In the Chinese Sina, they said that they “solved the riddle” of the location of the missiles in the internal compartments of the Su-57


The Chinese press is discussing the situation in the Russian Federation in relation to the operation of fifth-generation fighter pilots. The military-thematic section of a major Chinese information resource Sina discusses a video published by the Russian Ministry of Defense that tells how pilots of the Russian aerospace forces master the latest aviation technique. The video, published on March 25, is called "Beyond the Laws of Physics."


The Chinese author, commenting on the video, writes about the demonstrated ability of the Su-57 to fire missiles of the "air-to-air" class at "outrageous angles of attack."

From the material:

Russian Su-57 fighters are capable of striking air-to-air missiles, carrying out almost vertical climb.

According to the author of the material on the Sina resource, this allows the Su-57 pilot to attack the enemy’s aircraft while in the lower echelon, which for many other fighters would be regarded as losing in advance in the event of an air battle.

The video of the Ministry of Defense in question:



Further, the Chinese author writes that the video published by the Russian defense department answered the question of where the missiles are located on the Su-57 fighter.

From the material:

Two huge “cocoon” compartments under its wings turned out to be lateral locations for air-to-air missiles. Due to their small size and inconspicuous location, these "cocoons" were previously considered an on-board electronic system, and now it is finally confirmed that they are directly related to arming a fighter with R-73 missiles or their modifications. Thus, the mystery of the location of missiles on the Su-57 in the internal compartments is unraveled.



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How much the internal arms bays on the Su-57 were "secret" is an open question. Apparently, no one was going to hide the presence of internal compartments for full-time rocket weapons of the new generation Russian fighter. Therefore, the statement on the "solved secret" looks strange.
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  1. knn54 29 March 2020 14: 08 New
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    Sina "guessed" before Sohu, however.
    1. svp67 29 March 2020 14: 19 New
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      Quote: knn54
      Sina "guessed" before Sohu, however.

      And how "The National Interest" will be offended ...
      1. Sky strike fighter 29 March 2020 14: 33 New
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        We don’t forget about The Drive. By the way, in my opinion, the R-74M2 short-range air-to-air missile was launched.
        The Drive believes that a unique design of compartments, which includes a retractable rail, can be implemented in the Su-57. The ammunition is launched from it.

        The design of the interior of the Su-57 at the link below.
        https://topcor.ru/13817-amerikancy-pytajutsja-ponjat-chto-za-raketu-vypustil-su-57-na-ispytanijah.html
        1. Zoldat_A 29 March 2020 14: 44 New
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          Quote: knn54
          Sina "guessed" before Sohu, however.

          Quote: svp67
          And how "The National Interest" will be offended ...

          Quote: Sky Strike fighter
          Do not forget about The Drive.

          Right now the “expert” D. Majumdar will come and tell everyone everything ... laughing
          Quote: poquello
          ))))) fortune-telling office
      2. rich 29 March 2020 15: 29 New
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        Sina "guessed" before Sohu, however.

        That's what journalistic responsiveness means. yes
        in the morning the thought came in closet - in the evening an article in the newspaper laughing
    2. Thrifty 29 March 2020 14: 45 New
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      Pilots have rockets in the cockpit, and before launching their pilots inflate fool fool fool
      1. Sky strike fighter 29 March 2020 15: 02 New
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        Quote: Thrifty
        Pilots have rockets in the cockpit, and before launching their pilots inflate fool fool fool

        This is where you read this? Why in the cockpit?
        1. Boratsagdiev 29 March 2020 16: 22 New
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          And where else to store them?! ...
          Moreover, the second pilot launches them from hand.
          Therefore, specifically this angle for the show was chosen.
          1. Aviator_ 29 March 2020 18: 11 New
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            Father told me that during the war, he, the navigator of the Po-2, usually had 10 kg SAB on his knees during night sorties, which he threw overboard over the target. New - well forgotten old!
          2. rich 30 March 2020 03: 31 New
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            Moreover, the second pilot launches them from hand.
            Therefore, specifically this angle for the show was chosen.

            Judging by the angle - not from the hands, but from the feet. .. But shh is a military secret yes
            1. 33 Watcher 30 March 2020 13: 15 New
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              They say that if hands grow from the priests, then these are legs.
              1. rich 30 March 2020 15: 07 New
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                And you are well-read. I respect you.
                For the quote from the school of young monkeys "Mowgli" you fat plus
            2. Boratsagdiev 31 March 2020 13: 27 New
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              the third pilot holds his feet, so that he doesn’t fall with a rocket in his arms in turns.
        2. gurzuf 29 March 2020 20: 09 New
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          Why in the cockpit? Probably because it’s easier to push them into the hole in the floor with your foot. lol
      2. DimanC 30 March 2020 03: 43 New
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        Wait, wait! The first of April has not yet arrived! laughing laughing laughing
    3. Mitroha 29 March 2020 17: 24 New
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      Quote: knn54
      Sina "guessed" before Sohu, however.

      It looks like an Indian movie, however laughing
    4. Sibguest 29 March 2020 19: 17 New
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      Narrow-film “ispert” reported their discovery in the Sukhoi Design Bureau?
      Suddenly no one there knows about it?
    5. Paul Siebert 30 March 2020 05: 58 New
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      To these Chinese, just give a screwdriver and look away for five minutes ...
      Run over, disassemble and make copies of recyclables.
      And then these copies will be announced as "Chinese know-how," "a great breakthrough."
      And they will glorify the "masterpieces" on their media resources ... wink
  2. poquello 29 March 2020 14: 08 New
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    ))))) fortune-telling office
  3. Angelo Provolone 29 March 2020 14: 12 New
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    is called "Beyond the laws of physics"

    To someone who came up with this:
    "Everything happens according to the laws of physics, you just don’t know some of them ..."
  4. Reserve buildbat 29 March 2020 14: 13 New
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    “How much the internal arms bays on the Su-57 were“ secret ”is an open question. Apparently, no one was going to hide the presence of internal bays for the regular missile weapons of a new generation Russian fighter.”
    It was just that all attention was riveted to the main weapon compartments between the nacelles. And these influxes really considered everything to be anything, but not arms bays.
    1. Tuzik 29 March 2020 15: 40 New
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      Well, why are you like this? But to banter over the Chinese!
  5. Vladimir_6 29 March 2020 14: 15 New
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    In the Chinese Sina, they said that they “solved the riddle” of the location of the missiles in the internal compartments of the Su-57

    And the riddle of the riots in the Chinese province of Hubei has not yet been solved?
    We have to focus on an article by the American news network Breitbart.
    1. Operator 29 March 2020 14: 33 New
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      The answer is simple - according to official data from China over the past day, 53 people were infected with the coronavirus (this was with the alleged epidemic in Wuhan).

      By the way, in “God's chosen” Israel 425 people were infected during the day, the total number of infected reached 3460 people (with a 9-million population - less than in Moscow), which indicates a complete failure of local health care.

      #poravalit? bully
      1. NEXUS 29 March 2020 15: 56 New
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        Quote: Operator
        which indicates a complete failure of local health care.

        The healthcare system and its methods have failed EVERYWHERE! No country can say that its health system has effectively and quickly defeated the virus.
      2. Vasyan1971 29 March 2020 16: 44 New
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        Quote: Operator
        (with a population of 9 million - less than in Moscow)

        But almost as much as in Belarus. And the area is 10 times less if I don’t confuse anything ...
        So what?
        1. Operator 29 March 2020 16: 55 New
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          The fact that in Russia with a 147-million population is half the number of cases of sick people than in Israel.

          Question - what does the number of Belarusians have to do with it?
          1. Vasyan1971 29 March 2020 17: 20 New
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            Quote: Operator
            Question - what does the number of Belarusians have to do with it?

            Quote: Operator
            By the way, in “God's chosen” Israel 425 people were infected in a day, the total number of infected reached 3460 people (with a 9-million population - less than in Moscow)

            What does Israel have to do with it?
            And why bother talking about numbers and comparing?
            In general - it’s a muddy thing to consider sick and dead, based on official data. Someone considers fresh urns with ashes, someone believes that the authorities are silent about the true state of things. Out of my ear I heard the opinion, for example, that China announced the cessation of the pandemic due to the fact that they simply stopped counting the dead. Dark business, in short ...
            And let's not flood anymore? hi
  6. Alexander Sosnitsky 29 March 2020 14: 16 New
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    Another clue for everyone will be the super-maneuverability of the SU-57, allowing you to shoot everyone and everything at 360 x 360 degrees
  7. Operator 29 March 2020 14: 21 New
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    Damn, on the Internet in bulk pictures of the wing sections of the arms of the Su-57 - well, I realized: the Internet has not yet been sent to China laughing
    1. pilot306 29 March 2020 17: 17 New
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      Can I reference at least one photograph of the open wing compartment of the Su-57?
      1. Operator 29 March 2020 19: 01 New
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        Only for you

        1. pilot306 29 March 2020 19: 04 New
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          I repeat: reference at least for one photo of open wing compartment Su-57? A painted photograph on take-off, with closed arms compartments is not interesting (((
        2. pilot306 29 March 2020 19: 20 New
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          Here are the open fuselage compartments of the f-35: https://topwar.ru/uploads/posts/2016-09/thumbs/1474698039_1.jpeg Find the same photo of the open wing sections of the Su-57 on the Internet, as promised)). The article was about what, in fact, is hiding under these influxes.
          1. Operator 29 March 2020 19: 37 New
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            Instead of asking for a free photo of the wing sections of the Su-57 in the open position (which I did not promise), it’s better to study the corresponding KB patent
            https://findpatent.ru/patent/261/2614871.html
            and official aircraft design patterns that are available on the Internet (in addition to dozens of Su-57 pictures in flight with clearly visible wing compartments of weapons in a closed position).

            Tovarisch Chinese spy, the salary must be worked out independently.
            1. pilot306 29 March 2020 19: 41 New
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              Sorry, I read from you
              on the Internet in bulk pictures of the wing sections of the arms of the Su-57
              , and then
              ask for free photo of the wing sections of the Su-57
              . Nowhere do you see contradictions?
              1. Operator 29 March 2020 19: 50 New
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                It’s not good to break the quote in the most interesting place: "... in the open position (which I did not promise)."

                Tovarisch, you’re just like the Ideological Department of the Central Committee of the CPSU, who liked to quote VIL in this form: “The most important art for us is cinema”, modestly forgetting about the ending “... and the circus” laughing
                1. Pre ol 31 March 2020 00: 25 New
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                  Operator - In order not to look like a fool, do not repeat other people's stupidities. Since there was no ending about the circus. This has been chewed for a long time. Provide links to scans of primary sources?
  8. Well done 29 March 2020 14: 32 New
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    "Solved the riddle" of the location of the missiles

    But is it necessary for this a lot of mind?
  9. thinker 29 March 2020 14: 33 New
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    YouTube video comment good
    Min Defense finally began to hire professionals to shoot videos. Taken cool, the installation is excellent, well, the aircraft themselves are certainly beautiful.
  10. askort154 29 March 2020 14: 34 New
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    Two huge “cocoon” compartments under its wings turned out to be lateral air-to-air missile locations

    Finally, guessed. Now it’s necessary to rivet on your own super J-20.
  11. Zaurbek 29 March 2020 14: 36 New
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    They wrote on VP that it was a failure ...
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    HAM 29 March 2020 14: 47 New
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    "Two huge compartments- The “cocoon” under its wings turned out to be the lateral locations of air-to-air missiles. Due to its small size and inconspicuous location of these "cocoons ......."

    The Chinese are confusing the enemies .... Guessful !!
  13. rruvim 29 March 2020 14: 48 New
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    I've been trying to explain to everyone on Topvar that the SU-57 is a unique machine. Live, I saw her only on MAX with old engines, but my friends working in the UAC on the "fingers" explained that it would be in five years. It will be fantastic !!! The question is, what would factories, subcontractors, research institutes work, etc. etc. Well, the whole concept is correct! Unless, of course, the guys from KRTV ...
    1. Tuzik 29 March 2020 15: 49 New
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      Quote: rruvim
      but my friends working in the KLA on the "fingers" explained that it would be five years from now.

      Are radar absorbing work in progress? Solve this problem?
      1. rruvim 29 March 2020 16: 12 New
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        As far as I understood from conversations with “developers”, there is no sense in works on radio-absorbing coating. Any flying object is already determined not by the Doppler transition, but by the magnetic component, which computers can completely “construct” from the data from the cell towers. Up to a meter. Plus, coils buried in the ground with a copper-nickel winding determine the object of movement within a radius of 2-3 km., Providing data to standard radars. At the same time, STELS technologies do not work, because any stealth bomber (for example SPIRIT) violates the magnetosphere of the earth. Plus, any stealth or non-stealth object makes non-catheteric turbulences in the atmosphere, which are captured and systematized by passive sensors, even with HYDROMET.
        1. rruvim 29 March 2020 16: 15 New
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          With the introduction of photonic locators (in metal), Stealth technologies will generally lose their relevance.
        2. Tuzik 29 March 2020 16: 15 New
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          Thanks, interesting, I thought they were pounding there and testing. In your version, the Americans are dumb.
          1. rruvim 29 March 2020 16: 29 New
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            No Americans are certainly not stupid. Moreover, excellent programmers from India and Russia work in the US military-industrial complex. They just collided at the turn of the 60s-70s with Vietnam, where our 75s were, and in the "war of attrition" with the 125th. Therefore, their scientific idea went to the development of aviation in stealth technologies. And it worked! In 1991 in Iraq and 1999 in Yugoslavia. But now is the 21st century. Stealth technologies are not relevant, or rather, they are scary for underdeveloped countries, I assure the standard Rolanda radar in Brazil will not see the F-35. Perhaps the F-35 "will not see" most of our systems, including the 400th. But in the future they will see!
            1. Same lech 29 March 2020 16: 32 New
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              Perhaps the F-35 "will not see" most of our systems, including the 400th.
              Do not go in cycles in С-400 ... Ф-35 are not immortal Gods. smile
            2. Tuzik 29 March 2020 16: 33 New
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              I agree, there is logic, if we assume that in the next 20 years there will be no serious war. Striped nonetheless, the B-21 is being prepared for release, with all the stealth chips.
              1. rruvim 29 March 2020 16: 37 New
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                Well, they are preparing a new "bomber" not to fight against China or Russia. This is all colonial policy. Full of countries or entities that honor themselves as independent states, where the B-21 will be invulnerable.
        3. _Ugene_ 29 March 2020 20: 07 New
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          where does the magnetic component and the coils buried in the ground, etc., etc.? stealth has a very small EPR, as a result, for example, a missile seeker does not capture air-air in a frontal projection or a capture fails, as a result it is problematic to shoot it down, besides all of your coils buried in the ground with our country size is just ridiculous and the cell towers in the real war will most likely not work, all of these are banal excuses, but they can’t say honestly - yes, in these technologies we were 20 years behind (in the 90s there was no time for this, there was nothing to eat ) and it's too late to catch up
          1. rruvim 30 March 2020 09: 45 New
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            In a globalized world, catching up with technology is easy! There would be political will and resources. Question in concepts. Now we are not even talking about stealth technologies, but on the question "Do I need a pilot?"
            1. _Ugene_ 30 March 2020 10: 48 New
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              In a globalized world, catching up with technology is easy!
              it seems so to you, it takes time for everything, political will and resources can’t reduce it at all, this is clearly seen in China, despite political will and huge resources in some areas they still can’t catch up, for example, aircraft engines
              Now we are not even talking about stealth technologies, but on the question "Do I need a pilot?"

              the question is "do I need a pilot?" does not negate the advantages of stealth, a stealth drone will also have an advantage over the usual
              1. rruvim 30 March 2020 11: 07 New
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                Imagine a stealth-stealth-stealth drone, this is not a caliber with a tomahawk, released and forgot. In any case, the UAV has a connection with the operator. He fonit, like a Christmas tree. Well, let's say a UAV, like Globalhawk, has a direct connection with the repeater in orbit, but these satellites are known to everyone and their orbits as well. It is possible and possible to determine the transmission of data in a certain place, and the point in space where the data is transmitted. Then, of course, the work of ground-based radars. I assure you, if someone pokes a finger at the analog oscilloscope on the good old P-15, at the right place and at the right time, the operator will see the target with both 0,15 EPR and 0,0014, like in SPIRIT. And the CHP operator will capture it. It’s important that someone pokes this finger.
                1. _Ugene_ 30 March 2020 11: 12 New
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                  the operator will see the target with both 0,15 EPR and 0,0014, as in SPIRIT. And the CHP operator will capture it.
                  firstly, when the ESR is 0,0014, then the operator can see another 50 birds around and how to identify the target with such an ESR is not clear, secondly, the target is not enough to “see”, it still needs to be destroyed, and this causes big problems for the missile’s target missile
                  1. rruvim 30 March 2020 11: 35 New
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                    I wrote that therefore we need someone who pokes a finger at the mark between any garbage on the screen. Do you know who "saw" Powers on May 1, 1960 over the Urals? There are no radar systems 75. And the usual passive station POST-3M (in common people "shepherdess"). It does not radiate anything, it only receives signals. U-2 with its electronics, has become an "open book" for the operator. He handed over the azimuth and direction to his superiors, naturally by telephone with a pen. And there the divisions had already begun to “compete”, even “overwhelmed” their board.
                    1. _Ugene_ 30 March 2020 11: 47 New
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                      who pokes a finger between the trash on the screen
                      this is the problem with stealth aircraft, and drones can now perform some tasks completely autonomously, without communication with the operator, and in the near future it will be commonplace, how then to detect a drone with stealth technologies? the advantages of stealth are undeniable, such aircraft simply have more room for maneuver, they will notice it much later than a regular aircraft, so it’s much easier to work on a target from afar, without going into the detection zone
                      1. rruvim 30 March 2020 12: 14 New
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                        What is the difference between a conventional airplane and a UAV? Only the fact that there the pilot sits and breathes air. Everything else is only worse, because it is a mechanism, not Orlan, a living bird that can hang for hours in the air, spreading its wings. The so-called stealth technology is a scam like coronovirus. Affects countries where there is no normal air defense system. I do not claim that it is normal in our country, I mean engineering thought. Stealth technologies: radio-reflective coating, corner design of an object, reduction of turbine exhaust in the IR range, etc. all this has already been studied and recognized, for example, in Moscow Baumanka or at the Moscow Aviation Institute. But these are only general education universities.
                        therefore, it is much easier for him to work on a target from afar without going into the detection zone
                        But I agree with this, with the phrase: without going into the detection zone. You thereby state that the STELS UAV can be detected. But this is a question for the rockets. The carrier should only fly up into the air, its whole task ... And it can barrage only in colonial countries.
                      2. _Ugene_ 30 March 2020 12: 49 New
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                        Do you not understand that the so-called detection zone of a conventional aircraft is much larger than that of a stealth? No one has long claimed that stealth is "invisible." The same air defense radar will detect an ordinary aircraft at a distance several times larger than inconspicuous, as a result, the stealth can work out missiles without going into the air defense radar detection area and dump. GOS missiles have very limited characteristics due to mass-dimensional restrictions and therefore they have big problems with capturing targets with a small EPR, the probability of hitting a target is reduced significantly. All this gives inconspicuous aircraft a tangible advantage over conventional ones, that's all, "all this has already been studied and recognized," and only the very stubborn ones continue to repeat their mantras that stealth is a scam and a scam
  • Mavrikiy 29 March 2020 15: 19 New
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    "Beyond the laws of physics."
    Sounds nice. repeat
    1. rruvim 29 March 2020 15: 24 New
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      “Beyond the laws of physics” is of course a propaganda stamp. But the fact that the "developers" abandoned the STELS technology and switched only to the SU-57 aerodynamics is a big plus.
  • Pacifist with AK 29 March 2020 15: 39 New
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    The Chinese are so insightful ....
  • Ros 56 29 March 2020 16: 12 New
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    The Chinese media are very crudely obsessively acting as propagandists. Subtlety is not enough, but like Asians.
  • Maxim Sibirev 29 March 2020 16: 23 New
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    I generally thought that launching a rocket was an installation (it was already like that in his case). For the main event of the video was positioned as a beautiful flight (of which there were already a lot), but not a word about the launch of the rocket (although this would be an event because we have not seen the launch of the rocket yet)
  • Altona 29 March 2020 16: 39 New
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    In the Chinese Sina, they said that they “solved the riddle” of the location of the missiles in the internal compartments of the Su-57
    ----------------------------------
    Models of aircraft, including the Su-57, are sold on AliExpress, with good detail and description, apparently guessed to buy and consider. laughing laughing
  • rruvim 29 March 2020 16: 45 New
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    I somehow managed to “break through” to the pilot (SU-57 pilot) at the last MAKS. Probably my impudence led, I ran from the cops the floor of the "platform" in Zhukovsky. One question I had was: "Well, how?". He replied, until I was seized (I do not know his name) "Cool car!"
  • Varaga 29 March 2020 16: 49 New
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    Sinai revealed the "secret" ... Majumdar is not on them! He would have decomposed them for all the compartments - without leaving the office, without getting out of the table, without breaking away from the "clave."
  • cniza 29 March 2020 16: 53 New
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    Thus, the mystery of the location of the missiles on the Su-57 in the internal compartments is unraveled.


    They are funny however ...
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  • kit88 29 March 2020 17: 30 New
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    In the twelfth year of his term, the Vigilant Falcon discovered that there was no external wall in his cell.
  • cherkas.oe 29 March 2020 18: 12 New
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    Fsё, now this rubik's cube and the Chinese and piHdocy will twist until the brains are dislocated. And then they will start to think up to themselves that they won’t be like this until they go crazy.
  • Unic 29 March 2020 18: 15 New
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    Beautiful plane
  • universe1 29 March 2020 18: 29 New
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    I wonder how the sticking rivets on the structural elements of the aircraft help the invisibility of the radar of a potential enemy?
  • Incompetent 29 March 2020 18: 30 New
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    Who knows what the problem of “attacking an enemy’s airplane during vertical climb” is for less modern aircraft ??
    1. rruvim 29 March 2020 19: 18 New
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      In the event of a serious conflict, serious countries with equal potential, it is the attack during climb that decides the outcome. This became clear already in the 70s, when the MiGs did not have time to gain height during the attacks of the Israeli Phantoms, and when they reached the corners of the attack, they realized that the "trace was lost" from the Israelis. In the Iraq-Iran war, only the one who took off before could intercept the enemy’s aircraft, so the war in the sky became barrage, where both sides constantly kept several squadrons in the sky. She became a tanker. Iraqis and Iranians dropped air-to-air missiles without meeting each other on civilian ships.
      1. Incompetent 29 March 2020 19: 41 New
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        An informative story! But still, I did not understand why planes cannot attack targets located at a height below. I caught the target in the sight and pressed the button, is it difficult? Or "upside down" you fly like this, you catch a plane and piw .. the target is hit
        1. Dart 29 March 2020 21: 27 New
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          oh, not just such a nickname .... "Incompetent (Vityok)" laughing
          1. Incompetent 29 March 2020 23: 21 New
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            I evaluate myself objectively
  • Operator 29 March 2020 18: 52 New
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    Quote: Vasyan1971
    Dark business, in short ... And let's not flood anymore?

    If you do not understand the issue, then all your comments are flood.
  • Operator 29 March 2020 19: 14 New
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    Quote: pilot306
    bottom photo of the open wing compartment of the Su-57

    Tovarisch Chinese spy, no one promised you an open wing compartment.
  • Fmax 29 March 2020 22: 01 New
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    The video clearly shows that there is mounting and a rocket at the external point of the suspension. What they saw in Sina is not clear, maybe the coronavirus affected.
    1. bars1 29 March 2020 22: 38 New
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      This place does not provide an external weapon suspension assembly.
  • lvov_aleksey 29 March 2020 22: 42 New
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    In the event of a serious conflict, serious countries with equal potential, it is the attack during climb that decides the outcome. This became clear already in the 70s, when the MiGs did not have time to gain height during the attacks of the Israeli Phantoms, and when they reached the corners of the attack, they realized that the "trace was lost" from the Israelis. In the Iraq-Iran war, only the one who took off before could intercept the enemy’s aircraft, so the war in the sky became barrage, where both sides constantly kept several squadrons in the sky. She became a tanker. Iraqis and Iranians dropped air-to-air missiles without meeting each other on civilian ships.

    all the pilots knew this in WWII, you were late with such news!
  • lvov_aleksey 29 March 2020 22: 47 New
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    Who knows what the problem of “attacking an enemy’s airplane during vertical climb” is for less modern aircraft ??

    no problem, a sharp turn will help for modern aviation too. Now the whole thing is the runway, it is not there - there will be no aviation either. Air defense steers the topic.
    ps I don’t know a single plane that will land on the primer - the asphalt will then refuel and take off, training has been going on for several years, but no one really sat down and took off from the parking lot after refueling near our gas station !!!
  • Chaldon48 30 March 2020 02: 00 New
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    It is necessary to show the whole world how smart they are, these damned Russians are cunning, they are hiding everything, but they cannot be fooled, they see everything through!
  • Nitarius 30 March 2020 05: 13 New
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    ))) Wow))) beauty)))
  • Genak 30 March 2020 11: 24 New
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    which indicates a complete failure of local health care.

    The healthcare system and its methods have failed EVERYWHERE! No country can say that its health system has effectively and quickly defeated the virus.

    And about the annual outbreaks of influenza, everyone immediately has amnesia, it fails every year;)
  • Mentat 30 March 2020 11: 35 New
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    Sorry, I read from you
    on the Internet in bulk pictures of the wing sections of the arms of the Su-57
    , and then
    ask for free photo of the wing sections of the Su-57
    . Nowhere do you see contradictions?

    There are no contradictions anywhere. He talks about compartments, you write about open compartments.

    Neither he nor you will find such photographs, because the principle of work is a state secret. Calm down already, the anglerfish is primitive.

    Here they somehow tried to fetch information on photon radars, and when they were sent to study monographs, starting from the Soviet era, which were almost publicly available, they were blown away sharply. You should be ready for copying on a silver platter, right?