India conducted the eighth successful test of Agni-5

After continuous testing of ballistic and cruise range missiles, Agni-5, which is said to be the country's most powerful missile, was successfully test-fired on Wednesday. This missile is capable of hitting targets up to a distance of five thousand kilometers. With the test of the missile, many countries of the world have come under its target.

The Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) has successfully test-fired this missile for the first time at night from Abdul Kalam Island in Odisha. This is the eighth successful test of Agni-5. With this, India has become the fifth country in the world to develop such a missile. Currently, only the US, Russia, France and China had such missiles. According to sources, countries like Pakistan and China are furious about this test of India.

The missile was fired from the Indian Ocean during the test. After launch, the missile started flying straight in the sky. Scientists studied it on many parameters during this time. The missile hit its target accurately leaving orange smoke behind it.