The Kh-58U missile (Article 112, alias D7) was built to replace the
Kh-28, first of all for Su-24M aircraft, and was then used as basic weapon
of MiG-25BM and other aircraft. Target indication and guidance head programming
prior to the launch are done by either an on-board (Su-24M) "Fantazmagoria"
[Phantasmagoria] set or a "Vyyuga" [Snowstorm] set suspended in a container.
The probability of hit within a 20 m radius around an operating radar
station is 80 percent. The Kh-58 version was equipped with an active radar
Maximum effective range
Single-shot hit probability
Sources and Methods
"Survey of Russian Guided Air-to-Ground and Anti-Ship Missiles" by Piotr Butowski,
NOWA TEKHNIKA WOJSKOWA March 1995 No 3, pp 15-19 [JPRS-UMA-95-023: 7 June 1995]