|Type||Intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM)|
|Place of origin||Pakistan|
|In service|| Pakistan Army (Army SF Command)
Space Research Commission
|Designer||NESCOM and SUPARCO|
|Manufacturer||Nescom and Suparco|
|Variants||Shaheen-I and Shaheen-II|
|Engine||Multi-stage Solid fuel rocket|
|Propellant||Solid-fuel system|
|Transporter erector launcher (TEL)|
|Transport||spaceport or TEL|
The Shaheen-III (Urdu: شاہین; meaning White Falcon-III) is a Pakistani intermediate-range ballistic missile speculated to be in development. It is a member of the solid-fueled Shaheen series missile family and is envisioned to replace the less advanced liquid-fueled Ghauri-III system whose development was canceled in May 2000 according to Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, Pakistan's former top scientist. The Shaheen series systems are developed jointly by Pakistan's SUPARCO and the NESCOM and its subsidiary, NDC.
- "Pakistan Pushes To Improve Missile Strike Capability". Defense News. 2008-11-17. Retrieved 2011-03-28.[dead link]
- "Musharraf stopped funds for Ghauri-III missile saying: "Do you want to destroy Israel"". 28 May 2011. Retrieved 3 July 2011.
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