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« Reply #15 on: August 25, 2009, 09:55:08 am »

Ukoliko se takva odluka donese,
„sinjeva” će moći da se koristi
najmanje do 2015. godine

 

25/08/2009
Moskva – Iako su posle poslednjeg neuspešnog lansiranja atomske rakete „bulava” zvaničnici izjavljivali da se neće odustati od projekta, sve češće se govori da bi ovu raketu mogla da zameni „sinjeva” koja je počela da se koristi 2007. Ako se i dalje nastave neuspešne probe „bulave”, nove atomske podmornice tipa „borej” projektovane specijalno za taj raketni kompleks mogle bi biti prerađene i prilagođene „staroj” proverenoj „sinjevi” .


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Raketa „sinjeva“,
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NATO – Skiff SS-N-23


Za „bulavu” su potrošena ogromna sredstva, a preprojektovanje podmornica će takođe biti veoma skupo, ali sve je više onih koji veruju da je neophodno. Ukoliko se takva odluka donese, „sinjeva” koju je projektovao državni raketni centar „Makejev” moći će da se koristi najmanje do 2015. godine i ima veliki potencijal modernizovanja.

Jaka je, međutim, i struja koja smatra da su neuspesi prilikom probnih lansiranja normalna pojava i da će se sve srediti u predstojećem periodu. Među njima je i Sergej Kovaljov, generalni konstruktor Centralnog konstruktorskog biroa morske tehnike „Rubin”, koji je napravio tri pokolenja podmornica – nosača rakete za „bulavu”. „Nije sporno da je „bulava” savršenija raketa, iako zaostajemo u elektronici. Ona je napravljena od savršenijih materijala, sa drugim elementima. Rakete na čvrsto gorivo lete po celom svetu. Leti i „topolj”. „I ’bulava’ će, siguran sam, poleteti”, kaže Kovaljov.

On smatra da je jedan od razloga dosadašnjih neuspeha činjenica da se ispitivanja raketnog kompleksa, zbog nedostatka sredstava, obavljaju mimo uobičajenih shema koje su postojale godinama.

U Sovjetskom Savezu se mnogo više vremena (i novca) posvećivalo svakoj etapi u izgradnji rakete, i na sledeću se prelazilo tek kad je sasvim sigurno završena prethodna. Nije se moglo desiti iznenađenje kakvo se nedavno dogodilo s „bulavom” – otkazao je deo iz etape koja se smatrala konačno završenom i isprobanom.

Balistička raketa „bulava” može da nosi do deset atomskih blokova individualnog navođenja i trebalo bi da uskoro postane osnova pomorskih strateških atomskih snaga. Radijus dejstva rakete je osam hiljada kilometara. Od decembra 2003. godine raketa se ispituje na podmornici „Dmitrij Donski”. Dogodilo se, međutim, da je od 11 probnih lansiranja pet bilo neuspešno. Poslednji takav pokušaj bio je razlog da direktor konstruktorskog biroa i konstruktor „bulave” Jurij Solomon podnese ostavku.

„Sinjeva” (po NATO klasifikaciji Skiff SS-N-23) jeste međukontinentalna raketa trećeg pokolenja na tečno gorivo, teška 40,3 tone, dugačka 14,8 metara i dometa 8.900 kilometara. Ima četiri bojeva bloka individualnog navođenja. Koristi je Severna flota, a lansira se sa strateškog nosača raketa projekta 667 BDRM „delfin”.

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« Reply #16 on: September 15, 2009, 07:33:59 pm »

15.09.2009.

Jurij Solomonov bi ipak trebalo da ostane na čelu razvojnog tima Bulave, i pored toga što je podneo ostavku na mesto direktora instituta nakon poslednjeg neuspešnog, tvrdi Anatolij Perminov direktor Roskosmosa (Ruska svemirska agencija). On je takođe preporučio novom menadžmenti Moskovskog instituta termalnih tehnologija da se koncentrišu na rad na raketi, a ne na kadrovske promene.

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15/09/200916:55

MOSCOW, September 15 (RIA Novosti) - The former head of the research institute that designed the Bulava and Topol-M ballistic missiles will most likely retain his post as general designer, the Russian Federal Space Agency Roscosmos said on Tuesday.

Yury Solomonov occupied the posts of general director and general designer of the Moscow Institute of Thermal Technology (MITT) before quitting in July after a series of unsuccessful Bulava submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) tests.

"I am certain that Yury Solomonov will keep his post as general designer of the Bulava and Topol-M missiles. We have told the new leadership of the institute to focus on work rather than on cadre reshuffling," Anatoly Perminov, the head of Roscosmos, told a news conference in Moscow.

A special selection commission elected on Monday Sergei Nikulin, the head of the Moscow-based mechanical engineering plant Vympel, as the winner of the contest to fill the position of the MITT general director. His appointment is pending upon approval by Roscosmos.

Perminov said the MITT, which successfully developed the Topol-M land-based intercontinental ballistic missile, will continue work on the development of the Bulava SLBM.

The Bulava (SS-NX-30) SLBM has suffered six failures in 11 tests. Although the results of a probe into the failures have not been announced, experts have so far blamed the poor quality of missile components provided by a large number of sub-contractors as the main cause of the unsuccessful tests.

The missile carries up to 10 MIRV warheads and has an estimated range of over 8,000 kilometers (5,000 miles). The three-stage solid-propellant ballistic missile is designed for deployment on new Borey class nuclear-powered strategic submarines.

Russia's top brass expects the Bulava, along with Topol-M land-based ballistic missiles, to become the core of Russia's nuclear triad.


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« Reply #17 on: September 21, 2009, 01:14:44 pm »

Problemi sa "Bulavom"

21.09.2009
Problem sa obnavljanjem ruskog vojnog arsenala najviše je nastao zbog lošeg stanja ruske odbrambene industrije, koja se i dalje oslanja na dotrajala industrijska postrojenja i zastarelu tehnologiju. Nedostaju i kvalifikovani ljudi, koji su je tokom postsovjetske ekonomske krize masovno napustili.

Potvrda slabosti ruske vojne industrije bila je i u lošoj izradi nove interkontinentalne balističke rakete "bulava", čijih sedam od 11 lansiranja nije uspjelo. Zbog toga je nova nuklearna podmornica ostala bez naoružanja, a i ojačale su sumnje u sposobnost Rusije da kompletira rad na raketi koju su ruski lideri već okarakterisali kao stub nuklearnih snaga.

Zamenik ruskog ministra odbrane, Vladimir Popovkin je istakao da je dizajn "bulave" dobar, a za neuspešne probe je optužio proizvodne greške, nastale zbog postsovjetskog industrijskog nazadovanja: nepoštovanje tehnoloških standarda i korišćenje nekvalitetnog metala. On je dodao i da Rusiji nedostaju neke kategorije modernog naoružanja, kao što su obaveštajne bespilotne letilice.

Zamenik ruskog ministra odbrane, Vladimir Popovkin je naveo da je Rusija kupila 14 izraelskih bespilotnih letilica za obuku svoje vojske, dok domaća industrija radi na proizvodnji takvih letilica.

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« Reply #18 on: October 14, 2009, 09:06:16 pm »

14.10.2009.

Odložen još test Bulave najavljen za sutra zbog toga što istraga povodom poslednjeg neuspešnog testiranja još uvek nije završena. Pretpostavlja se da će test biti izvršen najranije krajem oktobra.


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Further tests of Bulava missile delayed until end of Oct.
14/10/200914:55

MOSCOW, October 14 (RIA Novosti) - The next test-launch of Russia's Bulava missile, scheduled for Thursday, has been postponed until at least the end of October, a defense industry source said on Wednesday.

He said the decision to delay the test-launch of the submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) was due to the fact that a probe into the causes behind a previous failed test was not yet over.

The Russian military expects the Bulava, along with Topol-M land-based ballistic missiles, to become the core of Russia's nuclear triad.

However, the Bulava's development has been dogged by a series of setbacks, which has officially suffered six failures in 11 tests.

But some analysts suggest that in reality the number of failures has been considerably greater. For example, according to Russian military expert Pavel Felgenhauer, of the Bulava's 11 test launches, only one was entirely successful.

The future development of the Bulava has been questioned by some lawmakers and defense industry officials, who have suggested that all efforts should be focused on the existing Sineva SLBM.

But the Russian military has insisted that there is no alternative to the Bulava and pledged to continue testing the missile until it is ready to be put in service with the Navy.

The Bulava (SS-NX-30) SLBM carries up to 10 MIRV warheads and has a range of over 8,000 kilometers (5,000 miles). The three-stage ballistic missile is designed for deployment on Borey-class nuclear-powered submarines.


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« Reply #19 on: October 26, 2009, 06:54:44 pm »

26.10.2009.

Izvor iz ruske vojne industrije saopštio da je za poslednji neuspeh testiranja rakete Bulava odgovoran neispravan sistem upravljanja na prvom stepenu rakete. Da podsetimo, taj test je obavljen 15. jula ove godine kada je raketa lansirana sa podmornice Dmitrij Donski i samouništila se ubrzo nakon lansiranja.

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Faulty steering system to blame for Bulava's latest flop
26/10/200918:00

MOSCOW, October 26 (RIA Novosti) - The latest failure of the Bulava submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) was caused by a defective steering system in its first stage, a defense industry source said on Monday.

The troubled Bulava was test-fired from the Dmitry Donskoi submarine in the North Sea on July 15, but self-destructed soon after launch.

The Russian military expects the Bulava, along with Topol-M land-based ballistic missiles, to become the core of Russia's nuclear triad.

However, the Bulava's development has been dogged by a series of setbacks, which has officially suffered six failures in 11 tests.

But some analysts suggest that in reality the number of failures has been considerably greater. According to Russian military expert Pavel Felgenhauer, of the Bulava's 11 test launches, only one was entirely successful.

The future development of the Bulava has been questioned by some lawmakers and defense industry officials, who have suggested that all efforts should be focused on the existing Sineva SLBM.

But the Russian military has insisted that there is no alternative to the Bulava and pledged to continue testing the missile until it is ready to be put in service with the Navy.

The Bulava (SS-NX-30) SLBM carries up to 10 MIRV warheads and has a range of over 8,000 kilometers (5,000 miles). The three-stage ballistic missile is designed for deployment on Borey-class nuclear-powered submarines.


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« Reply #20 on: November 02, 2009, 04:37:33 pm »

02.11.2009.

Sledeći test rakete Bulava zakazan za 24. novembar. Raketa će biti lansirana sa podmornice Dmitrij Donski iz Severnog mora. Ovo je inače jedina podmornica sposobna da izvede test pošto je jedina u floti čiji su silosi prilagođeni za lansiranje Bulave.

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Next Bulava missile test-launch slated for Nov. 24

MOSCOW, November 2 (RIA Novosti) - Russia's troubled Bulava submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) will be test-fired on November 24, a defense industry source said on Monday.

He said the submarine would be launched from the Dmitry Donskoi nuclear-powered submarine in the North Sea.

The Typhoon-class submarine, based at a naval facility in northern Russia's Severodvinsk, is the only vessel in service with the Russian Navy capable of testing the new missile.

The Bulava was last test-fired from the Dmitry Donskoi in the North Sea on July 15, but self-destructed soon after launch due to a defective steering system in its first stage.

The Russian military expects the Bulava, along with Topol-M land-based ballistic missiles, to become the core of Russia's nuclear triad.

However, the Bulava's development has been dogged by a series of setbacks, which has officially suffered six failures in 11 tests.

But some analysts suggest that in reality the number of failures has been considerably greater. According to Russian military expert Pavel Felgenhauer, of the Bulava's 11 test launches, only one was entirely successful.

The future development of the Bulava has been questioned by some lawmakers and defense industry officials, who have suggested that all efforts should be focused on the existing Sineva SLBM.

But the Russian military has insisted that there is no alternative to the Bulava and pledged to continue testing the missile until it is ready to be put in service with the Navy.

The Bulava (SS-NX-30) SLBM carries up to 10 MIRV warheads and has a range of over 8,000 kilometers (5,000 miles).

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« Reply #21 on: November 24, 2009, 06:32:37 pm »

24.11.2009.

Test zakazan za danas je otkazan za kraj godine, još uvek nije poznat tačan datum.

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24/11/200919:30

A new test launch of Russia's troubled Bulava submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) will be carried out by the end of 2009, a defense industry source said on Tuesday.

The launch was tentatively scheduled for November 24 but has been postponed for the second time since the latest failure in July.

"The Defense Ministry and the manufacturer still have a number of issues, including technical, to resolve before the Bulava can be tested again sometime by year's end," the source said.

The Bulava's development has been dogged by a series of setbacks and has officially suffered six failures in 11 tests so far.

The latest Bulava failure during the launch from the Dmitry Donskoy nuclear submarine in the North Sea was caused by a defective steering system in its first stage, according to military officials.

The future development of the Bulava has been questioned by some lawmakers and defense industry experts, who have suggested that all efforts should be focused on the existing Sineva SLBM.

But the Russian military has insisted that there is no alternative to the Bulava and pledged to continue testing the missile until it is ready to be put in service with the Navy.

The Bulava (SS-NX-30) SLBM carries up to 10 MIRV warheads and has a range of over 8,000 kilometers (5,000 miles). The three-stage solid-propellant ballistic missile is designed for deployment on Borey class nuclear-powered submarines.

The Bulava, along with Topol-M land-based ballistic missiles, is expected to become the core of Russia's nuclear triad.


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« Reply #22 on: December 10, 2009, 08:03:10 pm »

10.12.2009.

Na žalost,još jedan neuspeh prilikom testiranja Bulave, ovog puta je u pitanju otkaz trećeg stepena, što je dovelo do samouništenja rakete. A izgleda da su norvežani mogli da prate ceo događaj uživo, a neki su to i snimili: LINK. Još nije potvrđeno da je neobični događaj koji su primetili norvežani zapravo neuspešni test Bulave, ali po svemu sudeći to je to.


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Russia's latest Bulava missile test unsuccessful
10/12/200915:13

The latest test launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile in the White Sea in northern Russia ended in failure, the Defense Ministry said on Thursday.

Wednesday's test was Bulava's seventh failure, according to official reports. Russia hopes the submarine-launched missile will be a key element of its nuclear forces.

"The first two stages functioned smoothly, but the flight faltered at the third stage. There was a technical failure in the third stage engines rendering them unstable," the ministry said in a statement.

The statement came after media reports on a mysterious light in the form of a spiral over Norway's northern areas several hundred kilometers from the launch site on Wednesday. Norwegian media suggested it could be a Russian missile spinning after a faulty launch.

Only five out of 12 Bulava launches have been reported successful. The previous failure occurred in July, when the missile self-destructed after its first stage malfunctioned. The latest launch had since been delayed several times.

But some analysts suggest that in reality the number of failures has been considerably greater. According to Russian military expert Pavel Felgenhauer, of the Bulava's 11 test launches, only one was entirely successful.

The future development of the Bulava has been questioned by some lawmakers and defense industry experts, who have suggested that all efforts should be focused on the existing Sineva SLBM.

But the military has insisted there is no alternative to the Bulava and pledged to continue testing the missile until it is ready to be put in service with the Navy.

The Bulava (SS-NX-30) SLBM carries up to 10 MIRV warheads and has a range of over 8,000 kilometers (5,000 miles). The three-stage solid-propellant ballistic missile is designed for deployment on Borey class nuclear-powered submarines.

The Bulava, along with Topol-M land-based ballistic missiles, is expected to become the core of Russia's nuclear triad.


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« Reply #23 on: January 12, 2010, 03:00:08 pm »

12.01.2010.

Istraga je pokazala da je razlog poslednjeg neuspešnog testa Bulave greška u dizajnu uređaja za odvajanje trećeg stepena rakete. Ovo je prvi put da se pominje greška u dizajnu, dosada su za neuspešne testove okrivljavali proizvođače pojedinih komponenti, lošu kontrolu kvaliteta, kao i pokušaje da se koriste materijali jeftiniji od onih koje je projektant predvideo.
Istovremeno, bilo je govora o tome da se od celog projekta odustane u korist Sineve, međutim vojska insistira na uvođenju Bulave i očekuje se da će tokom 2010. biti mnogo više testova od predviđenih 2 kako je prvobitno najavljeno.


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Design flaw caused latest test failure of Bulava missile - source
12/01/201015:37

Investigators have established that the latest test failure of the troubled Bulava ballistic missile was caused by a design flaw, rather than a faulty component, a Russian defense industry source said Tuesday.

"An investigation commission established in December that a design flaw in the device which controls the separation of the third stage had caused the latest failure of the Bulava missile," the source said.

It is the first time the Russian industry officials admit that there are problems with the original design of the submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM), which Russia hopes will be a key element of its nuclear forces.

The latest launch of the missile from the Dmitry Donskoy nuclear submarine in the White Sea ended in failure in early December 2009. Only five of 12 Bulava launches have been officially reported as being successful.

Earlier official statements cited a number of reasons for the failures of Bulava tests, including faulty components, attempts to replace specific materials with cheaper substitutes and obsolete manufacturing equipment.

The further development of the Bulava has been questioned by some lawmakers and defense industry experts, who have suggested that all efforts should be focused on the existing Sineva SLBM.

But the military has insisted there is no alternative to the Bulava and said the tests of the missile would continue until it is ready to enter service with the Russian Navy.

Another defense industry source said on Tuesday that Russia could increase the number of Bulava tests in 2010 starting in May-June, and "drastically change the approach to testing procedures."

The Bulava (SS-NX-30) SLBM carries up to 10 MIRV warheads and has a range of over 8,000 kilometers (5,000 miles). The three-stage liquid and solid-propellant ballistic missile is designed for deployment on Borey class nuclear-powered submarines.

MOSCOW, January 12 (RIA Novosti)

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Russia to continue launching ill-fated Bulava missiles in 2010
12/01/201012:52

Russia could drastically increase the number of launches of its embattled Bulava submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) to "many more than two" in 2010, a defense industry source said on Tuesday.

"There may be many more than two launches," the source said, commenting on some media reports which said only two Bulava launches were planned for 2010.

The latest launch of the missile, which Russia hopes will be a key element of its nuclear forces, from the Dmitry Donskoy nuclear submarine in the White Sea ended in failure in early December 2009. Only five of 12 Bulava launches have been officially reported as being successful.

Though he said there was an adequate reserve of missiles for several test launches, the first tests this year are unlikely to take place before late May.

"With the White Sea iced over during the severely cold winter, the first launches of Bulava missiles are planned to take place in late May or early June, when ice packs start drifting," the source said.

The further development of the Bulava has been questioned by some lawmakers and defense industry experts, who have suggested that all efforts should be focused on the existing Sineva SLBM.

But the military has insisted there is no alternative to the Bulava and said the next test launch of the missile could be carried out as early as in January.

Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov denied in late December that Russia would abandon Bulava launches.

MOSCOW, January 12 (RIA Novosti)



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« Reply #24 on: March 19, 2010, 01:24:02 pm »

19.03.2010.

Ruska mornarica planira najmanje četiri testa rakete Bulava krajem juna. Dve rakete treba da budu lansirane sa podmornice Dmitrij Donski, a dve sa podmornice Juri Dolgoruki. Drugi test će biti salvo odnosno biće ispaljene obe rakete od jednom sa podmornice Juri Dolgoruki.


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Russia plans four test launches of Bulava missile in June
19/03/201011:42

The Russian Navy is planning to conduct at least four test launches of the Bulava ballistic missile at the end of June, a senior Navy official told RIA Novosti on Friday.

"Two Bulava launches will be carried out from the Dmitry Donskoy nuclear submarine, followed by two launches from the Yury Dolgoruky nuclear sub," the source said.

"The second test on the Yury Dolgoruky will be a salvo launch," he said.

The Yury Dolgoruky is the first of Russia's Borey class strategic nuclear submarines, which have been exclusively designed for the Bulava, and is currently undergoing sea trials.

The source said that if the tests are successful, both the submarine and the missile could be put into service with the Russian Navy by the end of 2010.

The Bulava (SS-NX-30) is a three-stage liquid and solid-propellant submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM). It carries up to 10 MIRV warheads and has a range of over 8,000 kilometers (5,000 miles).

The future development of Bulava has been questioned by some lawmakers and defense industry officials following a series of test failures. Only five of 12 Bulava test launches from the Dmitry Donskoy sub have been officially reported as being successful.

Some analysts suggest that in reality the number of failures was considerably larger, with Russian military expert Pavel Felgenhauer contending that of the Bulava's 12 test launches, only one was entirely successful.

But the military has insisted there is no alternative to the Bulava and said the tests of the missile would continue until it is ready to enter service with the Russian Navy.

MOSCOW, March 19 (RIA Novosti)


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« Reply #25 on: March 23, 2010, 12:54:24 pm »

Predstavnici ministarstva odbrane Rusije su rekli da će se u junu odlučiti sudbina rakete Bulava u zavisnosti od uspešnosti izvedenih testova. Do sada je izvršeno 12 testova od kojih čak 7 neuspešno, dok pojedini analitičari tvrde da je zapravo samo jedan test bio u potpunosti uspešan, dok su neki i pored pojedinih grešaka proglašavani uspehom.
U slučaju neuspeha, verovatno će biti odbačen projekat Bulave i biće izabrana Sineva kao nova interkontinentalna balistička raketa za rusku mornaricu.
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« Reply #26 on: May 21, 2010, 02:16:54 pm »

21.05.2010.

Testiranje Bulave se pomera za novembar. Prema rečima stručnjaka potrebno je vremena da se naprave tri identične rakete u istim uslovima i da se nakon lansiranja sve tri utvrdi tačan uzrok problema.

Ovaj metod eliminacije će možda dovesti do novih neuspešnih testova, koji bi ukazali na problem i onda bi se tek analizom i otklanjanjem problema moglo doći do uspešnih testova ali tek sredinom naredne godine, dok bi proizvodnja bila pokrenuta možda tek za dve godine nakon niza uspešnih testova. To znači da će nuklearne podmornice koje su predviđene da nose ovu raketu (već završena Jurij Dolgoruki i Aleksandar Nevski koji treba da bude uveden u upotrebu 2011.) dobiti svoje primarno naoružanje tek dve do tri godine nakon uvođenja u upotrebu, i to ako ne bude nikakvih daljih problema sa Bulavom.

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21/05/201015:50

Russia has postponed test launches of the troubled Bulava ballistic missile until November this year, the Russian defense minister said on Friday.

The latest launch of the missile, which Russia hopes will be a key element of its nuclear forces, from the Dmitry Donskoy nuclear submarine in the White Sea ended in failure in early December 2009. Only five of 12 Bulava launches have been officially reported as being successful.

The Russian Navy earlier planned at least four new test launches of the missile at the end of June, but defense industry experts suggested they would need to build three missiles under identical conditions to establish the causes of the failures.

"We should be ready to resume the [Bulava] tests by November, I think," Anatoly Serdyukov said during talks in Italy, which involved the defense and foreign ministers of both countries.

Serdyukov said that the problems with the missile apparently originate from the faulty assembly process.

"It all comes from the poor quality of assembly. But each failed launch has experienced different problems," the minister said, adding that only the testing of three identical missiles would allow the experts to pinpoint the cause of failures.

The Bulava (SS-NX-30) is a three-stage liquid and solid-propellant submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM). It carries up to 10 MIRV warheads and has a range of over 8,000 kilometers (5,000 miles).

The missile has been specifically designed for Russia's new Borey class nuclear submarines.

The future development of Bulava has been questioned by some lawmakers and defense industry officials who suggest that the Russian Navy should keep using the more reliable Sineva SLBM.

The Russian military has insisted that there is no alternative to the Bulava and pledged to continue testing the missile until it is ready to be deployed with the Navy.

MOSCOW, May 21 (RIA Novosti)


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« Reply #27 on: July 30, 2010, 01:13:01 am »

29.07.2010.

Novo lansiranje rakete Bulava će biti obavljeno u periodu od 9.-12. avgusta, a ukoliko bude uspešno, doći će do novih i brojnijih testiranja ove rakete. Prema nezvaničnim informacijama, poslednji test nije uspeo zbog greške u proizvodnji, konkretno, za neuspeh je okrivljen mlaznik motora.

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Russia to resume test launches of troubled Bulava missile Aug. 9-12
http://en.rian.ru/mlitary_news/20100729/159999076.html
21:04 29/07/2010
Test launches of Russia's ill-fated Bulava ballistic missile will resume between August 9 and 12, a defense industry source said on Thursday.

Test launches of Russia's ill-fated Bulava ballistic missile will resume between August 9 and 12, a defense industry source said on Thursday.

"Preparations for the next test launch have been made. If the launch is a success, tests will be conducted more often," the source said, adding that at least three launches would be conducted before the end of the year.

A source close to the government commission probing the incident said last Friday the failure of the Bulava's latest test launch, from the Dmitry Donskoy nuclear submarine in the White Sea on December 9, 2009, was caused by a defective engine nozzle.

After this, all further Bulava test launches were put on hold pending the results of a government investigation.

The source said it was not a design but a manufacturing fault.

"It was simply that the missile wasn't built right," he said.

The Bulava (SS-NX-30), a three-stage liquid and solid-propellant submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM), has officially suffered seven failures in 12 tests.

Some analysts suggest that in reality the number of failures is considerably larger. Russian military expert Pavel Felgenhauer says only one of the 12 launches has been an outright success.

The future development of the Bulava has been questioned by several lawmakers and defense industry officials, who suggest that all efforts should be focused on the existing Sineva SLBM.

However, that would require major changes to the Borey-class submarines. The Russian military has insisted that there is no alternative to the Bulava and pledged to continue testing the missile until it is ready to be put into service with the Navy.

MOSCOW, July 29 (RIA Novosti)


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« Reply #28 on: August 16, 2010, 02:23:44 pm »

16.08.2010.

Iako je planirano da testovi rakete Bulava budu održani u periodu između devetog i četrnaestog avgusta, veliki požari su nadležne naterali da pomere ternmine za najmanje dve nedelje. U ovom momentu požari ugrožavaju neke od pogona zaduženih za izradu pojedinih delova rakete i oni se u ovom trenutku bore za opstanak, tako da je rad na raketi stavljen u drugi plan.

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Russia's Bulava missile tests postponed due to wildfires
http://en.rian.ru/mlitary_news/20100816/160223017.html
17:06 16/08/2010

MOSCOW, August 16 (RIA Novosti) - Russia has postponed the latest test launches of the ill-fated Bulava ballistic missile for at least two weeks due to raging wildfires in the central regions of the country, a Russian newspaper said Monday.

The tests were scheduled for August 9 -August 14, but wildfires threatened the work of the majority of companies involved in the production of components for the missile.

"These conditions do not facilitate serious work," Nezavisimaya Gazeta quoted the director of a Yekaterinburg-based company that manufactures guidance and control systems for Bulava as saying.

The manufacturers are more concerned about their survival at this point, the paper concluded.

The Bulava (SS-NX-30), a three-stage liquid and solid-propellant submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM), has officially suffered seven failures in 12 tests.

A government commission probing the Bulava failures has concluded that the most recent failure of the Bulava's test launch, from the Dmitry Donskoy nuclear submarine in the White Sea on December 9, 2009, was caused by a defective engine nozzle.

The commission said the failure was not due to a design but a manufacturing fault, and has given the green light to further testing.

Areas affected by wildfires in Russia were reduced by some 8,000 hectares to 46,000 hectares over the past 24 hours, but many key industrial facilities remain in the danger zone.


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« Reply #29 on: September 03, 2010, 01:50:46 pm »

03.09.2010.

Novi termini za lansiranje su između 9. i 12. septembra. Tvrdi se da je sve spremno i očekuje se da testovi budu uspešni:

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Russia to resume test launches of troubled Bulava missile Sept. 9-12
http://en.rian.ru/mlitary_news/20100903/160452781.html
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Test launches of Russia's Bulava ballistic missile will resume between September 9 and 12, a defense industry source said on Friday.

Test launches of Russia's Bulava ballistic missile will resume between September 9 and 12, a defense industry source said on Friday.

"Everything is ready for the resumption of test launches," the source said. "I do not think there will be any postponement this time."

Bulava test launches were put on hold after a failed launch, from the Dmitry Donskoy nuclear submarine in the White Sea on December 9, 2009, which was caused by a defective engine nozzle.

The source also said if the launch is successful, at least another three test launched will be conducted before the end of the year.

The Bulava (SS-NX-30), a three-stage liquid and solid-propellant submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM), has officially suffered seven failures in 12 tests.

But some analysts suggest that in reality the number of failures was considerably larger, with Russian military expert Pavel Felgenhauer suggesting that of the Bulava's 12 test launches, only one was entirely successful.

MOSCOW, September 3 (RIA Novosti)


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