G.N. Lepeshkin: Everything at the testing ground worked without any glitches. Everything had been rehearsed, and this guaranteed that the work would be successful. The main factor that interfered with our work was the weather. What I mean is the wind direction, the wind speed, a lack of wind, for example, and so on.
Slava Paperno: Why was a lack of wind a problem?
Lepeshkin: Why conduct a test if there's no wind? Explain that to me. Explain your question to me (laughs).
Paperno: I don't know. If an attack has to be launched on a windless day, you need to know what will happen.
Lepeshkin: Who needs that? Who's going to launch it on a windless day?