[ RadSafe ] Re: HAARPy Rosalie and EMPs correction Shahab speed question
Louis N. Molino, Sr.
LNMolino at aol.com
Fri Aug 1 15:23:24 CDT 2008
But can they get on 200 miles offshore? If they did is 3 minutes enough for us to take it out? Those are the ????'S
From: Richard D. Urban Jr.
To: Louis N. Molino, Sr.
ReplyTo: Richard D. Urban Jr.
Sent: Aug 2, 2008 00:39
Subject: HAARPy Rosalie and EMPs correction Shahab speed question
Dammit Louis, I'm a nuclear health physics technician, NOT a Rocket Scientist...;-)
"Iran carried out a second flight test of the Shahab-3 as noted in a Reuters news reports, in The Washington Times, July 16, 2000, on July 15, 2000 test which achieved a velocity of 4,320 mph (1,931.04 M/sec.) with a 1 ton warhead."
"On July 22,1998 Iran conducted the first flight test of the Shahab-3 MRBM... 'according to' the Washington Times, on July 24, 1998, "The missile exploded 100 seconds after launch ---- after having traveled about 620 miles (997.58 km. down range)" (Altitude not given)
Shahab 3 Burn time (sec.) 110
all above from http://www.fas.org/programs/ssp/man/militarysumfolder/shahab-3.html
Lots of variables as to trajectory and payload weight, and I don't have the formulas close at hand, but conservativly back of the envelope...
Shahab could reach 300 mile altitude above Kansas City from 200 miles offshore, roughly 900 miles point to point, flight distance of roughly 950 miles ( SQR (900*900+300*300) = 948 mile ), so with acceleration of 0 mph to 4320 mph with only a 110 sec burn, and above info of 620 miles in 100 seconds * flight of 1000 miles = 161 seconds
>From: "Louis N. Molino, Sr." <LNMolino at aol.com>
>Sent: Jul 31, 2008 7:55 PM
>To: Radsafe <radsafe at radlab.nl>
>Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] HAARPy Rosalie and EMPs correction
>What's the flight time for this?
>LNM from Baku, Azerbaijan
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