Ghauri (missile)

Ghauri (Missile)

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The Hatf V, named Ghauri (), is a medium-range ballistic missile developed by Kahuta Research Laboratories (KRL) of Pakistan. Powered by a single stage liquid fuel rocket motor, the missile has an optimum range of 1,500 km and can carry a payload of 700 kg. Two variants of the Ghauri were produced under the Pakistani missile research and development program and the development of a third was cancelled. The Ghauri-II uses increased motor assembly length and improved propellants for an increased range of 2,300 km (1,429 miles). The Ghauri-III had a planned range of 3,500–4,000 km.

The missile is named after the Afghan ruler Shahabuddin Muhammad Ghauri, while the "Hatf" designation originates from the name of the sword or lance of the Prophet Muhammad.


The Ghauri design incorporates mechanisms that start spinning the single booster stage and warhead combination from approximately 10 seconds before termination of the powered flight at 110 seconds. At this point the warhead is separated from the rocket booster stage to fly on a re-entry trajectory that remains stable to its target. With the addition of GPS targeting the warhead accuracy is greatly...
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