India added one more achievement to its nuclear programme on Tuesday after Nuclear weapon carrying capability Missile Agni-I flight-tested successfully. The test was done from test range off the Odisha coast. This was the eighteenth version of Agni-I ballistic missile.
About Agni-I Missile
Indigenously developed Agni-I missile was introduced to service in 2004. Talking about its capacity and working mechanism, it is a surface to surface single stage missile which is powered through solid propellants.
The missile comes with a special navigation system which enables it to hit the targets with high accuracy. The length of the missile is 15-metre and the weight of missile is 12 tonnes. It is capable of carrying a payload of 1,000 kg.