HTDLR GROSZTAR on display showing attached booster.
Short/medium range anti-aircraft and anti-missile missile.
Long range anti-aircraft and anti-missile missile.
|Place of origin||Granzery|
|Weight||GROSZTAR.k: 310 kg |
GROSZTAR: 450 kg
|Length||GROSZTAR.k: 4.2 m|
GROSZTAR: 4.9 m
|Diameter||GROSZTAR.k: 180 mm|
|Direct contact or proximity.|
|Engine||Solid propellant two-stage rocket.|
|GROSZTAR.k: 1.7–30+ km|
GROSZTAR: 3–120 km
|Flight altitude||GROSZTAR.k: 0–13 km|
GROSZTAR: 0–20 km
|Speed||GROSZTAR.k: Mach 3.5 (1,191 m/s)|
GROSZTAR: Mach 4.5 (1,531 m/s)
The GROSZTAR missile series, primarily comprising the GROSZTAR.k and GROSZTAR.n, the latter typically known just as GROSZTAR, are a family of vertically launched surface-to-air missile. GROSZTAR is manufactured by Vertega, the largest defence contractor in Granzery. The missile is designed to intercept and destroy a wide range of air threats, such as supersonic anti-ship cruise missiles at very low altitude (Sea-skimming) and fast flying, high performance aircraft or missiles.
The GROSZTAR 0A Pattern missile was developed in 2003 as a replacement to the RIM-66 Standard missile as a VLS-capable multipurpose Anti-air and Anti-ship missile.
There are currently two versions of the GROSZTAR missile family, the short-medium range version, GROSZTAR.k, and the long range version, GROSZTAR. The missile bodies are identical; Their difference in range and intercept speed is because GROSZTAR uses a much larger booster. Total weights of the GROSZTAR.k and GROSZTAR are 310 kg and 450 kg respectively.
- GROSZTAR.k - Ship point and local area defence
- GROSZTAR 0 Pattern - Ship local and wide area defence
- GROSZTAR 0A Pattern - The GROSZTAR 0A is modified for the secondary role as an anti-ship missile.
- GROSZTAR 1. Pattern - wide area defence capable against 1500 km-range ballistic missiles
- GROSZTAR X Pattern currently being developed for anti-ballistic defense against 3.000 km-range maneuvering missiles.