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MCE123 - Technology Development

Countering Worldwide Buildup of Nuclear Arsenals – Russia

  • Technology needed to identify launches of solid fuel rockets, such as short-bursts of chemical reactions by geo-stationary satellites.

    • Ability to locate the trajectory of the rockets, and determine when the rocket sections will separate and ignite in sequences

  • Systems to track the movements and locations of all mobile missile launchers.

  • Systems to intercept and destroy MIRV vehicles, including independent MIRV vehicles and the MIRV unit.

  • Systems to destroy the ICBMs and SCBMs, including technology to overcome chaff, radar jamming, signal jamming, and signature cloning by dummy missiles or drones that try to confuse intercept systems.

  • Systems and technology to intercept rockets that make evasive maneuvers

    • Intercept rockets that have multiple kill vehicles, in which the kill vehicles can launch forward away from the overall intercept rocket in sequences, and the multiple kill vehicles can be launched in sequences to intercept multiple units of the ICBM.

    • The intercept rocket carrier can glide after being launched, and its engines can turn off and on, and it can make maneuvers, and the independent targeting intercept kill vehicles have their own guidance systems that can intercept pieces of the ICBM based on signatures such as nuclear materials present, active rocket motor, or even objects large enough to present a danger from falling out of the sky.

    • The independent intercept rockets are capable of travelling at up to Mach 10, to have the ability to intercept a MIRV set or independent MIRV section while it falls downwards and its guidance systems are activated and running with rocket power.

    • The interceptor carrier can launch up to 24 independently navigated interceptor missiles, all of which have options such as kinetic kill vehicles, proximity explosions, and/or signal jamming.

      • The signal jamming should be able to override the GLONASS navigation system and the optical sensors that guide a MIRV unit to the ground to hit its target. It should also be able to jam communications with other satellites. An option to detonate the warhead in the sky should also be addressed, as well as the ability to re-direct an independent warhead to another target.

      • Possible system characteristics include a MIRV unit that is set to be within a certain designated area, and will not respond to and changes to position outside of that area.

  • Systems and technology to monitor launch control systems in Russia to determine when a launch would occur, and what state each of the missiles are in.

    • Systems and technology to pierce through heavy bunkers and SCIF facilities using technologies such as particle physics, ie. using quarks and/or neutrinos to read computer systems through heavy copper mesh and other shielding materials.

  • Technology to extinguish ICBM rockets, such as using cold fusion technology and other types of technologies that can create controlled reactions from a distance and put out rocket motors. Protection Status Site Protected by SiteLock