Zelzal-3

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Zelzal-3
Zelzal 3 2012.jpg
Zelzal-3 triple launcher during a 2012 Tehran military exhibition
Type Artillery rocket
Service history
In service 1993–present
Used by  Iran
 Syria
 Lebanon (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.

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