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British Aerospace 'P.125'

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P.125 is the project posted by user Zebedee last year in the FOAS topic. Must be safe to talk about it now ;)


 

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Their website:

http://www.aviation-news.co.uk

Don't seem to sell single issues though. Magazine is still available in WH Smiths etc here in the UK.
 

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overscan said:
Yes, was supposed to use some kind of synthetic display.
Two advantages listed in the short write up in AWST- improved stealth characteristics and protected the pilot from what was thought to be the threat from blinding from Soviet laser weapons.
 

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Vectored rear nozzle, 2 cold nozzles on the fuselage sides near the CoG and a front nozzle fed by the pipe visible above the engine.
 

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Are the 2 cold cold nozzles are fed by the engine fan?


Is the front nozzle hot?


Is these any drawings?
 

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The design is from the 1990s, so it predates Replica.

My earlier post on the nozzles is incorrect, it had a rear exhaust for conventional flight, and 2 rear nozzles (hot) plus one front (cold) for vertical flight.
 

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Thanks GTX, fan art or something from BAES? I think there is more info on the P.125 in a FOAS thread. IIRC it had a MD/NG/BAe JSF style rear nozzle and a RULS (remote unaugmented lift system) forward.
 

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Not sure about the rotating nozzle... there was a photo of the full size mock up printed in Air Pictorial a couple of years ago that showed a pair of concealed vectoring nozzles in front of the horizontal stabilisers...

The model in my earlier photo is still extant and on display in the Warton Heritage Centre...

Zeb
 

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Very nice art. It is fascinating to see the design from more than one angle! Thank you.
 

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SteveO said:
Thanks GTX, fan art or something from BAES? I think there is more info on the P.125 in a FOAS thread. IIRC it had a MD/NG/BAe JSF style rear nozzle and a RULS (remote unaugmented lift system) forward.

Fan Art I believe.
 

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BAe. P.125
 

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It also looks like they didn't need the U.S. to develop a stealth aircraft.

I found this picture from another forum, it shows a bit of the internal layout.
 

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