A resident of Ukraine filmed the launch of a Kh-29 missile from a Su-34 bomber

A video has appeared on the Web showing how a Su-34 Russian Aerospace Forces fighter-bomber strikes with an air-to-surface guided missile. It has been established that the footage was filmed by a resident of Ukraine during a military special operation carried out by the RF Armed Forces on Ukrainian territory.

At the same time, it is not known where exactly (the name of the settlement or region) and when exactly the video was made. But the footage clearly shows how the plane releases its aircraft weapons, maneuvers, conducts repeated shootings of heat traps and goes low for a turn.

That's funny!

– exclaimed a man behind the scenes.

Most likely, a resident of Ukraine witnessed the launch of one of the high-precision modular Soviet missiles of the Kh-29 family (Kh-29L and Kh-29T adopted by the USSR in 1980), or rather, their modern Russian modifications (Kh-29ML, Kh-29TM , Kh-29TD, Kh-29MP), since this ammunition has been actively improved in the Russian Federation. X-29 missiles are one of the main types of air-to-surface ASP for Soviet and Russian-made aircraft around the world.

These munitions are the most common Soviet-designed short-range missiles. At the same time, Western experts consider their modifications to be among the most successful Russian missiles. The estimated cost of the missile in the Kh-29TD modification is almost 18,5 million rubles.

The range of such missiles is from 8 to 30 km, depending on the modification. They are designed to destroy fortified targets, reinforced concrete structures, bridges, runways, ships with a displacement of up to 10 thousand tons and surface submarines.
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  1. Shmurzik Offline Shmurzik
    Shmurzik (Seymslav) April 26 2022 14: 50
    The range of such missiles is from 8 to 30 km, depending on the modification.

    At this range (and some up to 100 km)
    and bombs (cast iron) equipped with just a modernization kit are up to ... But the price is not even up to a couple of lemons of rubles ...
  2. Mikhail Novikov Offline Mikhail Novikov
    Mikhail Novikov (Mikhail Novikov) April 26 2022 16: 36
    Explicit frame from a computer game. In real shooting, the oncoming speed of the rocket and the aircraft from which the rocket was "shot" is about 1000 meters per second. During the exposure time, even if it is 1/100 of a second, the rocket moves a distance of about 10 meters, that is, at least its own length. Such a frame must be heavily blurred. And who filmed? Pilot? Shooter? Passenger? On the windshields of the cockpits of military aircraft and helicopters, something is always applied - where is this picture? Where are the structural elements of the aircraft that inevitably fall into the frame? We are given a drawing.
    1. Yuri Shishlov Offline Yuri Shishlov
      Yuri Shishlov (Yuri Shishlov) April 26 2022 19: 46
      Not to us, but to you! For we are talking about video from the ground! Miracle!
    2. Ivan IV Vasilievich (Ivan IV Vasilyevich) April 27 2022 00: 26
      Quote: Mikhail Novikov

      what picture are you talking about? About this one:

      And who promised you that this is a photograph? Where is it said, quote? And who that "vaparivaet"?
      There is a video in the article, no complaints about it?

      Amazing people. He will come up with something himself, attribute his nonsense to another, and then long and tediously refutes his own nonsense.
    3. Piramidon Offline Piramidon
      Piramidon (Stepan) April 27 2022 10: 15
      Quote: Mikhail Novikov
      Explicit frame from a computer game

      Completely to the end of the article to view the mind or patience is not enough? It's about the video. What's with the computer game?
    4. Luis Betton Offline Luis Betton
      Luis Betton (Vladimir) April 28 2022 08: 55
      Have you even watched the video? Filmed by a person from the ground, what elements of construction, besides asphalt, houses and tree branches, should have been captured in the frame?