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Russia's S-500: How could Putin slay the Air Force F-22s and B-2 Stealth Infantry aircraft?
With the S-500's progressive network capability, some army analysis has proposed that Russians might actually be able to use cloaking planes. It is possible to create a weapon-grade trace on an airplane such as the F-22 or F-35 by linking several high-speed long-wave radar units such as the RLS Voronezh-DM and 1L119 Nebo SVU.
Russia S-500, Russia's terrifying new aerial and rocket defence system, has apparently gone into operation, breaking new rocket deployment record heights. The next stage rifle was developed to complement Moscow's already powerful S-400 and replacing the A-135 anti-missile system. As well as its unparalleled ability to strike altimeter goals - up to and beyond extreme distances, involving balistic rockets and spacecraft - there are some assertions - usually from the news sources - that the system could take a cloaking look at planes.
Something that is definitely known about the S-500 is that it is of very high importance to Russia's Vladimir Putin and that it presents itself to the public as primarily a high level defence system. "There is a need to establish and establish technology bases in the field of aerial defence, to pursue the modernisation of Pantsir weapons, to complete the design and preparation for large-scale manufacture of the latest S-500 weapons, which are able to meet objectives at very high heights, even in near-earth space," Putin said in May.
CNBC's CNBC reports indicate that the rocket with which the goal was struck was a long distance NPO Novator 9M82MD rocket powered by the S-300V4, which has a 250 nm reach and a velocity of about Mach 7. It also has a lightweight rocket with a cruising distance of 80 sea-km.
It is more likely, however, that the rocket in issue is a derivation of the 40N6 rocket used on the S-400 within a 250-mile radius, as it has been widely covered in the Soviet press. The fact that the S-500 has proven extraordinary abilities in both cases persists. According to Vladimir Karnozov of Aviation International News at the beginning of the year report, the S-500 uses several kinds of rockets.
The S-500 can use the 48N6 rocket families, which weighs approximately two tonnes and has an efficient operating distance of up to 130 nm (240 kilometres), against airbreathing objectives. Karnozov reported for longer term goals that the system uses the 40N6 with higher power output variant. She also uses the smaller and light rockets of the families M96 and M100, which weighed 240 kg (530 pounds) and more.
The S-500 uses 77N6-N and 77N6-N1 killed rockets against threat from balistic rockets - and apparently with a pendant ability against enemy aircraft. Rockets are able to hit their objectives at 7 kilometres per second, which Russian estimates would be enough to annihilate any arriving aircraft targeting them, complete with satellite. Apparently it has the ability to reach destinations up to 124 mph - or 200 km or 656,000 feet - within a range of 324 mph or 600 km.
Up to 10 arriving rockets can be fought at the same time and the reaction time is less than 4 seconds. The S-500 has some reported cloaking capabilities, such as the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor, the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter or any other low-profile monitor.
Russians say that the system can attack beyond the horizon and be integrated into an aerial defence system - including satellite. "We can already say that Russia has established the world's first multi-stage anti-aircraft defence system that will provide reliable protection against large-scale rocket attacks," said Zvezda.
"S-500 will analyse information on a possible rocket assault by early alert satellite and over-horizon radar, such as Voronezh, as well as the significance of selected missiles, eliminating long-range missiles, accompanying all of this, and eventually assigning names to different weapons.
" With the S-500's progressive network capability, some army analysis has proposed that Russians might actually be able to use cloaking planes. It is possible to create a weapon-grade trace on an airplane such as the F-22 or F-35 by linking several high-speed long-wave radar units such as the RLS Voronezh-DM and 1L119 Nebo SVU.