Monday, June 26, 2006


In The Name Of God

Country of Origin
CIS (formerly USSR)
Similar Aircraft
  • F/A-18 Hornet
  • F-16 Fighting Falcon
  • F-15 Eagle
  • Su-27 Flanker
  • MANUFACTURER Moscow Air Production Organization
  • all-weather
  • single-seat counter-air fighter
  • attack capability
  • Crew One
    Power Plant Two Klimov/Sarkisov RD-33 turbofans
    Thrust 22,200 pounds
    Wingspan 36 feet and 5 inches
    Height 15 feet and 6.25 inches
    Length 56 feet and 10 inches
    Weight (empty): 24,030 pounds
    Maximum Speed Mach 2.3, 1,520 mph
    Ceiling 18400 meters
    Cruise range 905 nm
    In-Flight Refueling No
    Internal Fuel 4000kg
    Payload 4000kg
    Sensors Slot Back radar, IRST,RWR, Balistic bombsight
    Drop Tanks Drop tank with 800kg of fuel for 90 nm range
    Ferry tank with 1500kg of fuel for 255nm range
  • One 30mm GSh-30L cannon with 150 rounds
    Six AAMs including a mix of SARH and
  • AA- 8 Aphid (R60)
  • AA-10 Alamo (R27T)
  • AA-11 Archer (R73)
  • FAB 500-M62, FAB-1000, TN-100, ECM Pods, S-24
  • AS-12, AS-14
  • User Countries
  • Russia
  • Belarus
  • Bulgaria
  • CIS
  • Croatia
  • Cuba
  • Czech Republic
  • Germany
  • Hungary
  • India
  • Iran
  • Iraq
  • Kazakhstan
  • Malaysia
  • Moldova
  • North Korea
  • Poland
  • Romania
  • Slovakia
  • Syria
  • Turkemenistan
  • Ukraine
  • Uzbekistan
  • Yemen
  • Yugoslavia
  • Sunday, June 18, 2006

    new aircrafts

    In The Name Of God

    Hello, i want to start to put some simple and useful information and data about the current new aircrafts and oher air and space vehicle on the news and going to start it with F-22 :
    . specifications:
    Lockheed Martin/Boeing F-22A Raptor
    Crew: Pilot.
    Dimensions: Length 62 ft 1 in (18.92 m); Height 16ft 5 in (5.00 m); Wing Span 44 ft 6 in (13.56 m); Wing Area 840 sq ft (78.04 sq m)
    Engines: Two Pratt & Whitney F119-PW-100 turbofans of 35,000 lb. (155.69 kN) st. each with afterburning
    Weights: Empty Operating 32,000 lb (14,515 kg); Maximum Take-off 55,000 lb (24,950 kg)
    Armament: Two AIM-9M Sidewinders in fuselage side bays; six AIM-120C AMRAAM or two AIM-120C AMRAAM and two 1,000 lb. JDAM in under fusleage bay; one 20mm M61A2 rotary cannon with 480 rounds in starboard wing root. Provision for 4 underwing pylons with 5,000 lb (2,268 kg) capacity each.
    Performance: Maximum level speed 800 kts (921 mph, 1483 kph) at sea level, Mach 1.8+ at altitude, supercruise at Mach 1.4+; Maximum rate of climb at sea level classified; Service ceiling 50,000+ ft (15,240+ m); Ferry range with full fuel tanks 1,735 nm (2,000 mls, 3,220 km)

    .technical diagram:
    resources of above information:

    For more technical and logestical information you can click here.

    My other apects of life-2

    In The Name Of God

    Have you thought about it before how you can be a greate human been? imean how you can make yourself morei ndependent of bad thing? Look to this picture:

    My other apects of life-1

    In The Name Of God

    Well, I suppose as the name of my blog says, I have to speak only about the aerospace but actually as you know every human been has multi aspects! Which means obviously I have other opinions about other things like politics, religion, fashion, culture and so on. Today I want to speak about shia. My picture speaks behalf of me!

    Actually I do not want to make my nice blog a place for political debates but sometimes I think it is essential to say something about what i believe are important and one of those things is Shiasim. Revolutionary aspect of Islam or modern thought of Islam, whatever you call it, it is indeed a true Islam! I know our sonni Muslim friends can not digest it! Well this is a reality. We as a shia have relatively small quantity but definitely high quality! Think about it with regards of Flags!

    Friday, June 16, 2006

    how good are iranian missiles?

    In The Name Of God

    Today every body speak about iranian nuclear threat, which obviousley is rubish! especially when Pakistan and Israile actually have a lot of these weapones and USA is far ahead in term of this ''threat'' from Iranian side.
    But very important thing which most of people do not know it or never realis it is, in fact, nuclear bomb is dangerous only when you can carry it whith ''something'' and hit it to target. At the end of WWII that ''something'' was an American Bomber. but every body know these days Bomber can not fly by themselves whithout support of fighters and hit the target, so we have to use missile to do this job. therefore iranian missiles have to be capeable o carryng nuclear bomb and say hit Israil. A key question therefore arise here, Are Iranian Missile that good? let's see.

    Thursday, June 15, 2006


    In The Name Of God

    Hello guys! I think it is time to speak about more serious issues of aerospace science. Due to world political confliction raise I prefer to start of by missiles! Missile has fantastic capabilities for carrying very dodgy warhead with it. But actually production of good and accurate high range missile is not very easy task, it needs loads of effort and very good technical support, and of course money! So let’s start from first practical missile which was V2 or A4 a German job!

    To be honest it was a fantastic missile! Not just because it was the first missile had been used during the war but also because when fuckin American captured it (plus people who design it!!!) after little bit modification they simply called it X-4 and it was indeed the missile which sent man to the space! for more information about this true historic theft of Russian and American click here.

    One the next issue i am going to speak more in detail about what hell missile is.

    Monday, June 12, 2006

    How wing works?

    In The Name Of God

    hello again!. Well today I am going to speak about something entirely important in term of Aerospace. Actually al the aerospace started from this point that how things can go up or fly? How birds can fly?

    Here we need to have very powerful physical and mathematical tools like various fundamental important Fluid mechanics laws and also very sophisticated mathematical principles to explain this physical fact in term of engineering language. But because it took more than four bloody boring years for me to understand them i am going to mention them very briefly. Most essential part of birds (aircraft) which makes them fly is WING. by analysing wing we can see that when it moves trough a fluid (in our case air) there will be circulation of air around it. This air circulation around the wing will generate imbalance pressure ratio on the wing which means it makes high pressure below and low pressure on the top of the wing.

    Because always air and any other fluid moves in the direction of high to low, so there will be a net force creation result of this fabulous pressure ratio on the wing which makes wing and as result air vehicle goes up!!
    Yes I know it sounds dead simple but in fact took several centuries to be discovered and after become applicable by fuckin humans!

    Wednesday, June 07, 2006

    Iranian sattelite

    Iran To Launch First Space Satellite In 2006

    Tehran (AFP) Jul 21, 2005
    Iran intends to launch its first satellite into space in 2006, and its sole purpose is to be for telecommunications, Iranian newspapers reported Thursday.

    "This is the first telecommunications satellite, code-named Mesbah (Lantern), to be launched this year, among the five approved to be built," Deputy Communication Minister Hasan Shafti was quoted as saying.

    "This satellite was designed and built with Italian cooperation," he added.

    It was to orbit at an altitude of 900 kilometers (about 560 miles).

    The launch of the 60 kilogram (132 pounds) cube-shaped Mesbah satellite was delayed.

    Iranian officials had said in September 2004 that it would launch in April 2005, but now they say it will launch by the end of the current Iranian year, ending March 2006.

    Press reports in 2004 had said: "The satellite will be used to identify natural resources, control the electrical and energy network (gas and oil), and later on can be used by communications and crisis management."

    Shafti said that out of the five satellites planned for construction, three will be launched into space over the next three years.

    The second Iranian satellite is multipurpose and bigger than Mesbah, and is to be built by Iran, China and Thailand, he said.

    "The third one, code-named Zohre (Venus), is the biggest national telecommunications satellite and it will be built with Russian cooperation in three years time," Shafti added.


    In The Name Of God

    Hello every body! First of all I have to apologies for my late because of the fuckin exams which I had! Well as it was stated before i have to talk about communication and aerospace technology relationship. Let start form very popular event like football world cup in Germany which all the people all around this dirty world love to see it! Specially those 32 countries which are in world cup. Perhaps most of you know how all these stupid matches are going to be broadcast from Germany. The answer is SATELLITE. Satellite technology which indeed is one of the most new, advanced and very expensive technologies in the world can provide us very good facility for broadcasting regards. Better satellite means better communication. But how we can have better satellite?
    To be honest with you, satellite by its own is more explained by electronic and computer field engineers and analysers rather than aerospace!!! Which means aerospace guys are not concern about how to make a satellite but we are concern how to send a satellite to space in its best efficient way (obviously means money!). Design and production of satellite launchers and its control equipment is a big story and how to send it and keep it on perfect position is another story.