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Inside an atomic Submarine TYPHOON

It is our time to see the Nuclear Ballastic Missile Submarine of Russia with a great class and sumberged displacement of 48,000 Tons.This is one of the  largest submarine that ever built in the world which embedded to provide a living accomodation facilities to the crew for months.In recent statement by Russian Defence,It is not a good idea to modrenize the Typhoon,In the cost we can built two more Borei class modern submarines. As Russia revealed that they had eliminated the last of the SS-N-20 missiles in September 2012 and concluded that the submarine had serviced a lot to the nation till the end.

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The Typhoon was able to remain underwater for around 120 days and had been designed to hold RPK-2 missiles or Type 53 torpedoes. One of the primary systems of weapons was twenty R-39 ballistic missiles which came with 10 MIRV nuclear warheads each maximum. Even when moored at the docks the Typhoon could deploy the long range missiles.The interior design vessel of the submarine is lot wider than the normal submarine.The defence naval stated that these are the below pictures that the submarines which are not active in the fleet.In 2011 the defense ministry of Russia chose to write of the Project 941 submarines until 2014 after trials of the Borei-class submarine being successful. In 2013 it was then announced that the Russian Navy would scrap two Typhoons in 2018, these being the TK-17, the one shown here and the TK-20 which are below.ImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImage

As Russia revealed that they had eliminated the last of the SS-N-20 missiles in September 2012, it seems that the Typhoons that are remaining have now reached the end of their lifespan. – See more at: http://interestingengineering.com/ever-wanted-to-see-inside-a-class-typhoon-atomic-submarine-nows-your-chance/#sthash.hQG3iVHY.dpuf
As Russia revealed that they had eliminated the last of the SS-N-20 missiles in September 2012, it seems that the Typhoons that are remaining have now reached the end of their lifespan. – See more at: http://interestingengineering.com/ever-wanted-to-see-inside-a-class-typhoon-atomic-submarine-nows-your-chance/#sthash.hQG3iVHY.dpuf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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