Disappearance of the Boeing 777



 The French discovery allows to considerably reduce the area of ​​research. The latter could be revived if Australia agrees to finance them./ Photo AFP

                                The French discovery would make it doable to significantly minimize the analysis region. The latter could be revived if Australia agrees to finance them. Photograph AFP





Two Australian companies have just unveiled that pics taken by French military services satellites two months following the 2014 crash had detected 70 floating objects. It could be debris from the Boeing of Malaysian Airlines.

What continues to be one particular of the biggest mysteries of present day civil aeronautics has just experienced a rebound. In fact, two new Australian scientific reviews produced this week expose that photos taken by French military services satellites could show the region of ​​the crash of the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777. Disappeared on eight March 2014, with 239 travellers on board, the plane had to go to Kuala Lumpur in Beijing but had disappeared from the radar screens in the South Indian Ocean.

Two months following this disappearance, two French military services satellites managed to acquire 4 pics on which surface “70 objects” floating. Even if they could not be formally identified as debris of the Boeing, at the very least twelve of these objects would have come out of human manufacture. They would have been situated in the “North” region of ​​the wide analysis room that the Australian Navy has been raking for two several years. The Australian National Company for Scientific Investigation (CSIRO) computerized the displacement of these objects to reconstruct their journey during the to start with fifteen days of their drift. In accordance to these projections, the wreckage of the plane would be in the “northern zone”. Nevertheless, the Australian Bureau of Basic safety and Transport (ATSB) does not intend to attract hasty conclusions. These specialists are in fact not able to formally website link these objects captured by the French satellites to the debris of the flight MH370. The very low resolution of the images does not permit a responsible and certain identification.

Much more precise region

“Of course we have to be very careful,” warned ATSB leader Greg Hood. Nevertheless, if it is in fact debris from the plane, these French images could at last make it doable to delimit a far more precise research region. Previously, the latest maritime analysis had lowered the region to be razed to an region of ​​about twenty five,000 square kilometers, which continues to be enormous. The Australian authorities stay pretty cautious about the relaunch of any new analysis that has associated dozens of ships and even submarines entailing sizeable fees for Canberra.

Australia has stopped the research

Huge underwater queries supported mainly by Australia which spent tens of millions of dollars were being interrupted in January 2017. The unsuccessful functions lasted two several years on an region of ​​120,000 square kilometers in southern Spain, Indian Ocean, off the west coast of Australia.

Very little evidence of this mysterious disappearance could have been gathered by the investigators. Nevertheless, in July 2015, a piece of the airplane had been identified on the coasts of La Réunion. They had been the matter of in depth investigations, in particular in the laboratory of the Directorate-Typical of Defense of the Ministry of Defense (DGA TA) in Balma around Toulouse (photograph) . “It is now doable to say with certainty that the flaperon learned in Reunion July 29, 2015 corresponds to that of the flight MH 370”, said the Paris prosecutor in the summertime of 2015. But the review of this Flaperon which had been made by a subcontractor of Boeing in Spain did not make it doable to realize the circumstance of the crash of the flight MH370


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