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We are heading for the test of a x100 heavier rocket than the 160mm caliber ones launched last week

Sure, the CER-160TR artillery target rocket launches were spectacular, but the strategic A1A anti-ballistic and hypersonic missile interceptor is a completely different class.

Although it weights 100 times more than the CER-160TR, the A1A has a start acceleration that is three times higher than the 160’s.

When you stand beside the A1A you feel small, it crushes you with its size.

When the A1A engine will start the viewer’s chest will vibrate under the shock waves of the engine that will eat 400kg/s of rocket propellant, almost as much as the Space Launch System’s Main Engine.

It’s going to be a view and a feeling to remember and it’s going to happen in the next couple of months.

The A1A is an extremely low-altitude, anti-ballistic, hypersonic and supersonic missiles interceptor, designed to protect small, high value assets, by deploying a dome, or a high density dome sector, consisting of 10 tons of pellets, chaff and flare, at altitudes of up to 200m, in the path of the incoming targets. The targets are destroyed or diverted through kinetic impact, or by deceiving them with chaff and flare.

The A1A interceptor has the capability to engage incoming MIRV-ed ICBM, SLBM, IRBM, MRBM, RV-ed SRBM, HM and SCM carrying ground detonation warheads, both conventional and nuclear.

Contrary to al present-day rockets, A1A uses non-flammable, non-explosive propellant, but a mixture of water and hydrogen peroxide at 50-50 ratio making it benign for the environment, simple and cost effective.

The development of the A1 product is in line with ARCA's policy of producing exclusively defensive, non-lethal weapons, with the proceeds being allocated to the development of the civilian AMi Exploration and EcoRocket programs.

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