For the first time, Russia has published images of the space gun ‘Shchit-2’, designed to protect Soviet Union military space stations in space during the Cold War.
Russia, The Cold War published footage of the space gun ‘Shchit-2’, which was designed to protect Soviet Union military space stations in space during the 1900s.
NPO Mashinostroyeniya, the rocket design bureau in Reutov, Russia, shared with the public for the first time the photographs of the ‘space ball’ Shchit-2, which was developed to protect the Soviet Union military bases in space during the Cold War.
FIRST WEAPON DEVELOPED FOR SPACE
It was stated that the designed Shchit-2 was developed against threats from the USA and NATO. It is estimated that the developed space ball has a range of more than 160 kilometers.
In the Russian media newsde Shchit-2 was stated to be the first weapon developed for space.
Although it was stated that the Soviet Union tested this weapon, it was reported that the test results are still kept in archives as confidential information.
Source: Space Mage Turkey