T-50-1 and T-50-2 near Zhukovsky

T-50-1 and T-50-2 near Zhukovsky. Photo by Sergey Lysenko, taken on 9 August 2011.




T-50-1 and T-50-2 (c) Sergey Lysenko / russianplanes.net


And two more photos - the prototype T-50-2 made 10 August 2011, his first flight after transportation to Zhukovsky.



T-50-2 (c) Sergey Lysenko / russianplanes.net




T-50-2 (c) Ivan Kirillov / russianplanes.net
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  1. figwam 11 August 2011 11: 31 New
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    When will the flashlight be completely transparent? China already has it.
    1. viktor_ui 11 August 2011 16: 03 New
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      Figvam - a solid lamp, apparently, will be on production machines (interestingly, it will be made of sapphire crystal like that of amers, or we will have our own know-how in this regard). The question reminded me of the already lagging behind in the USSR in glass production technology ... Amers use reflective sputtering on their birds and, possibly, the effect of glass monochrome (reaction time, almost instantaneous). Can anyone have info about using this function to protect any optics, including glazing cabs ??? ALI "TONING" and in the army is also FORBIDDEN?
      1. Professor 11 August 2011 17: 34 New
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        Sapphire is ceramic, not glass. The sapphire single crystal is transparent.
        I wonder why they made such a poor review to the pilot of the rear hemisphere? He is practically blind!
        1. viktor_ui 12 August 2011 07: 32 New
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          Professor - the term "SAFETY GLASS" is used: in a watch, in an article about the glazing of an F-35 cabin - I bought for what, I sell it (I don’t have deep knowledge in this area, I know that it has only increased shock and heat resistance, scratch very hard). And about the poor view of the rear hemisphere - why the heck to the pilot to turn his head if all the Old can be peeped from the rear-view mirrors or from the tactical display. I think that the pilot will be obliged to sit in a kind of cocoon (or swaddle him), so that this head does not accidentally fall off during pirouettes, given the thrust-weight ratio of this bird.
  2. merkawa
    merkawa 11 August 2011 13: 37 New
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    China has no engines, but let them fly with a flashlight.
  3. viktor_ui 11 August 2011 16: 09 New
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    Our bird looks more beautiful than the Raptor, I really want this product with full stuffing and peripherals to be at the airbases as quickly as possible - good luck to her.
    1. Superduck
      Superduck 11 August 2011 16: 11 New
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      Yeah, nicer. True, I do not know, I think that the volume of the internal compartments against the f-22 is smaller. Although why the heck they then surrendered to the raptor so big if it doesn’t work on ground targets, it’s 4 air-to-air missiles with its head (I'm talking about the raptor).
  4. Eric
    Eric 11 August 2011 17: 26 New
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    T-50 looks like a car directly!
  5. 916-th
    916-th 11 August 2011 23: 17 New
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    The T-50 traces Sukhoi's corporate identity - the integration of the fuselage and the center section. The wing and fuselage flow smoothly into each other. From here the sensation of grace, flatness, "hotness" is created. Internal volumes, I think, do not suffer from this.

    In the F-22 and, especially, in the Chinese J-20, the silhouettes are more chopped - that’s the fuselage, but the wing that is docked to it. The difference is especially noticeable in the front projection. In short, the aerodynamics, and hence the maneuverability of the T-50 will be better.
  6. mitrich
    mitrich 11 August 2011 23: 39 New
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    The most important thing in an airplane is its most transparent part. wink wink wink wink wink wink wink wink wink wink wink wink wink wink ! Well done boys!
  7. 916-th
    916-th 12 August 2011 05: 25 New
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    But the one who sits in me, believes that he is IS-TRE-BI-TEL!
    (from Vysotsky)