X-33A Rocketplanetproject and ISS
See: www.space.com/businesstechnology

antigravity-ZPE, X33A's guiding ISS?

Aurora SR 33 Antigravity: www.geocities.com/Area51/Atlantis/1545/aurorahtml.html

Mach 3 blips were detected on radar over Machrihanish base in Scotland, famous for secret testing of the F-117 stealth aircraft. Chris Gibson, a man who worked for the British Royal Corps, was trained to recognize enemy aircraft. One day he saw a triangular shaped, unidentifiable object from his Galveston Key oilrig. It was traveling with two F-111s and refueling from a KC-135 tanker over the North Sea's Indefatigable Field refueling airspace.

The alleged Aurora is the replacement for the SR-71 Blackbird. It is referred to as the SR-X (meaning Strategic Reconnaissance Experimental). The Aurora's exhaust trail was photographed over Amarillo, Texas and seen in Machrihanih. Its exhaust trail can best be described as "cotton balls on a rope." It is said that the SR-71 Blackbird also leaves a similar cotton ball trail.

It is true that, under certain conditions, any plane can exhaust cotton balls on a rope contrail. What makes some of these sightings interesting are the sonic booms associated with the sightings. Pulsing roars accompanied by this certain contrail rattle windows and houses. These contrails have been seen in Portland, Oregon, Denver, Colorado, and Amarillo, Texas. This does not necessarily mean that it is the Aurora, but it does put strong evidence in its favor.

An unusual sound called the "Aurora Roar," associated with the craft's low travel speed, has been heard around Rachel, Nevada. The sound came from the direction of Groom Lake, or Area 51, where the plane was most likely built and test flown. The extremely loud noise can be characterized as "a sound like the sky ripping."

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