A new video featuring four Su-57s, recently released on the Internet, revealed something that not many people knew about the military plane, invisible on radar. The aircraft is very noisy.
The video, filmed somewhere in Russia, hears the sharp noise made by the plane as it approaches the one filming. One thing is clear about the Su-57: you may not see it on the radar as it approaches, but you can certainly hear it from a great distance!
The 5th generation aircraft was introduced in 2010 by Russia and India. Subsequently, New Delhi went out of business, and the project was developed by Moscow on its own.
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Originally known as the T-50 or PAK-FA, the model was later officially renamed the Su-57, and the code name given to it by NATO (as it has done with many other Russian aircraft over time) is “Felon ”.
The Su-57 is a large aircraft that can perform multiple tasks, from hunting to ground attack and anti-ship. Like other state-of-the-art models, such as the F-22 or F-35, the “Felon” carries weapons inside.
Although it does not seem to be very maneuverable, the plane is equipped with an automatic cannon, for close confrontations with other aircraft.
Source: Popular Mechanics
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