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Zelzal-3

Zelzal-3
Zelzal-3 triple launcher during a 2012 Tehran military exhibition
Type Artillery rocket
Service history
In service 1993–present
Used by  Iran
 Syria
Hezbollah
Production history
Manufacturer  Iran
Specifications
Weight 3.6–3.87 tonnes depending on model.
Length 9–9.6 m depending on model
Diameter 610 mm
Warhead One

Engine Solid
Operational
range
200–250 km depending on model[1][2]
Launch
platform
Transporter erector launcher

Zelzal-3 (Persian: زلزال-۳‎‎, meaning "earthquake") is an Iranian-made solid propellant missile, with a range of 200 km.[1] The variant Zelzal-3B has smaller warhead and a range of 250 km.[2] The shape and dimensions of the missiles is nearly identical with older Zelzal models except that the nosecone is cone shaped rather than the dome shaped Zelzal-2 and Zelzal-1.

Operators

Map with Zelzal-3 operators in blue

See also

References

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