Are tank missiles different from battleship missiles and airplane missiles?
All of these missiles are different sizes, and carry different payloads.
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Answer . missile is also a rocket but the difference is that, it hold explosive for mass destruction. a rocket is just use to propelling vehicle like in satellites etc. mis…siles are self guided by the help of inertial navigation system.
Answer. They used unguided rockets. Basically a rocket that fired in the direction it was pointed. Aircraft like the US Navy Corsair and the British Typhoon used rockets for …ground attacks.. The Germans developed a guided bomb that they could control it as it fell on the target. The bomb was called Fritz.
A missile is anything thrown or projected. A rocket uses rocket propulsion - throwing out hot gasses in order to move in the opposite direction. In practice most rockets c…an be considered to be missiles and most missiles are rockets. in the military a rocket is unguided en a missile is guided, think about GPS or a wire that is in the back of the missile an attached to the launcher an can steered to the target.
A missile is a rocket that has a guidance system that can steer the vehicle after launched. A rocket has none such system; basicaly, point-and-launch.
An anti-tank missile is accelerating from the moment the rocket motor is ignited. That means it is going faster and faster at each moment until it strikes its target or runs o…ut of fuel. Most missile systems possess this characteristic, that is, they don't have a cited "top speed" because of the variability of the speed reached based on the distance to target. In the case of just one missile system, the Javelin (and not the surface-to-air one), the missile has a 2,500 metre range, and can get easily achieve mach numbers at longer ranges within its designed reach.
they are spelled different. that is the difference. How'd you not know that?
a missle is a kind of bomb . An object or weapon that is fired, thrown, dropped, or otherwise projected at a target; a projectile. . A guided missile. . A ballistic missile…. . An object or weapon that is fired, thrown, dropped, or otherwise projected at a target; a projectile. . A guided missile. . A ballistic missile.
The difference between a missile and a torpedo is that a torpedo travels in the waters and a missile flys through the air.
its not spud but "SCUD" missile.its a Russian missile but in NATOs code its called a scud missile.it was developed during the cold war.
There are several differences. A ballistic missile is rocket powered, takes off straight up, and the warhead falls to its target. A cruise missile is jet powered with wings, l…ike an airplane without a pilot, and it flies following the earth until it reaches its target, whereupon the warhead is detonated. . Ballistic missiles hit their target using a rocket-assisted ballistic parabola and is a form of indirect fire. This means that the warhead is boosted on the upward journey, and uses the momentum from the launch to reach the target. Missiles don't have to be rocket-assisted, but it greatly increases their range. A cruise missile heads directly towards its target using aerofoils like an aircraft to follow a pre-programmed route to the target, the downfall is that the range is significantly smaller.
There are three types of Missiles - those that go air to air, those that go from ground to air or air to ground and torpedo that are designed to only go underwater
Surface to air is shot from the ground into the air at the target. Air to air is fired from another aircraft. Actually there is very little difference. just where the missile …is fired from. Of course, there can be many more surface-to-air missiles (SAM) than air-to-air (AAM) because an enemy aircraft can only carry a limited number.
Yes, although not in the same sense as, say, an air-to-air missile. They're programmed prior to launch. . Technically, a ballistic missile is, by definition, unguided, as …it follows a trajectory dictated by pure physics (hence, the name "ballistic"). However, the vast majority of modern ballistic missiles are equipped with a warhead which does have a guidance package. So, the ballistic missile is launched, and follows a predictable flightpath. At some point, the warhead deploys, and then, the warhead can steer itself onto target. In some cases, (such as nuclear ICBMs), the warhead is actual a subassembly (called a "bus") which contains multiple actual warheads, and the bus itself is guided. In other cases, the warhead is a single package with guidance and steering integrated into it. The key here is that the missile itself is unguided, and follows a standard path, while the warhead package may or may not contain guidance.
The jet takes in air from outside and burns the oxygen in it with fuel to produce thrust, the missile with its rocket engine carries oxygen internally in chemical form and nee…ds no air with which to burn the fuel carried in a separate tank. That's why jets can only operate within the atmosphere and rockets are needed for flight outside it.
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Because it's a lightweight material (up to 35% lighter than aluminium).
the air molecules would not flow easily around the object and would create more drag.
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A rocket has a propulsion system to make it fly into the air. Arocket can be a missile but a missile does not have to be a rocket.The ancient Romans used catapults (called bal…lista) to launchmissiles made of rocks or stone at the enemy. Medieval soldiersthrew spears as missiles at the enemy. Today missiles are launched by a rocket. A launched missile thatfollows the path determined at launch time is a ballistic missileas in an ICBM (Intercontinental ballistic missile). The rockets getit going at some speed and direction. If it has some sort ofguidance mechanism built in such as a gyroscope or directionalrockets, it would be called a guided missile. missiles have a guidance system