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Russia has demonstrated its first stealth fighter, designed as a cheaper alternative to the US F-22 Raptor.

The Sukhoi T-50, jointly developed with India, flew publicly for the first time at the MAKS 2011 air show near Moscow.

The supersonic T-50 aims to match the latest US design, handling manoeuvres that are impossible to older aircraft.
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post #2 of 48
20+ years late and still behind, Russia.

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At an estimated $100 million a pop, it is cheaper than its F-22 rival, whose unit cost is about $150 million. But the lower price comes with lesser capability, including stealth. As Ares’ Bill Sweetman commented on the first prototype T-50’s “not-very-stealthy-looking” aspects, “Apparently the designers and systems analysts have looked at the thorny question of ‘how much stealth do we want to pay for?’ and have come up with a different answer than the F-22 designers.”
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Apparently the designers and systems analysts have looked at the thorny question of "how much stealth do we want to pay for?" and have come up with a different answer than the F-22 designers. The fact that the armed forces of potential adversaries don't have S-300 and S-400 missiles may have something to do with that answer.
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Edited by BizzareRide - 8/21/11 at 4:39pm
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As far as I know this plane does not have bomb bays. It will lose all stealth abilities as soon as you bolt normal bombs and missiles to it. If that really is true then this is a major fail.

Never mind: it does appear to have bomb bays. Some retarded website I was reading the other day said it didn't. But looking closely at some new pictures I saw I think there are bays down the middle and on the outside of each engine.
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Extremely similar to the F22, totally not a coincidence

Take the F-15 Strike Eagle, put in in the sky with an F-22 Raptor. Let them breed, and you have the Sukhoi T-50.
    
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It's good to see other countries actually developing their own tech and not stealing US plans in a method to proliferate arms. Let them pay for the things they want.
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So if production starts in 2015 we'll see deployment in like 2020-5... or about half way through the raptors service life great to see some actual competition for the next global conflict.
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Despite being behind in AirTech, that one damn good fighter.

FYI... heres the correct pronunciation.

http://www.howjsay.com/index.php?word=sukhoi
 
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I was expecting to see a copy of our Nighthawks, but wow...
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Funny how everyone is like "Wow, they copied the F-22, l0lzers russia suck."

Newsflash, there aren't too many shapes and sizes a stealth fighter can be designed with.
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20+ years late and still behind, Russia.
20 years late? How many stealth fighters does the US have in active service right now? How many times have they been tested in combat?

The F-22s and F-35s are currently grounded, and have yet to be used in armed conflict.

Nah, Russia and China aren't late, we've just been doing 20 years of beta testing for them.

As for being behind, in all aspect stealthiness, it is, but it does it does have a few advantages as well. Also, the bang for the buck Russia is going to get out of these is almost certainly greater than what American tax payers are getting from the F-35 and F-22. If it turns out to do well as an export, they might even make money off of the thing.
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