How is the stealth bomber design?
the plane is made with radar absorbent material, and is shaped specifically so the radar that doesn't get absorbed, deflects off of it at an angle and not back to the ground based radar.
it has been rated as the best bomber till now in the world.
Stealth bombers remain visible to the naked eye, the "stealth" part comes from its decreased visibility to a radar. The plane's design (both its shape and the materials used) is such that it reflects radar signals in a way which makes it more difficult for the machine to detect it. This in turn makes targeting and attacking the bomber difficult, even if it can be normally seen.
No. Russia is still using their old bomber made in 1959. It has no stealth technology and the US has intercepted them multiple times and escorted them back to Russian air space. It has no stealth technology and still uses cannons to defend itself. This will be Russia's bomber until 2040. I doubt they will replace it with a stealth type bomber because there military budget couldn't afford it. Russia's military is under funded as…
Lockheed-Martin's F-22A Raptor is currently considered the most powerful fighter aircraft in the world, due to its multiple capabilities for air-air, air-surface and stealth capabilities. On the bomber side, Northrop-Grumman's B-2 Stealth bomber is considered the premier bomber in the world, both for its range, stealth and payload capability.
No a stealth bomber cannot land on an aircraft carrier. Bomber tend to need longer runways then smaller fighter aircraft. In late 1980's, the US Navy began a contract for a new all-weather, stealth fighter to replace the A-6 Intruder. This aircraft was designated the A-12 and it was the general shape of a flying wing---actually a triangle. The prime contractor was General Dynamics. The program was cancelled by Sectary of Defense Dick Chaney, thus…