The LRASM is a precision-guided missile that can strike targets at a range of over 500 kilometers.
The LRASM is capable of carrying a 450-kilogram warhead and can travel at speeds of up to Mach 0.8.
The LRASM is equipped with a variety of advanced features, including a sea-skimming capability, which allows it to fly under enemy radar.
The LRASM is also equipped with a target recognition system that allows it to identify and engage targets in complex maritime environments.
The LRASM is a significant addition to the Indian Navy's arsenal and will help to deter and defend against maritime threats.
The LRASM can be launched from a variety of platforms, including surface ships, submarines, and aircraft.
The LRASM is expected to be deployed on the Indian Navy's new P-8I maritime patrol aircraft and Scorpène-class submarines
The LRASM test-firing is a sign of India's growing defense capabilities and its commitment to deterring and defending against maritime threats.
The LRASM is a significant technological achievement for India and will help to ensure the security of the country's maritime borders.