The SS-N-22 Sunburn (NATO reporting name) or 3M80 Moskit is a Russian supersonic ramjet powered cruise missile. The Moskit was originally designed to be ship launched, but variants have been adapted to be launched from land (modified trucks), underwater (submarines) and air (reportedly the Sukhoi Su-33). The missile can carry conventional and nuclear warheads. NATO analysis of the Moskit suggests it reaches Mach 3 at a high altitude and its maximum low-altitude speed is Mach 2.2, triple the speed of the subsonic American Harpoon. The speed of the SS-N-22 Sunburn implies that the defending side has a maximum theoretical response time of merely 25-30 seconds, rendering it extremely difficult to employ jamming and countermeasures or fire missiles and quick-firing artillery. The Moskit was designed to be employed against naval groups in the Baltic Sea, the Black Sea and in the Pacific as well as to defend against amphibious assaults.