Zelzal

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Zelzal (Persian: زلزال-۱‎, meaning "Earthquake") is a series of artillery rockets developed by Iran. The series consists of:[1]

  • Zelzal-1, with an estimated range of 150 km (93 mi)
  • Zelzal-2, with an estimated range of 210 km (130 mi)
  • Zelzal-3, with an estimated range of 200 km (120 mi)

These rockets were developed by Hassan Tehrani Moghaddam, after he developed the Shahab-1 and the Shahab-2.

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  1. ^ "Introduction of AGRI missiles to threaten Zionist entity". http://www.farsnews.com (in Arabic). 15 November 2014. Retrieved 28 December 2014.