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2018-08-22 Caucasus/Russia/Central Asia
Russia is preparing to search for a nuclear-powered missile that was lost at sea months ago after a failed test
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Posted by 3dc 2018-08-22 00:00|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [6466 views ]  Top
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#1 "Andrei, you lost another nuclear powered missile?"
Posted by Raj 2018-08-22 01:41||   2018-08-22 01:41|| Front Page Top

#2 Has anyone seen the Glomar Explorer recently?
Posted by gorb 2018-08-22 02:28||   2018-08-22 02:28|| Front Page Top

#3 Russian President Vladimir Putin bragged earlier this year that the new missile had unlimited range

A nuclear-powered Russian missile remains lost at sea after a failed test late last year

It may still have unlimited range and not really 'lost'. It may just be wandering the seafloor looking for a mate.
Posted by Mullah Richard 2018-08-22 10:02||   2018-08-22 10:02|| Front Page Top

#4 "It goes without saying that if you fire a missile with a nuclear engine or energy source, that nuclear material will end up wherever that missile ends up,"

I seen this movie. This giant lizard...
Posted by Frank G 2018-08-22 11:06||   2018-08-22 11:06|| Front Page Top

#5 Gosh,

If our CIA was worth a hot steaming pile of crap, they would already have the danged thing in some lab in Aberdeen, dismantled and reverse engineered...
Posted by Sock Puppet of Doom 2018-08-22 15:35||   2018-08-22 15:35|| Front Page Top

#6 It may still have unlimited range and not really 'lost'. It may just be wandering the seafloor looking for a mate.
It is :...pining for the fjords?", eh?
Posted by magpie 2018-08-22 15:40||   2018-08-22 15:40|| Front Page Top

#7 Has the US already recovered the Burevestnik nuclear powered and armed Russian cruise missile that came down in the Barents Sea in 2017? 
Posted by newc 2018-08-22 15:43||   2018-08-22 15:43|| Front Page Top

#8 I would have imagined sensing point source radiation clusters from orbit would be common by now. Unless of course their range is too cluttered.
Posted by Skidmark 2018-08-22 17:35||   2018-08-22 17:35|| Front Page Top

#9 Wasn't this the plot for a James Bond movie? I forget which one
Posted by Shake 2018-08-22 21:45||   2018-08-22 21:45|| Front Page Top

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