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Some recent Taiwanese sources have stated that a 1,000 kg conventional warhead is in use but this would reduce range. The warhead assembly is believed to separate in flight, and there are four small control fins mounted at the base of this assembly. It is not known if these control fins move, or are simply there as stabilisers. It is possible that the M-11 warhead assembly has a miniature propulsion system, similar to that used in the M-9 missile to correct the alignment prior to re-entry into the atmosphere.
The PLA liked the design and adopted the missile with the designator Dong Feng 11 (DF-11). The NATO designation is CSS-7. It is believed that development started in 1984, the first flight test was made in 1990, and the missile entered service in China in 1992. It is reported that the M-11 was designed by the Base 066 division (formerly part of the Third Academy - Anti-Ship Missiles) of the former Ministry of Aerospace Industry, and has been marketed by CPMIEC. The Chinese started advertising the missile in 1988, showing an initial picture with a trials missile mounted on a Russian MAZ 543 Scud transporter-erector-launcher (TEL) vehicle.
In July 1990, China succeeded in its first launch of a dual payload atop a LM-2C rocket, including a Pakistani satellite. The two satellites were placed respectively in LEO (low earth orbit) and geostationary transfer orbit. In September 1990, China used a LM-4 to successfully place three satellites into solar stationary orbit. In October 1992, the LM-2C rocket carried a Sweden FREJA satellite and a Chinese recoverable satellite into space, inserting them into two different LEOs. In February 1994, a LM-3A was launched with Experiment-4 satellite and a dummy payload.