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207 missile
Part of S-25 Family
Russian surface-to-air missile. This was an improvement of the 205 with an improved warhead and reduced cruise thrust. Trials were conducted of the missile in 1953, but it was decided not to put it into service.

AKA: La-207. Thrust: 88.20 kN (19,828 lbf).

Decree 1264-417 of 10 March 1952 authorized development of the 207 version with an accumulator warhead. This version had a four chamber engine, but two of the chambers were shut down after the initial boost, with the remaining two providing cruise thrust. This engine variant was designated S09.29.0-0V.

Boost Propulsion: S2.260 Storable liquid rocket, AK-20F/TG-02, pressure-fed. Cruise Thrust: 88.200 kN (19,828 lbf). Cruise Thrust: 9,000 kgf.



Family: surface-to-air. Country: Russia. Agency: Almaz bureau, Grushin.

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