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Hello from a long time reader and first time member, pictures of possible AURORA sighting included

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posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 03:25 PM
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Hello to the ATS community, I am a long time reader of this website (since 2007) and have just decided to join so I can post my experiences as well as contibuting to the threads and posts of others. I am a 37 year old professional who resides in the North of the UK. I live on top of a big hill and have complete unrestricted views of the sky with no light pollution which makes for some fantastic night time viewing of the stars.

I have uploaded two pictures taken on the 25/06/2011 from my front window. I had been outside gardening when I heard a strange faint rumbling noise. As I looked up I saw a small silver object moving at tremendous speed in the sky. The object seemed very high altitude and was moving faster than a comparable passenger jet would seem to at the same view point.

After producing the contrails left (pictured) the rumbling noise stopped and the object also stopped producing contrails, then went into a cloud and vanished!!

I quickly got my camera and snapped the shots of the contrails and seemed to remember similar patterns found in sightings of the top secret AURORA aircraft.

Sorry for the quality of the pictures but I snapped them through a window with my mobile phone.

Thanks for reading and I look forward to meeting some of you in the forums soon


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posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 03:32 PM
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Welcome to ATS.


Those are some beautiful pictures you got there.

Can't wait to see more of your sky pictures.



posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 03:35 PM
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Thank you for the encouraging comment, I see lots of strange things here. I am litterally based on top of a hill and have views for miles. On a clear night the sky is totally breath taking and beautiful to watch. I intend to keep a camera close now and cant wait to post more pictures for the community to comment on.



posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 03:37 PM
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Welcome to ATS, and about your pictures, they don't look very fascinating to me. I've seen con/chemtrails similiar to that.



posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 03:46 PM
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Welcome to ats, even though you have probably been around longer than me!


I wonder what the dark patch is on the top photo? It's on the right hand side, do you know what that is?

It's okay now i see there are a couple others so guessing just stuff on the window? lol
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posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 04:03 PM
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reply to post by motormouth
 


Welcome to ATS. It's refreshing to have new members who know the value of providing pics for the rest of us. Good on you for going the extra step.....


I look forward to seeing your future contributions to our community.

Des



posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 04:05 PM
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Alright! This is the kind of new members ATS needs. First post and he's already brought something to the table.

Interesting photos. Although the contrails could have been caused by a lot of different aircraft looks wise, the fact that you saw what was making the contrail, and that it was traveling much faster than a commercial aircraft points to it being military in nature.

There is a base in Scotland that supposedly hosts the Aurora for the US. People have claimed seeing it flying out from there. (You can find multiple threads here at ATS about the Aurora some even mentioning it flying out of Scotland) So maybe you saw the Aurora. That being said you could have seen any other military fighter flying at high speed and altitude too.

What's interesting is you heard the rumbling of the engine but there was no sonic boom. Thats noteworthy, considering the speed you saw it traveling.

Anyways, Welcome to ATS!!! you seem like you'll be a great addition here. Also, keep looking up. Bet you could see a ton of UFO where you live. Keep a camera or video recorder ready and upload that stuff right here at ATS. we could use some good contributors.




posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 04:07 PM
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Hi, welcome to ATS!

It was most likely normal contrails. I was just looking at alleged Aurora contrails and and i have seen actual planes do the same kinds of trails before.

My guess is that this type of contrail is made by some sort of air turbulence..



posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 04:19 PM
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Originally posted by BASSPLYR
Alright! This is the kind of new members ATS needs. First post and he's already brought something to the table.

Interesting photos. Although the contrails could have been caused by a lot of different aircraft looks wise, the fact that you saw what was making the contrail, and that it was traveling much faster than a commercial aircraft points to it being military in nature.

There is a base in Scotland that supposedly hosts the Aurora for the US. People have claimed seeing it flying out from there. (You can find multiple threads here at ATS about the Aurora some even mentioning it flying out of Scotland) So maybe you saw the Aurora. That being said you could have seen any other military fighter flying at high speed and altitude too.

What's interesting is you heard the rumbling of the engine but there was no sonic boom. Thats noteworthy, considering the speed you saw it traveling.

Anyways, Welcome to ATS!!! you seem like you'll be a great addition here. Also, keep looking up. Bet you could see a ton of UFO where you live. Keep a camera or video recorder ready and upload that stuff right here at ATS. we could use some good contributors.



Pretty normal contrail there. See them off and on near where I live.

And be careful when you're quoting what he's saying without actually using a direct quote. He says it was moving faster, you change this to "much faster." Please note that he never said much faster. I only mention it for this reason - a small change like this, by itself, is not really that big of a deal. But if you do that, then the next person does it, and the next person does it, the whole thing is twisted by the time it gets through three people and by the time the thread is done, it no longer resembles what it originally said. Lets try to quote accurately so we can maintain the integrity of the thread



posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 06:28 PM
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Yeah I see what you are saying. sorta like a game of telephone. Eventually the OP's intent will get distorted.

Either way I congratulate the OP for joining up and for a good first start.



posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 11:17 PM
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