- Dec 27, 2005
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New topic please...
Deino said:...since it seems only to have scaled the nozzle diameters to the same size.
Hold on now, that second picture is great.overscan said:I see nothing interesting or useful in your pictures
Part of it has something to do with air pollution but the climate in Chengdu is mostly responsible for the foggy weather.sferrin said:
Sorry if my comment was misleading and You are correct that besides that new pitot and the ability to close the MLG dors while taxying the only "new" observation is this yellowthink with these <> corners.consealed said:It looks no difference from 2001.
It is quite possible that this part already exists on #2001 but was painted black from the outset and therefore not as visible.Deino said:Sorry if my comment was misleading and You are correct that besides that new pitot and the ability to close the MLG dors while taxying the only "new" observation is this yellowthink with these <> corners.
Deino said:Otherwise I think this shape is interesting ... but again not new !
Photoshop is amazing isn't it?Foxglove said:
You can't exclude it, but when the first photos of the J-20 surfaced, many, including me, suspected PS might've been employed. Please note it hasn't been settled unequivocally yet whether a/c no. 2001 had two differrent engine types fitted, or there were/are two different examples bearing the same bort number. If the latter is true, we already have at least three examples. And how long was it before Chinese authorities officially admitted the existence of the J-20 after the type's photos flooded the net? When it comes to military technology, the official story is usually far behind the current state of affairs.sferrin said:
Yep ... was already posted in the first tread !sferrin said: