The international MAKS-2003 aerospace show, the sixth one held in Russia and the most representative this year, continues its work in the town of Zhukovsky near Moscow. A hit on the second day will be the famous U.S. B-52 bomber, being the basis of U.S. force of strategic bombers, which is due to arrive on the second day of the show.
The model of the B-52H aircraft, which will be on display, carries four powerful missiles.
On the second day experts will discuss the development of aviation and space problems.
Russian Sukhoi planes and Kamov helicopters will make demonstration flights.
Rescuers found the pilot of one of the two Su-34 fighters that had collided in midair in the Far East on January 18