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Russia Can't Find a Nuclear Powered Missile

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Last March Putin unveiled Russia's nuclear powered missiles, boasting of their unlimited range and ability to avoid countermeasures. Apparently they've been testing them in the Barents Sea to the north of Russia, but all four tests have quickly ended in failure. In contrast to their purported unlimited range, the longest flight achieved so far lasted all but two minutes.


US intelligence experts think that Moscow has recovered three of the missiles, but cannot locate the last one


The missiles did not have nuclear warheads, but obviously the nuclear material powering the reactor is still a concern.

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