Russia Reveals Hypersonic Stealth Bomber That Can Launch Nuclear Attacks From Space

Russia’s next generation hypersonic stealth nuclear bomber could fly by 2020, it has been claimed.  Military bosses claim the engine for the craft has already been tested, and a prototype could take to the air in six years.

The PAK-DA will be equipped with a special hybrid Turbofan engine, making it capable of low-level space flight. When flying inside the earth’s atmosphere, the bomber will burn traditional kerosene fuel. Once in space, the engine switches to methane and oxygen, allowing the PAK-DA to fly without air.



Carrying a payload of long-range ballistics, including hypersonic missiles with nuclear capabilities. From there, it will be able to launch attacks on targets before returning to base. VIA – ibtimes.

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