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    There is now a Wikipedia page up about flight 370: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malaysi...nes_Flight_370

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    Singapore sent warships to help search for missing MH370.

    The RSN added that its SSRV MV Swift Rescue submarine, which has been preparing for the operation through the night, will join in later on Sunday.


    http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking...raft-search-mi

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    FR24 on the local news:

    http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Natio...ter-departure/

    Still no news about the missing plane being spotted.

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    For me this looks like a big mess.

    * No one noticed that the aircraft was missing during first 6 hours.
    * Malaysia Airlines notified after 6 hours that their aircraft went missing after 2 hours, which during the first 5 hours focused the search in the jungle between Vietnam and China (estimated location after 2 hours of flying time).
    * 2 or 3 airports in China reported that the aircraft has landed at their airport.
    * After 11 hours Vietnam claimed that their radar data showed that the aircraft went down outside of the Vietnam island Tho Chu.
    * After 36 hours Malaysia claims that their radar data shows that the aircraft turned around and went down outside the Malaysian cost.

    I think it's amazing how bad information is provided by the different authorities. Do they even own a radar or are they just guessing?
    FR24 received the last signal about half way between Malaysia and Vietnam and I'm quite sure that the aircraft can be found within 30km from that point.
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    Mike, are you able to provide more precise data of the last minute before the loss of signal? The replayed data is too rough. There is just one reading of 0ft altitude after 35000 ft. And only one reading of heading 40 after heading 25.
    As far as I know the signal is received once a second. How many seconds were you getting 0ft reading after 35000 ft and were there any other headings between 25 and 40 (and probably after 40 (because the heading of the airtrack the plane should have been turning to is 53 degrees)).
    Such information in format
    HH:MM:SS - ALTITUDE - SPEED - HEADING - LATITUDE- LONGITUDE
    would be useful.
    Is it recorded in your database?
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    Good morning. I remind of Flight 182 corporation Air India, that were destroyed explosion of the day 23.6.1975 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_India_Flight_182). Meanwhile same as through the carbon paper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    For me this looks like a big mess.

    * No one noticed that the aircraft was missing during first 6 hours.
    * Malaysia Airlines notified after 6 hours that their aircraft went missing after 2 hours, which during the first 5 search hours focused the search in the jungle between Vietnam and China (estimated location after 2 hours of flying time).
    * 2 or 3 airports in China reported that the aircraft has landed at their airport.
    * After 11 hours Vietnam claimed that their radar data showed that the aircraft went down outside of the Vietnam island Tho Chu.
    * After 36 hours Malaysia claims that their radar data shows that the aircraft tuned around and went down outside the Malaysian cost.

    I think it's amazing how bad information is provided by the different authorities. Do they even own a radar or are they just guessing?
    FR24 received the last signal about half way between Malaysia and Vietnam and I'm quite sure that the aircraft can be found within 30km from that point.
    Not uncommon as at this part of the world, there is very little contingency planning, if there is one. Singapore is the exception probably. And as this was at the border between Lumpur Control and Ho Chi Minh Control, there sure is a lot of conflicting information from both sides to say the least. Only once the plane is located will we know more. But then again, there might be more questions than answers to be discovered.

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    Debris spotted but unsure if it belongs to MH370 -- Chinese aviation official


    http://english.astroawani.com/news/s...official-31535

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    Debris spotted but unsure if it belongs to MH370 -- Chinese aviation official

    http://english.astroawani.com/news/s...official-31535


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    We normally save data once per minute on cruising altitude. Now we have checked all databases and logs and have manage to reproduce some extra data that was not available first, so we have more or less 2 points per minute for the last minutes. I don't think we will be able to get more data than this.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/9n85w9rvfqxpwza/mh370.PNG

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