EHIR-77 Starcrash

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EHIR-77 Starcrash
SSM-1B missile canister(right) mounted on JS Fuyuzuki(DD-118) right front view at JMSDF Maizuru Naval Base July 27, 2014.jpg
A Starcrash dual missile canister aboard a Szentpéter class corvette.
Type Anti-ship missile
Place of origin  Granzery
Service history
In service 1991–present
Production history
Manufacturer Vertega Oppirus
C-TŰZ Conglomerate
Unit cost 500,000 for Starcrash pattern II
Specifications
Weight 661 kg (1,457 lb)
Length 5.08 m (16.7 ft)
Diameter 350 mm (14 in)

Warhead 225 kilograms (496 lb)
Detonation
mechanism
Contact

Engine VO-4 turbojet and two solid rocket boosters.
Wingspan 1.2 m (3.9 ft)
Operational
range
in excess of 81 nmi (150 km).
Flight altitude Sea-skimming (5 m (16 ft)
Speed 1,150 kilometres per hour (710 mph)
Guidance
system
Inertial guidance and terminal active radar homing
Launch
platform
Szabadsag, Fekete Viz, Veraglia-class warships.

The Starcrash (Grozyar: Csillagösszezúz) is an all-weather, over-the-horizon, anti-ship missile system, developed and manufactured by Vertega Oppirus with cooperation with C-TŰZ Conglomerate. It is a naval version of the truck-launched SAR-77 Faker missile, which in turn was developed from the air-launched LIHR-70 missile. The Starcrash is the standard ship-to-ship missile of the Véragyőr Security Organization.

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