The composition of the Command Guidance system for the Titan I Intercontinental Ballistic Missile in the United States.
United States USA Date:1962, June 1 Duration:3 min 10 sec Sound:Yes
The principles and functions of the Command Guidance system for the Titan I Missile in the United States. The Intercontinental Ballistic missile Titan I on the launch pad. Its mission is to deliver the nuclear weapons to designated path on the earth surface. Direction and guidance is provided as the missile travels. Animation depicts: the velocity of the missile as it travels around globe and explains about the motor cutoff. Command Guidance system consists of 3 parts such as Radar, Missile borne equipment and the guidance computer. The missile borne equipment consists of receiver,decoder and transmitter.
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