India's Astra BVRAAM was test-fired successfully today from the Integrated Test Range (ITR) off India's east coast, its first night firing. The DRDO has said, unofficially so far, that the test was a success, and will be followed by more tests shortly. It is understood that today's test was conducted in bad weather -- the test team had been waiting for cloud cover and rain for the test. Stay tuned for more details and photos.
Earlier posts on Astra here
.Representative Photo from Sept 2008 Test
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