New missiles for the PAK FA

Photos of the latest air-to-surface missiles, designed to arm Russian aircraft, including the PAK FA, have appeared on the Internet. Among them, the X-59MK2 rocket and X-58USHKE square section. Reports about it Rossiyskaya Gazeta.




X-59MK2 is designed to engage stationary targets with known coordinates. According to the newspaper, “the ammunition guidance system is combined: inertial and satellite GPS / GLONASS, the optical-electronic homing head is turned on in the final part of the trajectory.” It is reported that the flight of the rocket occurs at a height from 50-ti to 300 m, the types of combat units - cassette and penetrating.

The second missile, the X-XNUMHUSHKE, is anti-radar. “The ammunition is equipped with a broadband passive homing head: the rocket hears any activity on the air, but no one hears it. The “killer” of the radar flies three times faster than sound over a distance of 58 kilometers and delivers an 250-kilogram high-explosive warhead to the target, ”the newspaper writes.

Both missiles are currently being tested on T-50. According to the Commander-in-Chief of VKS Bondarev, “PAK FA with weapons shows excellent results. "

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Vitaly V. Kuzmin / www.vitalykuzmin.net
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  1. maxim1987 13 October 2015 13: 57 New
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    beauties!
    1. Serafim-k 13 October 2015 14: 51 New
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      I agree, especially the X-58USHKE .. It recalls the “behavior” of a shark that sensed blood, it turns out there is no salvation for ERL .. !! Well done our military-industrial complex ..! drinks soldier
      1. Mera joota 13 October 2015 15: 27 New
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        Quote: Serafim-K
        it turns out for ERL there is no salvation .. !! Well done our military-industrial complex ..!

        This is the level of the end of the last century. Modern anti-radar missiles are equipped with multi-band GOS for invented means of counteracting them. Starting from turning off the radar, ending with the use of false emitters and equipment to "offset" the EM pulse, causing the PRR to fire past the target. A passive GOS and a “modern” ANN are installed on the X-58USHKE, i.e. ANN allows you to turn off the enemy radar "remember" the location of the radar and hit there, due to the powerful warhead provides a large radius of destruction.
        You can compare what they ALREADY have:
        1. Absurdidat 13 October 2015 16: 15 New
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          Do you think our missiles are less adapted to countering electronic warfare?
        2. kotvov 13 October 2015 18: 56 New
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          This is the level of the end of the last century,
          I understand that you are advanced. But tell me in the open press, will they publish TTD of new equipment?
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          mmk 14 October 2015 01: 23 New
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          It looks like a chatter, but about the price I generally am silent, if any.
  2. Dezinto 13 October 2015 13: 57 New
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    They probably stand like a cast-iron bridge. But ... definitely needed!

    Another SURPRISE! How's the CIA intelligence? Have you already tweeted about new Russian missiles? - Well, everything means a report of 500 pages of reflection is ready.

    1. NEXUS 13 October 2015 14: 26 New
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      Quote: DEZINTO
      They probably stand like a cast-iron bridge. But ... definitely needed!

      A new aircraft, for new combat conditions and new methods of warfare, means a new arsenal is also needed for it. I think this is not the latest news about new missiles for our fighters and bombers.
      1. marlin1203 13 October 2015 14: 31 New
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        About the "cast-iron bridge" could only a native Muscovite say laughing - This is a purely Moscow chip related to the history of urban development. Yes, unfortunately, all modern high-tech weapons are very expensive. But on the plane of the 5th generation there is no other ammunition and it makes no sense to hang up.
        1. Lissyara 13 October 2015 16: 00 New
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          Amuse the people. About bridges. A joke.
          Our officials went on an exchange of experience abroad. They were well greeted sitting in a bathhouse plump Hennessey. Our shocked by this reception.
          - Where did such funds come from?
          “See the bridge over there?”
          - Yes
          - There the car went over the bridge, she brought a dollar to our table. .. on this and thump
          A year passes and our officials are already receiving guests on the Volga. Met cool, brandy, cognac, caviar, girls. Foreigners are shocked by this reception.
          - Where did the money come from?
          “See the bridge over there?”
          - Not
          - This is thumping. ..
      2. Lissyara 13 October 2015 14: 37 New
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        Here the other day, the Americans were puzzling. I periodically watch their channels. So their antediluvian Sidewinder AIM-9 appreciated as many as 600 thousand of their raccoons. At the real price in 60 thousand thousand missed.
        Although I respect the rocket. Already from 1956 g. Is in service. The same age as the B-52 and our Tu-95.
        I wonder who was named after? Rattlesnake or bad man? smile
        1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 13 October 2015 15: 10 New
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          Quote: LiSSyara
          Although I respect the rocket. Already since 1956 it has been in service

          To say that Sidewinder has been in service since 1956 is roughly the same as saying that the T-90 is a small modification of the T-34 and has been in service with domestic aircraft since the pre-war era. laughing
          Just look a little on the Internet, all the data is in the public domain - you will see for yourself that the Sidewinder of 1956 and Sidewinder 9X in terms of capabilities are related approximately like the T-34 and T-90.
          Quote: LiSSyara
          I wonder who was named after? Rattlesnake or bad man

          Snakes, snakes :)))
          1. Lissyara 13 October 2015 15: 52 New
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            Well, take our P-73. Also a "rocket is a soldier." Although it is written that the dashing guys of the Georgians released her from 1983, she actually appeared earlier. Although the modern name is RVV-MD.
            I just still wear epaulets)))
            But you are cool with tanks. Actually, the T-64 hohlothank with all modifications was the basis. Then the T-72 was born in Tagil, Lower which. And the race rushed to the T-90.
            Something reminiscent of the construction of the Lada. There was Fiat, and we turned it into 30, 05 for 07 years.
            Armata, this is really NEW.
            1. Lissyara 13 October 2015 16: 28 New
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              Smart people are minus with rationale. Without pretending to be woodpeckers. So shove this minus into your "popik".
              And if it is not true that I wrote, justify your weighty facts.
            2. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 13 October 2015 16: 49 New
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              Quote: LiSSyara
              Well, take our P-73. Also a "rocket is a soldier." Although it is written that the dashing guys of the Georgians released her from 1983, she actually appeared earlier. Although the modern name is RVV-MD.

              Unfortunately, I did not quite understand you, or maybe I didn’t understand you at all. R-73 is a wonderful thing, at the time of its appearance, it is probably the best short-range missile in the world, and now it's still wow. RVV-MD is its modification, how deep it is - I don’t know, but I don’t think that they screwed up a couple of rivets there :) In my opinion, there is a very serious revision of the base R-73.
              In 1983, the R-73 was adopted, right? And that she could have appeared in the troops before - so you, as a military man, I think you know better than me what was there, but how. If not secret - please tell me, I will be very grateful for the information.
              Quote: LiSSyara
              But you are cool with tanks.

              Well, you understand that I have exaggerated. T-90 is not a small modification or T-34 :))) In principle, the same applies to sidewinders
              1. Lissyara 13 October 2015 17: 06 New
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                Andrey, RVV MD and R old woman, it’s about like T72 of the first release and T90С. A good example. Take the Tu-95 MS, the 55 car of the year. What is left of it except the glider?
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          2. Lissyara 13 October 2015 15: 54 New
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            By the way, on the T-34, still a seventh of Asia and Africa are fighting.
  3. Nick 13 October 2015 13: 58 New
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    Competent move. The square section allows more complete use of the limited internal volume of the fuselage.
    1. kil 31 13 October 2015 14: 02 New
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      Quote: Nick
      Competent move. The square section allows more complete use of the limited internal volume of the fuselage.

      But still, rudders and wings will interfere. So it makes no difference round or square. Unless of course you hide the wings and rudders inside the rocket before launch. hi
      1. Nick 13 October 2015 14: 16 New
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        Quote: Kil 31
        But still, rudders and wings will interfere. So it makes no difference round or square. Unless of course you hide the wings and rudders inside the rocket before launch.

        You are on the right track. The wings add up, this can be understood by the example of a close instance. In addition, it is possible to arrange the products in a staggered manner so that the buoying parts do not touch ... hi
        1. kil 31 13 October 2015 14: 29 New
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          Nick (1) You're on the right track. The wings fold, this can be understood by the example of a close instance. In addition, it is possible to arrange the products in a checkerboard pattern so that the buoying parts do not touch.
          Well, good. Just not in the photo, not in the article about this. Could boast to the end. hi
          1. kotvov 13 October 2015 19: 02 New
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            Could brag to the end,
            here for this head and daden.
            1. Throw 13 October 2015 19: 26 New
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              And there is also a triangular section wink
        2. WUA 518 13 October 2015 14: 32 New
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          Quote: Nick
          The wings fold, this can be understood by example
      2. NordUral 13 October 2015 14: 27 New
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        Take a closer look. Perfectly fit into the medium profile. This is not a square, but a rectangle, which will allow you to place more suspensions in a row.
      3. Azitral 13 October 2015 14: 35 New
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        Facets. Although without much fanaticism that interferes with the cause, faceted products will have less location visibility. They say that round bombs in some conditions are visible INSIDE the "faceted" "stealth".
        1. Sukhoi 13 October 2015 15: 04 New
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          X-58 is like normal ...
    2. Lissyara 13 October 2015 15: 56 New
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      People, do not write nonsense. About squares and circles.
      See how rotary drums are arranged on the Tu-160 and Tu-95MS. And what is the best way to hang on the suspension.
      There is information on the Internet.
  4. A1L9E4K9S 13 October 2015 13: 58 New
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    Both missiles are currently being tested on the T-50. According to the commander of the VKS Bondarev, "PAK FA with weapons shows excellent results."

    Good luck defending Russia.
  5. Penetrator 13 October 2015 13: 58 New
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    X-58USHKE square section - anti-radar. The munition is equipped with a broadband passive homing head: the rocket hears any activity on the air, but no one hears it

    I always believed that streamlined aerodynamic forms are less noticeable for radars. Wrong, right?
    1. Wedmak 13 October 2015 14: 30 New
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      Wrong, right?

      Not always. F-117A is an example. The main thing is not to reflect the radar signal in his direction.
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    3. gjv
      gjv 13 October 2015 15: 36 New
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      Quote: Penetrator
      Wrong, right?

      If you have time, try reading:
      "The method of boundary waves in the physical theory of diffraction", Ufimtsev P. Ya., Ed. Soviet Radio, 1962.
      A.N. Lagarkov, M.A. Poghosyan Fundamental and applied problems of stealth technologies // Herald of the RAS. - 2003. - T. 73, No. 9.
      Bochkarev A.M., Dolgov M.N. Radar of stealth aircraft // Foreign Radioelectronics. - 1989. - No. 2.
  6. Vladimirets 13 October 2015 14: 02 New
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    Video pleased, such an open secret. Where are the rockets? smile Drum roll ... inner compartment !!! Sit down five. repeat
  7. Zai pali 13 October 2015 14: 04 New
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    Fine, just fine. As I argued with idiots 10 years ago, and said that a strong army is needed.
  8. ilyaches 13 October 2015 14: 09 New
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    Quote: Zai Pali
    Fine, just fine. As I argued with idiots 10 years ago, and said that a strong army is needed.


    At one time, if memory serves, Emperor Nicholas said: "Russia has two allies: the army and navy."
    1. NordUral 13 October 2015 14: 30 New
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      Today he would add: and the videoconferencing.
    2. Rus86 13 October 2015 15: 10 New
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      Emperor Alexander III, more precisely
  9. Wedmak 13 October 2015 14: 10 New
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    In the subject of missiles. Almaz-Antey conducted a field experiment in the case of the crash of MH-17. Very detailed shown. One can imagine that at 800 km / h the cabin will simply break.
    I would like to hear the comments of people close to the topic.

    1. Amurets 13 October 2015 16: 38 New
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      At high penetration rates, 2-3 striking elements were enough to wrap and tear off the skin from aircraft. Especially good photographs were from Vietnam. Not necessarily hits from anti-aircraft missiles. Small-caliber assault rifles successfully operated at low altitudes and, therefore, from their hits, the skin of aircraft plucked often.
  10. starshina pv 13 October 2015 14: 18 New
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    yes even triangular, the main thing is to find the target and tear it to pieces !!!
  11. gop
    gop 13 October 2015 14: 22 New
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    the rocket works on the signal "alah-akbar" and flies there
  12. staryivoin 13 October 2015 14: 22 New
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    We can build the bridges ourselves ... We build rockets so that NATO and their dark leader understand Russia has experienced a period of weakness. The world is changing. In order not to need missiles, you just need to respect the interests of not only your own but also those of others ... Well, whoever doesn’t understand, he needs missiles in wort
  13. tomket 13 October 2015 14: 23 New
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    To completely remove the cannon from the sash is not fate at all ...
    1. kotvov 13 October 2015 19: 08 New
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      It’s not destiny to completely remove the canopy from the sash at all .... ,,
      you’re wrong, there are videos showing the test of the sash.
  14. Lt. Air Force stock 13 October 2015 14: 24 New
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    And what about the new medium-range missile K-77PD / RVV-AE-PD developed for PakFa?
    Launch range 180 kilometers.
    1. Vadim237 13 October 2015 14: 29 New
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      Like the T 50 itself, this rocket will be massively launched after 2020.
  15. Mercenary 13 October 2015 14: 27 New
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    Something I immediately got sick of going to the radar station along the VUS, even at a distance of more than 250 km. It's time to squeeze robots there or a dozen Shell M-1
  16. Black Colonel 13 October 2015 14: 28 New
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    Do not like the vertical side surfaces of these missiles. Radar visibility will be greater. Purely my idea. Although, the designers provided, for sure, this problem. Perhaps there is a professional approach than a sofa expert.
    1. Pro100Igor 13 October 2015 14: 36 New
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      Do not like the vertical side surfaces of these missiles. Radar visibility will be greater. Purely my idea. Although, the designers provided, for sure, this problem. Perhaps there is a professional approach than a sofa expert.
      . At a speed three times the speed of sound, the visibility of the rocket will not play a significant role. On the lacquer, it flashes a maximum of two times. According to such data, it will be hard to stop her.
      1. WUA 518 13 October 2015 14: 42 New
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        Quote: Pro100
        At a speed three times the speed of sound, the visibility of the rocket will not play a significant role.

        ??????????????????
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        2. gjv
          gjv 13 October 2015 15: 46 New
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          Quote: WUA 518
          ??????????????????

          !!!!!!! ... Small (or big?) Bewilderment (or misunderstanding?). After all, it was a question of anti-radar, to say the X-58USHKE. However and
          Quote: Pro100
          three times the speed of sound
          sounds hyperbolic. After all, the developers themselves believe that
          The speed range (numbers M) of the carrier’s flight at the time of launch:
          - from the external points of the suspension - 0,47 ... 1,5
          hi
  17. Evkur 13 October 2015 15: 08 New
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    Let's call her "PRO killer" once having fired it, you can blind a whole military base for a very long time !!!!
    1. Black Colonel 13 October 2015 18: 21 New
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      "killer missile defense"
      And what does the missile defense ??? belay Rather, air defense? yes
  18. Buffalo 13 October 2015 15: 48 New
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    The other day, there was information that a prototype engine for PAK DA was successfully tested at Kuznetsov’s company. So, missiles by the way.
  19. DarkMatter 13 October 2015 16: 30 New
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    Photos of the latest rockets appeared on the Internet


    I do not understand which PHOTO APPEARED? This is not a MAX photo? MAX was in summer.
    The photo is already unknown how much they hang in the internet, now mid october. good morning hi
  20. afrikanez 13 October 2015 18: 02 New
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    To be honest, it’s even unusual to see a rocket of square cross section. It looks just great. good