Based upon evidence from the show (SGA: "Aurora"), measurements made from the bridge's window in relation to the rest of the structure, and the words of the VFX artist, all Auroras are slightly above 1,000 meters in lenght. -- Mister Oragahn 01:33, 09 June 2008 (UTC)
- Screen measurements are unreliable (for example, Atlantis comes very downsized) so we can't use them in articles. If there are official figures, we use them. - Sikon 10:18, 9 June 2008 (UTC)
3000m that looks a bit long... "measurements made from the bridge's window in relation to the rest of the structure" even if measurements are not reliable due to screen if aurora is 3000m the bridge which seem to be 24 meters (Inferno) woulb be at least 50-90m in diameter. And like in BSG the VFX artist mesures are much more reliable.That's just an idea but it would be more realistic to consider the VFX mesures.Masterus1 (talk) (Contribs) 18:38, March 22, 2013 (UTC)
The picture at the top shows Aurora next to a planet. I just watched Aurora again and the ship is no where near a planet.... Could someone please fix/explain this?
Apparently it's from a DVD collection magazine. Well, I don't mind, but why? There should be decent shots of it from the episode. And this picture looks like someone was trying to make a full Aurora class with special effects but got bored. It doesn't look damaged, just incomplete. Isn't there truly a better picture of this ship? It just boggles my mind, I feel that magazine pics should be just sort of supporting in the gallery section. Well anyway, my list of unfinished schoolwork keeps me occupied right now, but if anyone has a similar quality picture from the episode, feel free to post it. Jauh0 (talk) (Contribs) 22:00, January 23, 2011 (UTC)