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Raw Data for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 to be Released Tuesday

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After months of waiting, the raw satellite data that may provide more information about the fate of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, will be released Tuesday, a Malaysian official said Monday. Hishammuddin Hussein, Malaysia’s defense and acting transport minister, made the announcement to reporters while inspecting a new terminal at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.... (www.frequentbusinesstraveler.com) More...

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MickAlsop
Mick Alsop 3
With all the available technology, it would appear a clever pilot can beat the system
rsmath
rsmath 3
Looks like a PDF of the log is included among the various files the Malaysian Govt. has posted at this link:

http://www.mot.gov.my/my/Pages/Default.aspx
vdi74
James T 2
http://avherald.com/h?article=4710c69b/028&opt=0
PatWoolley
Pat Woolley 2
Where is Boeing?
AWAAlum
AWAAlum 2
I may be totally naive on this subject, but "where is Boeing" to me, is like asking "where is General Motors" if a Cadillac disappears. I realize the difference in scale, but - still...why should Boeing be involved?
jdries
Jim Ries 1
BUT, you are talking about an airplane that has a cost of almost a third of a billion dollars($320,000,000), plus Boeing has their people at every Boeing crash site. Just my opinion.
AWAAlum
AWAAlum 2
BUT, there is no crash site.
jdries
Jim Ries 1
I meant but forgot to say that 'when' they do find the aircraft Boeing people will be there along with the people from the engine manufacturer. IF I am wrong someone correct me.
bajajoes
Baja Joes 1
This MH370 aircraft was found the day after it was reported missing!
Viet Nam found the tail section & cabin door.
China supplied satellite photos of the plane.
Since then it has reported on other news that it was shot down!
You want the Truth? Handle this: YouTube: Lauren Moret & MH370.
This aircraft was not missing more than 24 hrs!
The real query is WHY all the BS?
jdries
Jim Ries 1
Why not wait until next year?
hogie65
Ian Hogarth 1
So Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysian Opposition Leader, found guilty yet again of sodomy charges & jailed on 7 March. What should have been major news in the run-up to contested Malaysian elections has been wiped out of the news by the loss of an airliner. Not that I'm a believer in conspiracy, however ......
Navy65
Navy65 1
Before pundits get into wasted comments & speculation, here is a fact to digest: Every country in the world that has sophisticated satellites (China, Russia, India, USA, Israel, France, UK) had as much as 7 hours to have their satellite moved into position to watch the progress of MH370. Any of these satellites can read the writing on a dime laying on the ground, so it is ridiculous to believe that someone wasn't watching the entire scenario unfold. Somebody knows, but must remain silent to 1. protect their spying capabability and 2. to await the further scenario of this missing airplane.
smoki
smoki 2
Rather dogmatic in your "factual" assertions as to capabilities of spy sat resources. Are you really that much of an authority on the subject of spy sats and how they can or cannot be redirected. Obviously not "every country" has them as you limit your list to only 7 such countries in which with exception of the super powers such capabilities are rare if they exist at all. Visual observations of a nighttime commerical transport from a spy sat? Really? How, via some sort of IR signature tracking? The limited electronic data signals were already being received and registered which is what this release is about. You give the impression of being one of those "pundits" who is "wasting comments & speculation" of which unfortunately there is no shortage with respect to this story.
larrykoch
Larry Koch 0
Ridiculous Thinking. By the time it was realized that it was truly missing and not just a communications failure it would have already been out of fuel. The most likely scenario is a total electrical failure on the flight deck with rendered the transponders, communications and NAVIGATION system inoperable. The pilots were desperately trying to find land and an airport in the dark of night with no navigation systems.
DAVIDLONG
DAVID LONG 0
IT S QUITE WEIRD THAT AT THIS POINT OF HIGH TECHNOLOGY PROGRESS, A HUGE PLANE JUST DISAPPEARS. I FEEL THAT THERE IS A DARK MATTER IN THE CASE WHICH BY SOME REASON IS BEING HIDDEN, IT WAS NOT A PIPER CUB OR GLIDER. IT IS MORE, THE AREA IS FULL OF COMMERCIAL PLANES DAY AND NIGHT WITH MANY CHECK POINTS AND NAVIGATION AIDS

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