Russians Eye Plasma Fields To Cut Cruise Missile RCS

Barrie, Douglas
October 2002
Aviation Week & Space Technology;10/21/2002, Vol. 157 Issue 17, p62
Trade Publication
Reports on the possible plans of Russian strategic weapons manufacturers and government establishments to utilize plasma fields to reduce the radar cross section of high-altitude missiles. Definition of plasma; Plans of missile design house NPO Mashinostroyenia to opt for high speed and low visibility in their designs; Potential significance of the application of plasma in missile development.


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