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Russia's hypersonic missiles make it difficult for the US to track them down

Before its some sources say that, NATO does not have an advanced radar for detecting the presence of Russian fifth-generation fighter jets, namely su-57 fighter jets.

As happened in Iraq and Ukraine. Some videos show SU-57 fighter jets very easily entering NATO airspace without radar knowledge.

Recently, as reported by the Washington Times, journalist Bill Gertz said that American radars do not have a sophisticated sensitivity to detecting Russian and Chinese hypersonic missiles.

Hypersonic missiles are 10 to 20 times harder to detect by radar than ballistic missiles, Hertz said, because the trajectory of the latter is more predictable than the former.

In this case, the Pentagon plans to create a network of space satellites to study how to track those Russian-made hypersonic targets.

Meanwhile, Jordan Cohen, an analyst at the Cato Institute, believes that the delivery of U.S. air defense systems to Ukraine may be delayed.

According to him, currently the United States has the opportunity to deliver only two air defense systems, but it will take several years to complete, assemble and ship six other systems.

Some experts say that, in this regard the US is much behind compared to Russia and China and this is evident when SU-57 fighter jets and Russian-made hypersonic missiles are causing the US and NATO difficulties.

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