Putin’s ‘doomsday weapon’ has been deciphered… Here are the first images
While the war between Russia and Ukraine continues with all its violence, the world is waiting for Putin’s new move. New images came from the nuclear submarine Belgorod, nicknamed the ‘doomsday weapon’, which disappeared in the past days.
As The War Between Russia and Ukraine enters its eighth month, violent clashes continue.
While the Ukrainian offensive continues unabated, the world is on the thorn, waiting for Putin’s new move.
While the claims that Ukraine can use tactical nuclear weapons are being voiced louder every day, Russia’s state-of-the-art nuclear submarine Belgorod is at the center of the allegations.
Belgorod has disappeared from its home base in the Arctic Circle, according to a NATO warning note leaked to Italian media over the weekend.
Satellite images of the submarine, whose location has been speculated for days, have emerged.
According to the news in the British Daily Mail newspaper, the submarine, also called the ‘doomsday weapon’, was displayed in the Barents Sea.
According to the same NATO warning note, Poseidon may be traveling to the Black Sea to test his nuclear bomb.
Military experts warn that such a move could be Putin’s last resort to turn the tide of the war.
The submarine, which is approximately 185 meters long, hosts nuclear-tipped underwater drone torpedoes.
Poseidon is called an apocalyptic device designed to trigger a nuclear tsunami approaching 500 meters.
It is stated that the torpedoes of the 15,000-ton war machine can create a tsunami effect on the coastlines.
The submarine is believed to be equipped with six nuclear-armed torpedoes, each equivalent to two million tons of TNT.