclear Submarine Fires First Cruise MissileTuesday, October 9, 2012India's Air Launched BrahMos Supersonic Cruise Missile to Feature GLONASS Navigation SystemFriday, March 30, 2012India and Russia to Develop Hypersonic BrahMos SuccessorWednesday, September 21, 2011Russian Navy to Upgrade Kirov-Class Nuclear-Powered Missile Cruisers by 2015Thursday, April 21, 2011Indonesian Navy Frigate Successfully Tests Yakhont Supersonic Anti-Ship Missile
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