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Email Autor Correction ID #671305 / 148 Views
1-February-2007
10 First T10 prototype which led to the Su-27 Flanker. First flight on 20 May 1977, piloted by test pilot Vladimir Ilyushin.
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1-February-2007
701 Su-35 (Su-27M) first prototype. This aircraft made its maiden flight on 28 June 1988, piloted by Sukhoi test pilot Oleg Tsoy. On the left stand the huge two rotors Mil Mi-12 "Homer" helicopter.
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1-February-2007
CCCP-21142 Second prototype of the world largest helicopter. In February 1969, test pilot V. P. Koloshenko flew this prototype to 2255m with payload of 40'204 kg. ASCC reporting name "Homer". (more of CCCP-21142)
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1-February-2007
CCCP-86670 (cn 70205) Many heavy snow at her tail, nose and rear fuselage. (more of CCCP-86670)
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1-February-2007
CCCP-77106 (cn 04-1) Supersonic Tu-144 - 'Soviet Concorde' - at Monino museum. This particular plane was build in 1975 and in half a year it made first for Tu-144 operational flight from Moscow to Alma-Ata. Was used as freighter. (more of CCCP-77106)
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2-February-2007
01RED (cn 2805103) Copy of the Boeing B-29 Superfortress. ASCC reporting name "Bull".
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2-February-2007
33RED (cn 5019029) The first soviet jet supersonic long-range variable sweep wing bomber. (more of 33RED)
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1-February-2007
101 Another name of the project - Su-100. First flight at 1972. After 10 flights program was stopped due strong negative reflection of Soviet authorities. There is suspicion of Tupolev's influence on this desision. BTW - if you'd look at Tu-144 - many similarities.
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1-February-2007
CCCP-L5611 (cn 7270101) Tu-114 first prototype. Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev used it for the flights to US at 1959 year. It was delivered to Monino on 16 March 1972. (more of CCCP-L5611)
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1-February-2007
CCCP-09334 (cn 00340209) Built in Tashkent (factory No 84) in 1970, ninth aircraft of the second batch. This An-22 "Antheus" is on exhibit at Monino since 29 January 1988 (more of CCCP-09334)
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1-February-2007
CCCP-11213 (cn 0402406) An-10 is a passenger version of Antonov An-12. All An-10 have been grounded in 60-70s (more of CCCP-11213)