New Delhi, September 30, India’s Ministry of Defense announced on the 30th that it successfully launched an extended range version of the “Brahmos” supersonic cruise missile, which can hit targets more than 400 kilometers away. According to the local media report, the missile was launched at 30:00 a.m. This is the second time India has launched an extended range version of the “Brahmos” missile. The missile booster is independently developed by India. < p > < p > < p > < p > “Brahmos” is a supersonic cruise missile jointly developed by India and Russia. It has a variety of launching modes, such as land-based, sea based and air-based. The missile has been used in Indian army, navy and air force. According to the data, the “Brahmos” missile has a flight speed of 2.8 to Mach 3, a range of 290 km, and can carry 200-300 kg conventional warheads.