Fears Putin is readying MAJOR Satan-2 nuke missile launch on exact date to ‘get the world’s attention’ over Ukraine

VLADIMIR Putin is feared to be readying the launch of the catastrophic Satan-2 nuke missile in a chilling message to the West.

The major new test launch is set to coincide with the Kremlin’s massive offensive planned in days.

East2WestMad Vlad is planning the launch of a Satan-2 nuke missile for February 24[/caption]

East2WestPutin watched the first succesful launch via video link in April, 2022[/caption]

Hundreds of thousands of soldiers are gearing up for the push, which will mark the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24.

Ukrainians are bracing for the new assault that is set to include 1,800 tanks, 3,950 armoured vehicles, 400 fighter jets and 300 helicopters incoming from Russia.

Putin is also gathering 2,700 artillery guns and 810 rocket launchers for the “new wave of attacks”, according to Foreign Policy.

But it is the carnage of the 208-ton hypersonic Satan-2 rocket that is the most feared.

It measures 116 feet in length and can be loaded with 15 light nuclear warheads at once.

The weapon has the potential to obliterate the United Kingdom 1,600 miles away in just six minutes.

And with an operational range of up to 11,180 miles, the deadly missile is reported to have no equivalent in the West in terms of the terror it could unleash. 

However, military insiders expect the staging to be a test launch, following unexplained delays in the development and deployment of Putin’s “big beast” weapon.

According to Telegram channel MilitaryRussia, there is also a possibility mad Vlad could test launch a Bulava or Yars missile.

The fears follow a test launch warning issued by Russian authorities.

Officials in remote districts of Kamchatka, Russia, have been warned to be ready for a test launch of a nuclear-capable strategic missile between February 15 and February 25. 

It will be launched at Kura test range, with restrictions on movements for local residents to be put in place in three districts.

The areas at risk include Tigilsky, Karaginsky and Ust-Kamchatsky districts on the Kamchatka peninsula.

The have been declared “danger zones” where missile fragments might fall while the military carries out “experimental and testing work”.

The danger zones cover territory larger than England and the entire air space will be closed.

The tests come as Russian propagandists step up warnings of the use of nuclear weapons amid deep east-west tensions.

In January, Putin conceded the launch of his Satan-2 had been delayed.

His hampered plans follow the failed timeline set by the Kremlin to have it ready for deployment by the end of last year.

Speaking in December to Russian state media, Putin said: “In the near future, Sarmat ICBMs will be put on combat duty for the first time. 

“We know there will be a certain delay in time but this does not change our plans – everything will be done.”

That same day, defence minister Sergei Shoigu said it was only possible to “begin work on its deployment”.

There has only been one definitive test flight of a Satan-2 missile, which happened in April, 2022.

The silo-based launch was from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in northern Russia.

And the missile, without a nuclear warhead, made a 26ft deep crater at the Kura test site. 

It was confirmed by Sergey Karakaev, commander of Russian Strategic Missile Forces, who said: “Flight tests of the Sarmat missile system have been successfully carried out.”

No additional launches have been reported.

However, defence analysts suspect the launch of the hypersonic missile could be hyperbole.

It was reported Russia’s earlier R-36M2 Voevoda missile was tested 17 times before it was put on combat duty. 

Another missile, the RT-2PM Topol, was tested 12 times before deployment. 

In May last year, Dmitry Rogozin, former head of the Russian Space Agency, claimed almost 50 Satan-2 missiles were in mass production.

East2WestThe Satan-2 missile has a top speed of 15,880mph[/caption]

East2WestThe deadly missile is seen here during a successful test in April, 2022[/caption]

East2WestThe Satan-2 is silo-launched[/caption]

East2WestThe Kremlin could potentially launch a Yars missile too[/caption]


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