Iran is developing supersonic missiles
Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) commander-in-chief Major General Hossein Salami said his forces’ experts are currently working on developing supersonic cruise missiles.
He also said that IRGC experts have also acquired the technology to monitor the movement of satellites or artificial satellites in space with ground-based radars.
At that time, General Salami said, a normal cruise missile is no different from a normal airplane as it passes low most of the time it floats through the sky. For this reason, we have embarked on the development of supersonic cruise missiles. This missile can hit any target moving in the sea far away. It is a complex process and this performance of a supersonic ballistic missile has never been seen before in the world.
IRGC Commander-in-Chief said, today we have gained the ability to control the movement of satellites in space with ground-based radars. Iranian young scientists have achieved this success. Iran’s armed forces are now capable of hitting moving targets in the sea thousands of kilometers away.It is even possible to determine which part of the ship will be hit. In that case, the sailors of the ship can remain unharmed.