Confirmation of Existence of Aurora?

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posted on Apr, 28 2005 @ 03:25 PM
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If any of you guys have ever walked into the CIA headquaters or have seen it you will see a wall of stars at the bottom of that wall there is a book and in that book are stars and names. each of those stars are a CIA agent who has died some of the stars have names and other stars have nothing because the mission the person died on is still Top secert. I think that the Aroura is doing missions now or it is being used for high tech research and wheather it is for spying or research what it is doing is deemed to sensitive for the public to know about, even though we already know.




posted on Jun, 3 2005 @ 01:37 PM
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Aurora Is out there... I have seen it over my house. I live close to Avon Park. It was flanked by 2 f-15s. it was THAT low.



posted on Jun, 3 2005 @ 10:06 PM
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My wife use to live in Las Vegas. Her brother is some type of specialist that works on the planes for the Aggressor Squadron used for Red Flag at Nellis AFB. Before that he worked on the F-117 at a base north of Vegas when it was still secret. Anyway, My wife is reasonably familiar with most of the US military aircraft for a civilian because her brother educated her about them during base air shows.

So one evening a few years ago she was driving on base to see her brother and she claims a large triangular craft was coming in for a landing at Nellis. She said it was definately not a F-117 because it was not as angular and it was much larger than that plane. She asked her brother about it but he didn't say anything. He's very secretive about his work. I'm always kidding her he's going to come pick us up in a captured back engineered UFO one day.
A few days later she read in the paper that the "Aurora" had been spotted in the area. Before she read the paper she had never heard of it but after reading the description she was pretty sure that was what she had seen landing at Nellis that night.



posted on Jun, 4 2005 @ 03:04 AM
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If the Aurora really exist, i 'am happy... Because that plane is COOL... And we already have a lot of proof, so I guess that time will tell...



posted on Jun, 4 2005 @ 04:35 AM
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Originally posted by Mauser

Originally posted by DarkStar

And I don't beleive this pulse engine crap, because I have a photograph here of the aurora being refilled by tanker plane.


If you mean this photo,



then i'm afraid that i will have to dissapoint you now (if you havent been yet) because the picture is a fake. It was montaged by Bill Rose for the October 1995 issue of Astronomy Now (UK) magazine.

You can find more info here:
www.fas.org...


This drawing (NOT PHOTO) was made by one worker at british oil mine (or tower - I do not know the exact phrase) in south sea near England. It is there, where Piper Alpha was. He described it as one KC-135, two F-111 and some black triangular object. "took a picture" does not mean that he had a photo. He only saw it and drawn on paper. The text in posted link is not correct in fact. This drawing made a lot of noise because the person, that drawn it, was civil RAF employe trained in aircraft identification.

I want to point out, that RAF worked at that time on unmanned triangular HALO demonstrator.





posted on Jun, 5 2005 @ 01:16 PM
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Originally posted by Mauser Maybe an old Navy A-12

Sorry, Mauser, A-12 were never flown.



posted on Jun, 10 2005 @ 04:34 PM
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I saw this banking near my house w/ my binoculars:




Let me explain. This can further prove Aurora's second home is Avon Park. I was walking my dog when I heard a sound coming from the north ( was facing south) that did not sound like a regular fighter jet, as fighter jets fly over going to MacDill. The sound was like a lightsaber almost. It had a purple lights at the nose and two white lights near the wing tips. I used a pair of night vision gogles that I got from the ARMY/NAVY store. I could see the wings and the belly mounted engine as it passed me going south. It then turned, going east, and sounded as though it was slowing down. Avon Park is about 10 miles away from me, and then it faded out of view. That was the same night as the two supposed F/A-18's going supersonic to MacDill. Makes you wonder...



[edit on 6/10/2005 by TheRanchMan]



posted on Jun, 10 2005 @ 08:35 PM
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Originally posted by DarkStar
Nothing can travel that fast within atmosphere without burning to a crisp.


It does not travel Mach 8 in the atmosphere. It travels at Mach 8 as it increses its altitude to go into outer space, but it thewn slows down.


Also Originally Posted by DarkStar
And I don't beleive this pulse engine crap, because I have a photograph here of the aurora being refilled by tanker plane.


Pulse engines use regular jet fuel. Oh,. and that photo you have is just a model of what was seen, not a real photo. The witness took an existing photo and edited it. So...

[edit on 6/10/2005 by TheRanchMan]



posted on Jun, 12 2005 @ 01:13 AM
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Originally posted by TheCat

They then interviewed a man who described what it felt like on the ground, when this aircraft passed over. The pressure on the ears, the severe vibrations on the body and the intense noise.



Uh, well, then it's not exactly a SPY aircraft? Maybe it's ment to be in space perhaps? Or, if it is a spy aircraft, it's just a "take photos and fly like hell" type aircraft
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[edit on 12-6-2005 by Vinci]



posted on Jun, 14 2005 @ 10:25 PM
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I don't know the credibility of this information and, unfortunately, the site the following "quote" came from is no longer online. While researching the Aurora for a project, I ran across the Aurora Aircraft Page which included a lot of good information including work by Bill Sweetman, but one thing that caught me was a quote supposedly stated by a USAF official that wished to remain anonymous. The quote stated, "With the Blackbird, they knew we were there, but they couldn't touch us. With Aurora, they won't even know we're there." Once again, I can't back this up but if anybody knows what I'm talking about or can help clearify this, please speak up.



posted on Jun, 14 2005 @ 11:08 PM
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Ah, so, it IS a smash and grab



posted on Jul, 14 2005 @ 12:17 AM
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Its really just the replacement for the SR-71. Its purpose is one, many, or all of the following:

A: a space (or sub-orbital) craft that goes into space (or just below it) and launches weapons
B: A supersonic bomber that bombs the hell out of the target and skeedaddles.
C: a Orbital or sub-orbital spyplane that photographs enemy bases and, again, skeedaddles.



posted on Jul, 14 2005 @ 12:24 AM
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No. I would think of course not. Like the f17 or b2, until its been seen or at least government military Airforce aknowledged, it still isn't offically here?

Dallas



posted on Jan, 28 2006 @ 10:32 PM
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Originally posted by DJDOHBOY
Aurora is in service has been for a few years, there are plans apparantly looking at retrofitting it with a cannon. Could be leathal!


No, I think Aurora is either a recon plane or a bomber. Retrofitting the craft with any kind of external weapon will compromise the aircraft's aerodynamics, and will sacrifice much speed. Unless, the cannon is stored inside the craft. I think the aircraft is a bomber, an aircraft like the B-2, that will drop bombs and then bolt out of their. unless, it has a surveillance camera that mounts flush into the aircraft's belly, and will not compromise the aerodynamics of the craft.

[edit on 1/28/2006 by TheRanchMan]



posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 07:25 AM
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Originally posted by TheRanchMan
No, I think Aurora is either a recon plane or a bomber. Retrofitting the craft with any kind of external weapon will compromise the aircraft's aerodynamics, and will sacrifice much speed. Unless, the cannon is stored inside the craft. I think the aircraft is a bomber, an aircraft like the B-2, that will drop bombs and then bolt out of their. unless, it has a surveillance camera that mounts flush into the aircraft's belly, and will not compromise the aerodynamics of the craft.

[edit on 1/28/2006 by TheRanchMan]

Not going one way or the other here regarding the possibility of Aurora's existence, however one point should be made regarding surveillance hardware and aerodynamics - the SR-71 has/had no aerodynamic problems with it's ISR suite. Pods or other aerodynamic hindering external devices are not needed for these functions.



posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 11:13 AM
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At intervals ranging from a few weeks to a few months, I hear a double sonic boom here in Southeast Arizona. Occasionally I can see a tiny wisp of a contrail, but it fades within seconds. This last week, however, I was going outside when the sonic boom happened and I got out fast enough to see the contrail and the front of it being formed by whatever aircraft it was. It was extremely high and moving very quickly across the sky. The contrail looked slightly different from other ones I typically see, but I can't recall it exactly as I forgot my camera inside... But the strangest thing was how fast the contrail faded. Within 5 - 8 seconds after forming at a particular point, that point in the contrail was gone.

At any rate, I now keep my camera beside me at all times with a 200mm lens on it. So if it happens again soon and I get out fast enough, I'll try to get a photo of whatever it is. Here's hoping it's triangular.



posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 11:26 AM
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well many times I wonder what kind of aircraft or spacecraft the United states militairy has in its possesion.

now the b2 and the f117 are more then 20 years old and out for over more then 15 years I wonder what and when they are going to declassifie some of there new secret projects. its about time they did now they are going to put down the f117 and the b2 .

If its the aurora I don't know but I believe time for them to reveal something is close because they are to put the f117 and the b2 just like the sr71 in to museum pieces.



posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 12:32 PM
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Here is a pic of an SR-72 testing the Aerospike engine. The Aerospike had to be shutdown because it pushed the SR-71 to its areodynamic envelope.





posted on Jan, 30 2006 @ 03:46 PM
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the Aurora exists either as a single bomber/recon plane or as a prgram code word, the US wouldnt just stop building black projects with the B2.

the US has a lot of toys in the attic so to speak from just what i saw during my time at a special but not super security base, high but not super.

I actualy feel with in the year or 2 they will declassify the Aurora program or what we think the Aurora might be.

maybe after the invasion of iran



posted on Jan, 30 2006 @ 04:37 PM
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ULTIMA1 posted:
"Here is a pic of an SR-71 testing the Aerospike engine. The Aerospike had to be shutdown because it pushed the SR-71 to its aerodynamic envelope."


This is not true.

The aerospike test article was carried on a doral fairing on the SR-71 (as seen in the photo), but it was never actually ignited. The test pod was carried on seven flights for aerodynamic data and cold flow tests, but there was never a hot-fire test.

Also, no Linear Aerospike SR-71 Experiment (LASRE) flight ever exceeded, or even approached, the Blackbird's normal maxmum cruising speed. Here is a list of LASRE test flights:

31 OCT 97 : LASRE pod aerodynamics. Ed Schneider/Bob Meyer. Max. Mach=1.19, Max. Altitude=33,000 ft.

19 DEC 97 : LASRE pod aerodynamics. Rogers Smith/Marta Bohn-Meyer. Max. Mach=1.61, Max. Altitude=50,050 ft.

04 MAR 98 : LASRE cold flow test. Schneider/Meyer. Max. Mach=1.58, Max. Altitude=41,300 ft.

19 MAR 98 : LASRE cold flow test. Smith/Bohn-Meyer. Max. Mach=1.63, Max. Altitude=50,050 ft.

15 APR 98 : LASRE planned ignition test (failed to ignite), LOX carry. Schneider/Meyer.
Max. Mach=1.78 (fastest LASRE flight), Max. Altitude=51,000 ft. (highest LASRE flight)

23 JUL 98 : LASRE LOX cold flow test, pod purge evaluation, crew proficiency. Smith/Bohn-Meyer. Max. Mach=0.92, Max. Altitude=32,350 ft.

29 OCT 98 : LASRE LOX cold flow test, pod purge evaluation, final LASRE flight. Schneider/Meyer. Max. Mach=1.40, Max. Altitude=41,200 ft.





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