GKKB “Luch” published spectacular footage of the hit of “Neptune” on target


Ukrainian GKKB "Luch" has published spectacular shots of hitting the target of its anti-ship missile R-360 with a standard warhead.


It should be noted that the video shows the tests that took place on June 17, 2020 at the Alibey AFU training ground in the Odessa region. Then two missiles were fired at two target ships, which were located at a distance of 80 km from the coast.

But the new video is much more detailed than what was demonstrated before. It step by step, from different angles, shows all stages of firing, as well as the moment of hitting the target.


The demonstrated P-360 has the following performance characteristics. Its warhead weighs 150 kg. Flight range is 300 km. Rocket speed up to 850 km / h. At the final stage of the flight, it flies 3-10 meters above the surface of the water. Designed for the destruction of ships with a displacement of up to 5 thousand tons. It was created on the basis of the Soviet X-35 missile.

We remind you that these ammunition should be equipped with ground mobile (coast-based) anti-ship missile systems RK-360MTs “Neptune”. It is stated that GKKB “Luch” is already working on the creation of similar sea-and air-based SCRC.

And at the same time, in Ukraine they started reasonwhether Russia will be able to repel a massive attack with these missiles.
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  1. beeper Online
    beeper 27 June 2020 23: 41
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    The impression from this video is that the Luch GKKB is most pleased that their rocket generally took off and did not fall immediately after departure from the launch container ??! winked
    After all, it’s straight from all angles, even with the fashionable film effect “slow mo”, that they “detailed” the very fact of starting and disappearing away ??! winked
    The missile itself, indeed, was so-so - if it were not for the bunches of corner reflectors, not the gas tank and the explosion of an additional charge on the target vessel, then there would be nothing to look at - the much-praised Neptune couldn’t even defeat in such a rusty vessel she almost flew past the fixed side of the vessel - she hit not in the center of the hull, but at the tip, almost along the edge ...
  2. Wanderer039 Offline
    Wanderer039 27 June 2020 23: 50
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    The range of the Soviet anti-ship missiles X-35, the documentation for which after the collapse of the USSR remained in Ukraine, was 130 km. I think that in this we must look for the reasons for testing Bandera miracle rockets at a distance of 80 km, not 150 and not 250, not 300 km ...
  3. Warrior Offline
    Warrior 28 June 2020 20: 01
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    The Ukrainian missiles themselves flew towards Turkey and there disappeared into the sea ...
    And the Ukrainians blew up the target ship with mines with radio detonators .. That's all in Ukraine - sheer fakes and bullshit ..
  4. p164 Offline
    p164 (Paul) 4 July 2020 01: 01
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    And if you can’t? What then?
    From this, the life of Ukraine will be longer by a couple of days? Congratulations! This will be an occasion to gather all the bandura players and give a farewell concert.