SR91 aurora / contemporary Blackbird replacement / some military magazines claim radar operators have tracked them doing mach 9 with their next generation 'pulse engine ' technology ( leaves strange patterns in sky due to their unique propulsion system = a line , then a gap , then a line etc ( looks like road markings in the sky when they are seen apparently ) aircraft ( most advanced plane type on Earth by far ) ✔️

Aurora Fighter Jet Biography A series of unusual sonic booms was detected in Southern California, beginning in mid- to and reco.

Aurora aircraft hypersonic speed even faster, Mysterious Aurora aircraft

Aurora aircraft hypersonic speed even faster, Mysterious Aurora aircraft

SR-91 Aurora..Wow..This aircraft should have a Skunk on the tail..Meet the SR-71's big brother.

Fictional military aircraft - The Talon is a near-future, single-seat…

Black triangles are a class of Unidentified Flying Object, with certain common features which have reportedly been observed during the 20th and 21st centuries. Media reports of black triangles originally came from the United States and United Kingdom. The objects may or may not be related to the rumored USAF Aurora aircraft developmental program. Reports generally describe this class of UFOs as large, silent, black triangular objects hovering or slowly cruising at low altitudes over cities

Black triangles are a class of Unidentified Flying Object, with certain common features which have reportedly been observed during the 20th and 21st centuries. Media reports of black triangles originally came from the United States and United Kingdom. The objects may or may not be related to the rumored USAF Aurora aircraft developmental program. Reports generally describe this class of UFOs as large, silent, black triangular objects hovering or slowly cruising at low altitudes over cities

So secret, its existence is not even acknowledged: Futuristic 'Aurora' spy plane that travels at SIX TIMES the speed of sound is blamed for mysterious booms heard at the weekend | In November 2013, Lockheed Martin announced it was developing for its SR-72 spy plane (pictured) said to be able to accelerate up to Mach 6 [Futuristic Airplanes: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/aircraft/]

Did yesterday's mysterious booms hint at military's HYPERSONIC future?

In November Lockheed Martin announced it was developing for its spy plane (pictured) said to be able to accelerate up to Mach 6

Aurora also known as SR-91 Aurora is the popular name for a hypothesized American reconnaissance air...

Aurora is the popular name for a hypothesized American reconnaissance aircraft, believed by some to be capable of hypersonic flight at speeds of Mach

Aurora also known as SR-91 Aurora is the popular name for a hypothesized American reconnaissance air...

Aurora also known as Aurora is the popular name for a hypothesized American reconnaissance air.

Hypersonic Aurora / top secret technology so still highly classified / the strange pulsing effect the new technology engines generate will revolutionise aircraft designs for latest generation air defence ✅

Hypersonic Aurora / top secret technology so still highly classified / the strange pulsing effect the new technology engines generate will revolutionise aircraft designs for latest generation air defence ✅

The SR-91 Aurora aircraft - YouTube

Aurora also known as Aurora is the popular name for a hypothesized American reconnaissance aircraft, believed by some to be capable of hypersonic fligh.

The SR 91 Aurora Aircraft - Does it Exist? #1

This aircraft should have a Skunk on the tail.Meet the big brother.Supposedly the Aurora prototypes all crashed, never made it past that stage. And this doesn't match the supposed "sightings" of them.

SR-91 Aurora aircraft

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Royal Canadian Air Force technician guides a CP – 140 Aurora aircraft

5 February 2015 - A Royal Canadian Air Force technician guides a Aurora to its parking area during Operation IMPACT in Kuwait on February (Photo: Canadian Forces Combat Camera, DND)

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