Gotha Go P.60C  3 view      This was the final design of the Gotha Go P.60 series, the P.60C nightfighter. There seems to be some confusion as to which engines were to be installed, two HeS 011 or two BMW 003 turbojets. The fuselage was lengthened again, to accommodate the installation of a radar set and its "Morgenstern" (Morningstar) antenna. Again, armament was to be four MK 108 30mm cannon. The end of the war prevented further development.

   Span: 13.51m (44' 4.3")    Length: 10.9 m (35' 9.5")      Max. Speed: 960 km/h (596 mph)

Gotha P.60C cutaway drawing      The arrangement of the crew and radar are shown in this cutaway drawing. Although the radar antenna was supposed to be the "Morningstar", the FuG 240 "Berlin" antenna is pictured.