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N-600-100V Archelon by haryopanji N-600-100V Archelon by haryopanji
The N-600-100V Archelon, is a heavy airlift cargo aircraft, designed by Sentry Aerospace Manufacture. The design, built to transport the orbiter craft (in SCA or Shuttle Carrier Aircraft role), was a stretched version of the successful Sentry Aerospace N-600V Archelon. [link]

Often nicknamed "The Great White" from its most recognizable fuselage color.

The N-600-100V is the most powerful Archelon variant. It used with all new equal high power version of its six thrust-vectored engines from Lambda Corporation, designed for flying over-sized payloads due to the unique size of its cargo deck.


General Specification:

Crew:
3 or 4 (2 pilots, 3rd optional, 1 loadmaster)
Payload: 200,000 kg (440,100 lb)
Length:
75.1 m (246.4 ft)
Wingspan:
70.4 m (230.9 ft)
Height:
15.8 m (51.9 ft)
Powerplant:
6 x Lambda Power LP-990x PTV Pitch Thrust Vectoring high by-pass turbofans,
93,000 lbf (410 kN) each
Maximum speed:
Mach 0.92 (630 mph, 1,015 km/h) at 35,000 ft (10,668 km)
Cruise speed:
Mach 0.845 (564 mph, 490 kn, 908 km/h)
Service ceiling: 45,000 ft (13,716 m)
Range:
With maximum payload: 8,000 km (4,960 mi)

Inspired from Antonov An-225 Mrya strategic airlift cargo aircraft
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DemonDogMarine1960 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2014
If you knew about Russian aircraft, you would think that this looks like the Antonov 225 Myriya (Russian for Dream) Look it up on Google.  They only made one of it.  Most likely Vladimir Putin owns it.  The shuttle Buran(Russian for Snowstorm)was totally A.I. & flew & landed itself.  Again, most likely owned by Vladimir Putin.  He's the only one with enough money.  Personally, I hope/wish he would come over here and kicks Obama ass & send em back to Africa where they belong!!  Nice plane, by the way.  I like your "Guardian Angel" too!!  They're both in my favorites.
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haryopanji Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I thought they build two! But at least she's still the biggest aircraft in the world...Today!

Thank you!
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DemonDogMarine1960 Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2013
Looks like the Russian An-225 Mirya Heavy Cargo aircraft.
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haryopanji Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Inspired from that.
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Panzerfire Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
That surely is a lovely bird. Although those things that resemble engines (Are they?) near the rear landing gear seem rather out of place.
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haryopanji Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you and, yes they are. The idea was from anime Yukikaze's C-41 common multi-role transport plane.
Those were useful for boosting lifting or take off capability with out stressing the wing load structure instead place another sets of heavy engines on it.
As for FOD protection, well...it use sets of air filter fences like those in Su-27 Flanker's air intakes.
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Panzerfire Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Hmmm... I wonder if such engines wouldn't be more subject to damage during take off and landing. I would think that maneuverability of this thing during Take-off and landing would be limited as to avoid hitting those engines with the ground.
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haryopanji Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
I was thinking the F-15 and Su-27 engine air intakes, how they handle the FOD? The solution for take-off and landing maneuver was using the thrust vectored nozzles.
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Panzerfire Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
haahhh, I see now. :)
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