How The Experts Know The Location Of The End Of The Flight MH370?

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak on Monday March 24, 2014, announced that the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, flight ended in the Southern Indian Ocean west of Perth, Australia. He reveals, these conclusions are based on the results of the latest analysis of Inmarsat satellite data presented by the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) Britain. Based on the analysis of the Inmarsat, MH370 missing since Saturday March 08, 2014. Last fly in the territorial waters of the distance from the place of landing anywhere. Referring to the report, little possibility of…

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Conspiracy Behind The Missing MH370

There are 20 Passengers of the MH370 are the U.S. Military Engineers. Freescale, the American company engaged in the production and designing heavy equipment including microchips for the defense industry, said 20 employees were passengers on Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 listed as missing since Saturday morning, March 8, 2014. The 20 employees are Freescale senior staff with details of 12 Malaysian and eight other Chinese. “They all have a lot of experience and technical background. They are a very important person,” said Freescale spokesman, Mitch Haws. They fly with MH370…

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Malaysia Airlines: All MH370 Passengers Dies

The management of Malaysia Airlines, on Monday, March 24, 2014, reportedly has told families of passengers that 239 people on the Boeing 777-200 flight MH370 is believed have been died. A statement delivered after the last discovery was based on the results, and various data during two weeks of search, it is believed the plane crashed in the southern Indian Ocean. “With Malaysia Airlines Management regrets stated we must assume that the MH370 was lost and no one on board survived,” Malaysia Airlines a short message to the family, the…

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Najib Razak: MH370 Ended in The Indian Ocean

Malaysia’s Prime Minister Najib Razak on Monday March 24, 2014, told families of passengers on Malaysia Airlines MH370, flight ended in the southern region of the Indian Ocean. According to Razak, the newest satellite data analysis shows the missing aircraft that crashed in the southern Indian Ocean. If the Malaysian PM’s statement is confirmed by the findings in the field, then this news is a most concrete news for two weeks of grueling search MH370. So far, reconnaissance aircraft belonging to China and Australia found a number of pieces that…

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MH 370 Still Send Satellite Signals Revealed After 6 hours

After being repeatedly denied a rumor circulating about Malaysia Airlines MH370 lost last week, Malaysia officials now admit that the plane fly to the Indian Ocean after missing from radar. A senior Malaysian military office unprepared collected its name reveals, it is now believed Malaysia Airlines MH370 deliberately turned into the Indian Ocean. It is done by someone qualified enough in the world of aviation as well as understand the position of the radar. The Malaysia Aviation Authority ensure that the Malaysia Airlines MH 370 still pings satellite contacts until…

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Satellite Photos Capture Objects Similar To A Plane in the Gulf of Thailand

Millions of people to help keep track of the whereabouts of the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370, by using the internet. One of them, a manager of IT from Chicago, United States who thought himself managed to capture high-resolution satellite photos that show objects similar to the plane in the Gulf of Thailand. The public can make its own tracking through the site Tomnod has been uploading photos satellite images in an area of 1,600 square kilometers on the day the plane lost contact, Saturday March 8, 2014. Mike Seberger claimed…

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2 Vietnam Aircraft Already Touring The MAS Debris, But Fail

Two Vietnamese plane had circled area shown on the satellite imagery of China where debris is suspected MAS. But the result was not encouraging. Reported by Reuters on Thursday March 13, 2014, there are two Antonov 26 cargo plane departing point to the location of the satellite imagery the debris. Its points are at 105.63 degrees east longitude and 6.7 degrees North latitude. The size of objects that are visible on the satellite is 13 x 18 meters, 19 meters and 14 x 24 x 22 meters. Reuters journalists participated…

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China Satellite Imagery Suspected Of The Missing Malaysia Airlines

Xinhua News Agency, on Wednesday March 12, 2014, reported the Chinese Government website showing images of suspected debris of the missing Malaysia Airlines. The report showed pictures of the satellite images on Sunday March 9, 2014. There are three objects floating object looks with different sizes. The coordinates of a location in the report shows the sea between the South end of Vietnam and the eastern of Malaysia. The largest piece, also mentioned the alleged plane debris objects have the biggest size of between 22 ft to 24 ft. Satellite…

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China Use 10 Satellites For Search Malaysia Airlines

Beijing’s rally to 10 satellites to track the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 since four days ago, Chinese state to media report Tuesday March 11, 2014. A number of high resolution satellite, controlled from Xian Satellite Control Center in northern China, to be used for navigation, weather, communications, monitoring and other aspects of the search and rescue effort, report People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Daily. Nearly two-thirds of the 250 people in the flight MH370 it comes from China, and if the aircraft was completely gone, it will be the second…

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The Missing of Malaysia Airlines: Compromise rules and Automation Addict

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has just release a statement that the year of 2012 was The safest year in the history of aviation. It is expressed in reference to the lowest level of accidents that happen in 2012. The mere comparison, in 2012 just happens to one accident of 5 million departures. In 2011, there is one accident for every 1.5 million departures. It means increased almost two-fold. Increase the level of security enjoyed by society flying international flights along with the rapid advancement of technology aviation. However,…

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