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        Bal-E (SSC-6 “Sennight”) Coastal Missile System

The Zvezda Kh-35 (‘Star’, Russian: Х-35 , AS-20 ‘Kayak’) is a Russian turbojet subsonic cruise anti-ship missile. The same missile can also be launched from helicopters, surface ships and coastal defence batteries with the help of a rocket booster, in which case it is known as Uran (‘Uranus’, SS-N-25 ‘Switchblade’, GRAU 3M24) or Bal (‘Ball’, SSC-6 ‘Sennight’, GRAU 3K60). It is designed to attack vessels up to 5,000 tonnes.

Kh-35E in MAKS-2009
Typeair-to-surface
surface-to-surface missile
cruise missile
anti-ship missile
Place of originSoviet Union
Service history
In service2003
Used byRussian Navy
Indian Navy
Vietnamese People’s Navy
Production history
DesignerZvezda
Designed1983-2003
ManufacturerTactical Missiles Corporation
Unit cost$500,000 (2010)
Produced1996 for export, 2003 for Russia
Specifications
Mass520 kg (1,150 lb)
610 kg (1,340 lb) (heli version)
Length385 cm (152 in)
440 cm (173 in) (heli version)
Diameter42.0 cm (16.5 in)
WarheadHE fragmentation shaped charge
Warhead weight145 kg (320 lb)

EngineR95-300 Turbojet Kh-35 / Turbofan Kh-35U
360 kgf
Wingspan133 cm (52.4 in)
Propellantkerosene
Operational
range
130 km (70 nmi)
300 km (160 nmi) (upgrade version, 2015)
Flight altitude10-15 m en route and about 4 m at terminal area
SpeedMach 0.8–Mach 0.95 (609–723 mph; 980–1,164 km/h)
Guidance
system
inertial guidance and ARGS-35E X-band terminal active radar homing
Launch
platform
Tupolev Tu-142, Su-24, MiG-29M/K, Sukhoi Su-35, Su-27SM, Su-30MKI//SM, Su-34, HAL Tejas, Ka-27, Ka-28, Ka-52, T-50, also ships and boats, coastal, LACM, TEL variants.

The Zvezda Kh-35 (‘Star’, Russian: Х-35 , AS-20 ‘Kayak’) is a Russian turbojet subsonic cruise anti-ship missile. The same missile can also be launched from helicopters, surface ships and coastal defence batteries with the help of a rocket booster, in which case it is known as Uran (‘Uranus’, SS-N-25 ‘Switchblade’, GRAU 3M24) or Bal (‘Ball’, SSC-6 ‘Sennight’, GRAU 3K60). It is designed to attack vessels up to 5,000 tonnes.

Air Forces of Russia
Russian Empire

Air Force (1909–1917)

Soviet Union

Red Air Force (1918–1991)

Naval Aviation (1918–1991)

Air Defence (1948–1991)

Strategic Rocket Forces (1959–1991)

Russian Federation

Air Force (1991–present)

Naval Aviation (1991–present)

Strategic Rocket Forces (1991–present

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