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 imagery then aired on CNN. The location of the debris is estimated to be in the Gulf between Vietnam and Malaysia. The location is match by the last contact the aircraft with the control tower.
Quoted from the CNN page, Institute of science, technology and industry for national defense of China announced the findings of the three following major debris size, who allegedly was the missing Malaysia Airlines.
According to the announcement, the first debris estimated size 13 ft up to 18 ft, the second debris measuring 14 ft to 19 ft, and a third debris measuring 22 ft to 24 ft. For instance, the width of the wings of the Boeing 777-200ER aircraft which is a type of aircraft that lost it, reaching 61 meters, with the overall length of the plane about 60 feet.
These institutions provide the coordinates of findings of debris is 105,63 East longitude and 6.7 North latitude. It is set in the waters northeast of Malaysia and in the South of Vietnam, approached the South China Sea in the Gulf of Thailand.
Malaysia Airlines plane with a flight code MH370 was lost after a while taking off from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Saturday March 8, 2014 in the early morning. This plane should have been landing in Beijing, China, on Saturday 06:30 am.
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