'Aurora' is the alleged top-secret hypersonic aircraft project undertaken by the United States in the 1980s and 1990s. This site was established for informational purposes only. It is not responsible for claims made at the linked sites, and no specific claims or beliefs are inferred.
The New Area 51
An article by Jim Wilson for the June 1997 Popular Mechanics magazine. Here, Wilson asserts that the Area 51 facility was shut down and its operations moved to a new location in Utah. This article was widely derided by military aircraft fans for journalistic and speculative errors. Nevertheless, the online article has several attractive images, and it's pleasant entertainment.
Area 51 Closed?
In a very pointed rebuttal, Steve Douglass refutes the claim made in Popular Mechanics that operations at Area 51 were moved to another location in Utah. Douglass makes a direct response to Jim Wilson's Popular Mechanics article from June 1997. Found on TOTSE site.
New Swing Wing Stealth Attack Plane?
An article for Popular Science magazine by Stuart F. Brown and Steve Douglass, January 1995. This article makes an interesting argument that an alleged AX-17 stealth attack aircraft could have been mistaken for the Aurora.
Steve Douglass investigates the authenticity of an alleged Aurora photograph. A very good piece of detective work.
NASA's Right Stuff Cuts the Costs of Orbiting
By Ben Sandilands for Australia's Business Review Weekly magazine, November 23, 1998. Contains a paragraph on "Dark Aurora." Going by the description, Dark Aurora is simply another name for the same story.
An attempt to answer a personal question about an "X-Files" episode with a reference to "The Aurora Project." This proves that some "X-Filers" are completely engrossed in their show.
Argyll, Scotland - The UK's Area 51?
Two very informative articles about a NATO air base in Scotland and its alleged role in hosting the Aurora. The second article is "Machrihanish: The Truth at Last?" Found on Sightings.com.
What is Aurora?
An article by Matthew Williams for Truthseekers.com. Also includes a Bill Sweetman article titled "Mystery Contact May Be Aurora."