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Originally posted by cass1dy09
Looks like the Aurora
edit on 15-1-2013 by cass1dy09 because: (no reason given)edit on 15-1-2013 by cass1dy09 because: (no reason given)
From other allegedly real videos, including ones with night vision... there is no surface between them, it's just light orbs keeping triangle.
if the eyewitnesses are telling the truth then everyone of the triangular crafts are silent. That's what seems amazing to me.
problem with top secret aircraft, why would they light them up like that and draw attention.
The Aereon Dynairship is a conceptual large hybrid airship developed by the Aereon Corporation for civilian and military cargo transport. It is one of Aereon's lifting body airship concepts, where a craft without a conventional "wing" generates lift by itself. It would have also have been filled with rising gas such as hydrogen, making it a truly hybrid craft. This kind of configuration was researched by Aereon during the 1980s. However, a patent was filed in 1969.
The Dynairship was to be a very large ship, the conceptual designs showing it to form alarge triangle, with small finlets at the back of either end.
A lack of funding ended the project. According to Aereon, the Department of Defense told Miller in 2003, "You were 30 years ahead of your time"
Originally posted by TeflonBear
reply to post by stirling
I happen to agree with you. They are simply too big. I think any military would have a hard time keeping it a secret.
Originally posted by dc4lifeskater
why is it that no one that records these things has nightmode on their camera so we can get some night vision or a good sized spotlight so they can spotlight the thing and get a clear look at it.. annoying!
Originally posted by sylent6
I was believing this until I saw the flashing rotating red light in the triangle and then I said, um hm..its man made.