posted on Aug, 19 2009 @ 04:44 AM
reply to post by L.HAMILTON
Aurora was a budget entry for then then classified B-2 stealth bomber. Around the time of these budget entries, there were many sightings, one of
which was an isosceles triangle getting refueled by a tanker over the north sea, another was a bunch of sonic booms over California on days where no
supersonic aircraft were officially flying. It was said to make a "strange, loud pulsating roar.." To top it off, the Sr-71 was retired around this
time. Since then, the name has merely become an umbrella term for any secretive hypersonic aircraft or space plane (NASP, X-33, and Blackswift, only
secret and flying), even if in reality the sightings were of many completely unrelated aircraft.
The TR-3B, however, is said to be an actual anti-gravity craft, much more advanced, less likely to be real, with no sound or a low hum. So while
Aurora may be responsible for some of the sightings - I think the sightings involved with silent, hovering, low flying triangles that do impossible
maneuvers, particularly with a hum, are completely unrelated to Aurora - and more in the realm of the TR-3B, which I don't even think exists, or
ALIENS, which is far more plausible in my opinion. It would make no sense for the government to do this - and they may not even have the technology.
However well also see flying spheres in the sky doing the same things the supposed TR-3B does - so IMO it's Alien.
If anyone wants more information on Aurora then check the Aircraft forum... TR-3B is usually not discussed there, usually in the UFO & Alien section.
Here's a good article on Aurora.
This is the first mainstream news article I have read that mentions the highly secret Aurora project
To be fair, the biggest investigator of Aurora was Bill Sweetman. Former editor for Jane's and currently an editor for Aviation Week group. He is a
writer of more than 50 books on military aircraft. You can contact him online at Aviation Week... I disagree with him most of the time.
[edit on 19/8/2009 by C0bzz]