Saturday, March 15, 2014

Saturday, March 15, 2014
BUT INFO STILL COMING FROM ANONYMOUS SOURCES.


Bloombergs wire service is today reporting that Malaysian Flight 370 sent its last signal from the Indian Ocean off Australia.

The pulses provide no data about the plane’s speed, location or altitude.

Still, they allow calculations of an arc along the earth’s surface where the plane was each time it communicated with the satellite they quoted an unnamed person as saying.  

The person declined to describe the accuracy of the estimates but was a person familiar with the analysis.

And they quoted a spokesman Jonathan Sinnatt a spokesman for  Immarsat in London as saying routine automated signals had been picked up from MH370.

Meanwhile the Indian Navy is searching a 9,000 square mile box off the Channai coast.


The planes transponders were, said a Malaysian Transport spokesman deliberately switched off by someone on the flight deck.




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