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Post by Chicago Astronomer Joe on Apr 28, 2005 23:59:01 GMT -6
Black Triangle Craft Photographed...
There have been quite a few reports on a mysterious black tri-angular shaped craft that is HUGE in size. Of course, many believe that is a UFO, as it makes no sound at all, and might have been the UFO seen over Phonix a few years back.
Here, such a craft was imaged recently...
Here is the account from the submitter:
My co-worker’s 13-year old son was in his back yard in Westwego, LA, taking a picture of the sunset on 04 Mar 05. When he downloaded his pictures to his computer he noticed a spot in the top center of the photo (first photo). When you enlarge the area you see a triangle with lights on each tip (second photo). If you look even closer, you can see a black dot to the right and above the triangle. Westwego is directly across the Mississippi River form New Orleans.
Some have speculated that this is the super-secret Aurora spy plane. I dunno, but it looks cool!
Joe, you've been hitting the brandy too hard. That triangular aircraft could just as well be a standard aircraft with bright lights at the ends of both wings and another one on the tail *Passing you a cigar*
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Post by Chicago Astronomer Joe on May 31, 2005 15:41:37 GMT -6
Hey, I just post 'em.
There were reports of strange sighting of aircrafts, before the stealth fighter became known, with strange triangular shapes and silent. This could be the next generation, "The Aurora" is the given name.
That or the brandy is kicking in.
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It is also amazing how easy photoshop can be used to munipulate digital pictures too. Aurora was something that Polular Mechanics came up with as a "what if" senario. Seems kinda funny that we have just gotto the cusp of "scram-jet" technology and the very thing "Aurora" was supposed to be is even more advanced than what in reality we are able to do.
If i remember it was an idea of a pulse generated engine that could go as fast as mach 11 or 12. We dont even have the capability to make any type of marerial to withstand such heat and speed, let alone with a pilot. The fastest plane yetto date is the x-43 using scram jet technology, unmanned and tiny tiny ( sitting on the head of a pegesus missile) Dang Popular Mechanics, they aren't the only Rags out there in fairytale land.
And the lighting on that craft would make it a deliberate build to match the Orion nebula within the triangle created from the center star of the belt to the two base stars.
Also, this is the oldest depiction I have on hand.
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There were reports of strange sighting of aircrafts, before the stealth fighter became known, with strange triangular shapes and silent. This could be the next generation, "[glow=red,2,300]The Aurora[/glow]" is the given name.