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After the US and Russia, Iran Successfully Develops Unrivaled Hypersonic Ballistic Missiles

The United Nations (UN) nuclear watchdog expressed concern after Iran claimed to have upgraded super-hypersonic missiles capable of penetrating any country's defense mechanism, Thursday (11/10/2022).

"All this information is intended to increase attention, increase preparedness, and increase public attention to Iran's nuclear program," asked the Head of the International Atomic Energy Body, Rafael Grossi taken from Arab News, Saturday (12/11/2022)

The hypersonic missile could send nuclear weapons at a similar pace as traditional ballistic missiles. The difference is that this hypersonic missile can fly more than 5 times the speed of sound and is completely maneuverable to the point that it is impossible to search and defend.

In contrast to ballistic missiles, hypersonic missiles fly at low crossings in the atmosphere and are claimed to be able to reach targets faster.

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"Iran's new hypersonic missiles were developed to challenge air defense shields," said the commander of the aerospace unit of the Islamic Revolutionary Adjutant Corps, General Amirali Hajizadeh.

"It will be able to penetrate all anti-missile defense mechanisms. It will take decades before a mechanism capable of intercepting it is developed," he continued.

Many weapons studies believe Hajizadeh's claim. Some countries are already stepping up planned mechanisms to stay afloat challenging cruise and ballistic missiles, but the power to search for and drop hypersonic missiles is still hard to understand.

Iran's claim to have upgraded such missiles raises questions about where Tehran got the technology. Initially, North Korea's hypersonic missile experiments last year spurred concerns about the race for the technology, now held by Russia, followed by China and the United States (US).

Iran and Russia are both targets of intense international threats and have responded by increasing cooperation in specialized sectors to help support their economies.

Iran's hypersonic missile followed a successful rocket flight test last week capable of moving satellites into space. The U.S. has repeatedly expressed grief if the slide could improve Iran's ballistic missile technology and expand its downstream nuclear propelling force.

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Last March, the U.S. administration imposed a threat on Iran's missile-related activities. In that regard, the UN atomic watchdog explained that they had not witnessed any developments in dialogue with Tehran regarding uranium particles found at three research sites. Iran has agreed to a visit by body inspectors this month to provide answers.

"The body has made it clear that they are returning to Iran if in this face-to-face, they want to begin receiving reliable technical information from Iran on this issue, calculating access to the location and materials, and taking the same example accordingly," the body said in a report.

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