Russia To Test Unstoppable Stealth Nuke Capable Of Wiping Out Countries

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Good news for people who loved the Eighties – Russia is set to test a terrifying nuclear weapon which could reportedly destroy a country in seconds. It’s like the Cold War all over again.

The super-weapon called the ‘Satan 2’ missile is supposed to be the most powerful ever designed, and it’s even equipped with stealth technology to avoid enemy radar.

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The nuke’s official name is the ‘RS-28 Sarmat’ and it will replace aging ‘Soviet R-36M missiles’, which NATO military experts nicknamed ‘Satan’, The Mirror reports.

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The Russian news network Zvezda has reported:

The Sarmat missile will not only become the R-36M’s successor, but also to some extent it will determine in which direction nuclear deterrence in the world will develop…

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Zvezda went on to claim that the missile is capable of delivering up to a dozen warheads, allowing it to destroy an area the ‘size of Texas or France’.

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The weapon is expected to have a range of 10,000 km, which will allow Moscow to attack cities in Europe, including London, as well as a number of major cities on America’s west and east coasts.

This prospect of such a powerful weapon will terrify Western military chiefs, as our current missile defence technology would be unable to stop it.

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Russia is apparently planning to test fire the weapon this summer, although it’s unknown if the device will carry a full nuclear payload.

The missiles will then be in active service at some point before 2020, so that’s something for us all to look forward too…


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