The concept of dawn It has various uses. The word comes from the Latin word dawn, which is linked to meanings like "aura" , "radiance" and "brightness" . You can refer to the pink-colored lighting that precedes the appearance of the Sun and, by extension and symbolism, to the origin or the beginning of something.
For example: "He left with the dawn covering his face", "We are facing the dawn of a project revolutionary", "I just fell asleep with the dawn".
It is known as polar aurora at a particular luminosity that appears in the sky during some nights in the polar regions. This phenomenon is generated from the collision of electrons and solar protons against the poles, an event that produces a light faint. The polar aurora of the northern hemisphere is called Northern Lights , while the polar aurora of the southern hemisphere is called southern aurora .
dawn , on the other hand, is the Roman goddess of dawn , sister of Sun and the Moon. Mythology states that dawn fly through the skies to announce the arrival of Sunrise . With the tears shed for the death of one of his children, dew is created.
Notably dawn It is also a proper name of womanwhose saint is the September 8th .
The composer and conductor Héctor Panizza composed an opera entitled "dawn"One of his arias, entitled “Song to the flag” , is one of the official songs of Argentina. His letter states: “High in the heaven, a warrior / bold eagle soars in triumphant flight ”.
The plane that never saw the light of day
The name Aurora also relates to a reconnaissance ship whose existence was never confirmed. Despite the lack of evidence, this supposed American project became a myth that would last more than two decades.
In March of the year 1990, the magazine Aviation Week & Space Technology made the news known: in the budget that the US government had presented for the year 1985, the amount of 455 million dollars intended for the production of a "black ship". The article talked about a "Aurora project", which referred to a group of ships exotic and not to a particular model. Apparently, by 1987, the already considerable sum of money reached 2,300 million.
Without a doubt, the main reason for the success that reached the rumor of Aurora is that it would supposedly reach a Mach 6 speed, 6 times the sound. The public's suggestion was such that reports of sightings of the ultrasonic ship in California and the United Kingdom emerged in the mid-1990s. Witnesses claimed to have seen stelae of smoke with strange shapes and having heard sonic booms, at the same time as unidentified flying objects. The lack of explanations by the government, coupled with the expectations of the people, made these phenomena quickly relate to the already popular American project.
One of the most resonated testimonies came from the mouth of Bob Lazar, who had worked for the mysterious facilities S-4, in Nevada. In his statement, he said he saw a dawn in full flight while he was traveling by bus, near Lake Groom. The noise produced by the ship, according to Bob, had been a tremendous roar that gave the feeling of being tearing the sky. Despite not having had the opportunity to observe it in detail, he was able to describe several of its physical characteristics, such as having a large size. In addition to reporting his encounter with the plane, he said he received confirmation from his supervisor that it was mythical Dawn.