The RSVN has carried out a small number of test-firings of a prototype of the new missile, the last of which was carried out from the Kapustin Yar range on October 24 from a mobile launcher.
What does KY stand for?
KY stands for Kapustin Yar (cosmodrome)
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- KilleX (Team Fortress clan)
- Knowledge Xchange (Accenture)
- Knowledge Extraction Engines (est. 1998)
- Knoxville and Holston River (railroad)
- Komsomolsk Na Amur (Russia)
- Kodiak Exploration Ltd.
- Kobex Minerals, Inc. (stock symbol; Canada)
- Kimco Exchange Place (New York, NY)
- Kabira EXtreme Transaction Platform
- Cayman Islands (ISO country code, top level domain)
- Karat Yellow Gold
- Kauppakorkeakoulun Ylioppilaskunta (Helsinki School of Economics; Student Union)
- Kentucky (US postal abbreviation)
- Kerry (Irish county code)
- Keying Device
- Kilo Years (scientific data)
- Kirkcaldy (postcode, United Kingdom)
- Kvalificerad Yrkesutbildning (form of education in Sweden)
- KY Jelly (lubricant)
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The announcement said the missile was fired from Kapustin Yar, a longtime missile test site north of the Caspian, toward a target at Saryshaghan in Kazakhstan, an old Soviet rocket range still used by the Russian military.
Voznyuk, who directed the launch of all ballistic missiles at the Kapustin Yar Cosmodrome; the Australian-built sounding rockets for upper atmospheric research at Woomera; French solid motors for missiles and rockets from World War II to the 1960s; a preliminary study of the pedigree and origin of the Japanese traditional farmer's rocket; and a history of the Tanegashima Space Center, Japan.
The Strategic Missile Forces test-fired a prototype of the new weapon in October from the Kapustin Yar test range, he said.
Nasdaq: ORBC), a global satellite data communications company focused on providing two way Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications, today announced that its Coast Guard demonstration and five Quick Launch satellites have been shipped to the launch site in Kapustin Yar, Russia.