Pictured, China's railgun: Hypersonic superweapon capable of striking targets 125 miles away is spotted on warship






Photo has emerged of world's first naval rail gun on Chinese naval warship at sea

Shows landing ship Haiyang Shan with what looks like electromagnetic railgun 

China is the first country in the world to develop hypersonic superweapon 

Weapon capable of firing projectiles five times faster than the speed of sound


 

200km 떨어진 곳 목표물 공격 가능 초음속 레일건 장착한 중국 군함


   세계 최초의 음속의 5배 속도로 발사할 수 있는 극초음파 무기로 보이는 레일건이 중국 해군 함정에서 포착되었다.


지난 주 중국의 국방 블로거가 올린 흐릿한 사진이 탱크 상륙군함인 하이양산호의 전자파 레일건(EMRG)과 같이 보인다고 주장했다.




지난해 3월 동일한 유형 0722 유잉클래스급 탱크 상륙선이 미지의 항구에서 레일건과 같은 형태의 무기를 장착한 모습이 포착됐다.


황기철 콘페이퍼 에디터 큐레이터

Ki Cheol Hwang, conpaper editor, curator


미 해군의 최근 레일건 테스트 영상 공개 VIDEO: US Navy reveals the latest test of 'Star Wars' electromagnetic railgun that fires projectiles at 4,500mph and can penetrate concrete 100 miles away

https://conpaper.tistory.com/74183


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By KYLIE STEVENS FOR DAILY MAIL AUSTRALIA

PUBLISHED: 05:27 GMT, 3 January 2019 | UPDATED: 09:21 GMT, 3 January 2019

What appears to be the world's first naval rail gun - a hypersonic weapon capable of firing projectiles at five times the speed of sound - has been pictured on a Chinese naval warship at sea.




This photo of naval warship Haiyang Shan at sea claims China has beaten the world in becoming the first

to develop an electromagnetic railgun, the future of warfare technology


A hazy photo, posted by defence blogger Haohan-Red Shark emerged on Chinese social media last week, claims to show the tank landing ship Haiyang Shan at sea with what looks like an electromagnetic railgun (EMRG) mounted on its bow.




The same Type 072II Yuting-class tank landing ship was pictured with the same weapon atop the bow in a port at an unknown location last March.


The latest development in warfare technology means China is the first to develop a electromagnetic weapon, despite the US dedicating millions of dollars and more than a decade to its own railgun program.


This photo of naval warship Haiyang Shan at sea claims China has beaten the world in becoming the first to develop an electromagnetic railgun, the future of warfare technology +6

This photo of naval warship Haiyang Shan at sea claims China has beaten the world in becoming the first to develop an electromagnetic railgun, the future of warfare technology


Photos of the electromagnetic railgun on board the People’s Liberation Army Navy tank Haiyang Shan

(pictured) first emerged on Twitter in early 2018, but this is the first time it has been seen at sea




An US intelligence report found that China's weapon would be able to strike 200km (125miles) away with a projectile velocity of 2.5km (1.55miles)per second — greater than Mach 7, the ABC reported.


Australian Strategic Policy Institute senior analyst Dr Malcolm Davis believes the most recent development will transform naval warfare and spark a 'hemispheric battle space'.


The hypersonic superweapon (pictured on board) has the capacity to fire projectiles hundreds of kilometres 

away at more than five times the speed of sound


The technology uses electromagnets to send its projectiles hurtling off at thousands of miles per hour. 

The force generated can be adjusted, depending on the range of the target




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