rSin wrote: ↑
Mon May 08, 2023 9:01 pm
dont be stupid prawn. of course i realize the difference between low speed maneuvers and how they become impossible at speed. its the reason ive been skeptical of the reports of hypersonics being highly maneuverable. doesnt add up.
recently i ready that these missiles as they near their targets dump their speed and then preform their maneuvering tricks. but this i would say would mabe them vulnerable at that last second. why not just stick with their speed to the end. but i do understand how nearly impossible it would be for a hypersonic to not fly a balistic trajectory.
the subject remains unclear.
the west not going anywhere near russia and chinese shores isnt
i posted the video for two reason. A ive never seen a launched missile preform that way. if you look you can see the sacrificial nose rockets shoot off and away after it preform the midair turn. and be, to give you a look at hypersonic flight.
most people have never seen it...
Except the US Navy sails through the Taiwan Strait all the time, mere 10s of kilometres from mainland China's coast – right through the fucking middle of one of the most fortified areas in the world! https://www.reuters.com/world/us-warshi ... 023-04-17/
Not so "real" after all, eh?
At least you got one thing right: hypersonic missiles can only maneuvre if they slow down, which is what makes them vulnerable. The faster a missile travels, the harder it is to hit something.
rSin wrote:you see that maneuverability?
thats what hypersonics can do IN flight. its why they are presently invincible.
No, they are not "invincible" and yes, you did claim they could do those maneuvres "in flight".
Take a hyperbole chill pill man, and stop sucking Putin's dick: when you spew Russian and Chinese propaganda verbatim, you just sound like a stooge. You're better than that.