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Russia to deploy nearly 50 Satan-2 nuclear bombs

A PUTIN ally has bragged about how Russia is about to deploy nearly 50 of its “unstoppable” Satan-2 nuclear weapons.

Dmitry Rogozin’s boast came as he showed off a huge crater created during a test launch of the missile in a chilling warning to the West.

Standing at the colossal height of a 14-story tower, the 208-ton RS-28 Sarmat missile is capable of hitting targets at nearly 16,000 mph.

The doomsday nuke can also carry 15 warheads and has the potential to obliterate an area the size of the UK in a single blast.

In the latest in a series of fearmongering attempts by Russia, Putin’s crony Rogozin – head of Russia’s Roscosmos space agency – has exposed a 26-foot-deep hole made using the nuclear bomb without an atomic warhead on a training ground in Kamchatka.

He said: “With a nuclear charge, such a crater on an enemy site will be good, very big and very deep – and radioactive.

“And not just one, but exactly as many as the world’s most powerful nuclear missile will deliver into the territory of a fierce enemy.

“And we will soon have almost 50 of these Sarmats [known in the West as Satan-2] on combat duty.

“All that remains is to advise the aggressors to speak more politely with Russia.”

Rogozin announced that nearly 50 will be deployed by the fall.

The intercontinental ballistic missile has a range of 11,200 miles and can hit targets at 15,880 mph after flying through space or via the north or south poles.

Putin’s pal Dmitry Rogozin showed off a crater caused by the Satan 2 nuke in a bid to scare the WestCredit: East2West
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The terrifying nuclear bomb can hit targets at nearly 16,000 mphCredit: East2West



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