MiG 25 reveals air-to-air missiles
Wallpapers Only has this 1024 x 768 MiG 25 banking away image.
Power: 2 - Tumansky R-31 turbojet engines
11,000 kg / 24,250 lb afterburning thrust
Max. Speed: 2,975 kph / 1,848 mph
Ceiling: 24,385 m / 80,000 ft
Range: 1,125 km / 700 miles
Climb: 15,240 m / 50,000 ft per minute
Empty: 20,000 kg / 44,090 lb
Max. Take Off: 36,200 kg / 79,800 lb
Wingspan: 13.95 m / 45 ft 9 in
Wing Area: 56.83 sq m / 611.7 sq ft
Length: 23.82 m / 78 ft 1.75 in
4 - air-to-air missiles on external pylons
AA-6 Acrid air-to-air missiles, 4 typical
2 - AA-7 Apex and 2 - AA-8 Aphid
Air-to-Air missile arrangement
Alexandru Vlad has identified the above jet as a MiG 31 and not the MiG 25 as I previously believed. See his comment below for his full explanation. The 1200 x 800 image above is from Poder Aereo, a Brazilian site in Portuguese. Your browser should provide translation. The missile arrangement differs from that specified above. Published specifications involving military aircraft are seldom rigid or exact.
Two cockpit training version
Wikipedia has this 1023 x 681 double cockpit MiG 25 image. At 78 feet (almost 24 meters) even the single cockpit version is longer than an 18 wheeled U.S. commercial truck.
Guess what happened at work today? Riding a rocket powered chair from a speeding aircraft is not short on thrills. The 1024 x 768 image from Operator Chan is grainy but try finding another like this. The MiG is in level flight and the pilot remains in place so what is the trainer thinking? The picture provides only questions.
MiG 25 cockpit
There's no room for anything but business in one of these cockpits. This 684 x 1036 image is from Photobucket.
Wai Le Model provides this 1024 x 738 illustrator's view of MiG 25s rising to intercept.
It's physics. Something this large, this fast is going to need help stopping before the runway ends. This 1200 x 800 image is from the Russian Air Force which is a great resource for aviation photos.