Revealed new data on the promising reusable missile "Krylo-SV"


The Russian promising reusable light-class Krylo-SV missile will be able to land at any, even unpaved, airfield. Information about the new capabilities of the apparatus was shared by the head of the EKB them. Bartini TsNIIMash Boris Satovsky.


According to the developer, the chassis of the promising rocket will have interchangeable equipment. So, if the landing is carried out not on a concrete runway, but on an unpaved airfield, then skis will be used instead of wheels.

Recall that the preliminary design of a reusable first stage for a light launch vehicle was defended in 2019. At the beginning of 2020, work began on the creation of a flight demonstrator. The size of the latter will be 1/3 of the original.

The basis of "Wing-SV" was the design of the cruise missile "Baikal", which was developed by the Center. Khrunichev. The prospective vehicle will have a diameter of 0,8 meters and a height of 6 meters.

According to the project, the reusable first stage after separation will be able to return back to the cosmodrome using folding wings and an aircraft engine, landing in airplane mode. The Vortex liquid-propellant rocket engine will be developed specifically for Kryla-SV, with an estimated thrust of 4000 kgf.

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  1. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) April 14 2021 17: 41
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    ... and on a dirt airfield, skis will be used instead of wheels. ...

    Fairy tales are becoming more and more portable ...
  2. steelmaker Offline steelmaker
    steelmaker April 14 2021 20: 01
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    That there are a lot of projects, and the Moon to boot. We have been flying in the Unions for 60 years Do something, not fill it up with projects.
  3. Sasha Ivankov Offline Sasha Ivankov
    Sasha Ivankov (Sasha Ivanov) April 15 2021 12: 27
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    About 15 years ago, I saw it already finished in the hangar, a project that has not yet been implemented.
  4. zzdimk Offline zzdimk
    zzdimk April 15 2021 16: 40
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    If I, not, as I should have taught physics, then it turns out that going into orbit is possible without dropping the first stage? It is very interesting. Where did the calculations come from? Or is there a mistake somewhere?
    Or did mixtures appear for launching into orbit without "repulsion"?
    1. 123 Online 123
      123 (123) April 15 2021 18: 38
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      If I, not, as I should have taught physics, then it turns out that going into orbit is possible without dropping the first stage? It is very interesting. Where did the calculations come from? Or is there a mistake somewhere?
      Or did mixtures appear for launching into orbit without "repulsion"?

      They are working on this, how far they have advanced is not clear, they show something.
      https://newdaynews.ru/chelyabinsk/719842.html