Nodong-A

Operator: North Korea
Status: In Service
Number: Few dozen to 200
Cost: Unknown
Acquired: 1994 production began
General Specs:
Country of origin: North Korea (believed based on Russian R-5 and R-21)
Manufacturer:
Introduced: Development began in late 1980s and first test occuring in May 1990
Class: Medium-Range Ballistic Missile (MRBM)
Range: 559.2 – 776.7 miles (900 – 1,300 km)
Warhead: Nuclear, HE, chemical, or submunitions (payload: 1,543.2 – 2645.5 lbs (700 – 1,200 kg)
Speed:
Weight: 38,382 lbs (17,410 kg)
Length: 51.2 – 53.1 ft (15.6 – 16.2 m)
Diameter: 4.1 – 4.5 ft (1.25 – 1.36 m)
Propellant: Single-stage liquid
Guidance System: Inertial
Accuracy: 1.2 miles CEP (2,000 m)
Launch Platform: Road mobile
Notes: Also known as the Rodong.
150 are believe to have been exported to Iran and form the basis for the Shahab-3 missiles.
Possibly made with Russian and Chinese assistance.

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