posted on Mar, 2 2005 @ 11:05 PM
Aurora is real
, lol odd name for someone who posts a "Black" image.
hmmmmmmmm...thanks for posting this...Its a pic I havn't seen before.
most think its fake, but i'm not sure. It it was fake you would think that the "creator" wouldn't touch the landing gear, and just out off
curiousity...I figured I it was me who was making this "fake image" I to might change a few other things about the Blackbird to make it more
different, and since the landing gear is clearly visable that would make sense, but I would use landing gear off of another plane that way its easier
and would look more legit, but I checked what the landing gear looks like on a couple dozen other aircraft and they dont match. Also (if real) it
only has 3 wheels while the SR-71 has 8, Although this doesn't mean much because since it is more modern then the SR-71 it would be made out of
composites making it lighter, and judging by the picture it looks smaller then the Blackbird as well.
It is most likely a fake. the outbaord engines are obviosuly from an SR-71. But if you compare the lighting on the center fin to the starboard fin,
you can see it is faked. the center fin lighting is too uniform, and also too bright.
The center would be more uniform...its verticle, while the other 2 are not. and with the sun being north-east of it I think the light appears correct.
and unfortunatly this pic cant be cracked by shadows...like most.
The more I look at the picture my eyes keep focusing on one part...behind the cockpit. Which looks nothing like the Blackbird, I also have being
looking at 2 seater Blackbirds but they dont look like this. and judging by the pics makeitso provided the second pic the camera man was a little to
far right, making the bird not perfectly centered, while the "odd jet" is obviously not even close to centered, but yet the (left) engine looks
shorter??? Which would be strange since its a turboramjet, and since that basically means 2 engines in one, that makes it longer. and my attention
went back to the fuselage, several aircraft have air intakes on there back, like the X-47A. So I think the jet engine has being moved to the back of
the aircraft behind the pilot, and if thats the case then you wouldn't need them on the side, making the side ones ramjet only, hence making them
smaller. Also the left & right tail fins seem to not be as tall as the Blackbirds.
Hard to judge its size by this picture...But deffiniatly smaller then the SR-71 Blackbird.
I say 70% chance of being legit.