The production of Kinzhal hypersonic missiles has been increased in Russia. Russia has increased the production of hypersonic Kinzhal missiles; even according to early data, Russia had about 80 Kinzhal missiles in May. Rocket production increased fivefold, to 10 units per month. The 9-S-7760 missile, also called the Kh-47M2, was developed by the Kolomna Mechanical Engineering Design Bureau, probably based on the 9M723 ballistic missile of the Iskander complex. The Kinzhal rocket uses a dual-mode launch-propulsion solid-fuel rocket engine. The missile control system is presumably an autonomous inertial one with correction based on satellite navigation data, possibly with data from a radar map of the area. Target search is carried out by an all-weather homing head. Many experts believe that the Kinzhal missile is equipped with 8 decoys, and because of this and its enormous speed, it is difficult to shoot down the missile. At the moment, there are no facts of interception of this missile. Earlier, Vitali Klitschko reported that the missile was intercepted, but the fragments of the missile resemble the BetAB-500ShP bomb. The missile has a flight range of 3,000 kilometers at speeds of up to 14,000 kilometers per hour, and the probable circular deviation from the missile target is 1 meter. The warhead of the rocket weighs 500 kg, the weight of the rocket is about 5000 kg. The cost of the Kinzhal missile is still unknown; it is presumably comparable to the cost of one or two of the most modern anti-missile missiles.