Object 770

Object 770

CountrySoviet Union
RoleHeavy tank
Built1 prototype

The Obiekt 770, or Object 770, was a prototype heavy tank designed by Pavel Isakov. The hull of the Object 770 had a sloped front like the T-54. The tank was manned by a crew of 4. The Object 770 had an NBC protection system. The turret was mounted in the front while the engine is located at the rear. The Object 770 had a dome-shaped 3 man turret. The turret houses the 130 mm M-65 gun). The gun had a gun stabilizer and an autoloader. Day and night sighting devices were also installed in the turret. Ammunition consists of 37 rounds. A 1x 14.5mm KPVT machine gun is located in a mount behind the rear of the turret for anti-aircraft defense. The Object 770 had six roadwheels and no support rollers. The tank had a hydropneumatic suspension for crew comfort and better accuracy. The tank was powered by a 10-cylinder, four-stroke, DST-10 experimental diesel engine. The engine also had a supercharger. The engine can output 1000 hp and allow the tank to cruise at 55 km/h.

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The Object 770 was a prototype Soviet heavy tank that was designed in 1956 by Pavel Isakov at the Chelyabinsk Tractor Plant. It was one of the last heavy tanks ever produced by the Soviet Union and featured many advanced technologies such as hydropneumatic suspension, hydromechanical transmission and a powerful 130mm M-65 cannon.
The Object 770 was developed alongside two other heavy tank projects: the Object 277 and the Object 279. However, all three projects were cancelled in 1960 by Nikita Khrushchev who ordered to stop production of all heavy tanks weighing over 37 tons. Only one prototype of the Object 770 was built and it is currently displayed at the Kubinka Tank Museum.

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