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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Apple Asked for Royalties of The Sale of Samsung Gadget Product

The latest developments in patent dispute case between Apple and Samsung, on trial next March 31, upcoming, Apple reportedly to ask the cost of royalties over five patents its technology used by Samsung devices. It was revealed from a previous trial documents on January 23, cited by Phone Arena. Quantity of numbers the requested royalty Apple reaches USD 40.00 each Samsung products sold, or USD 8.00 each patent. The patents referred to a number of functions on the Samsung smartphone, associated with a unified search, data synchronization, slide-to-unlock, phone call…

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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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Elections Delayed The New Airport

The fate of a plan to build an international airport in Kulonprogo will be resumed after the implementation of the legislative election held April 9, 2014. Currently the realization of the construction airports still rested on the documents area of the safety of flight operations because PT Jogja Magasa Iron (JMI) and PT Angkasa Pura (AP) has not encountered an intersection. The Head Regent of Kulonprogo, Hasto Danar, said, construction of the airport would have continued just now all parties are still the focus of legislative elections are held next…

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Sultan Attract UK Investors

The British government promised to bring investors to the new international airport planned to be built in Kulon Progo . This is expressed by the British ambassador to Indonesia, Mark Canning after meeting with Yogyakarta Governor Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X in the Governor’s Office, Government Office Complex DIY, Kepatihan on Thursday March 6, 2014. Mark said in his meeting with the governor, he got an offer to invest. The British government at most bring investors in Yogyakarta. The issue of the development of the airport is not just talking about…

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The Refund of IDR 11 Billion by The Former Regent of Bantul

The puzzles about the refunds totaling IDR 11 billion into the coffers of Bantul Regency, finally answered. Refunds carried out by former Bantul Regent, Idham Samawi. The money transfer was done on Thursday, March 6, 2014 through the BPD Bantul Bank sent from Danamon Bank in Jakarta. It is delivered by Didik Warsito, head of Department of revenue and Asset Manager area of Bantul Regency. Didik Warsito explained, the returns evidenced by credit notes on behalf of Idham Samawi. He did not know for sure in which specified areas the…

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