Scientists: Boeing MH370 is located North of the area in the ocean where it was looking for
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SYDNEY, April 21. /Offset. TASS Pavel Vanichkin/. Experts of the Australian State Association of scientific and applied research (CSIRO) came to the conclusion that disappeared in March 2014 in the Indian ocean Malaysian Boeing (MH370) is located just North of the area where for nearly three years, he conducted his search. This is stated in the report of the CSIRO, prepared for the Australian Bureau of transport security (ABBT ).
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This is the second such report of the Australian scientists who base their conclusions on the results of simulation of currents in the Indian ocean West of Australia, with a few fragments of the missing aircraft was subsequently discovered off the coast of Africa. This time, scientists have even used the chip of the present flaperon (element of the wing) similar to that found in the Eastern coast of Africa. As a result of computer simulation and real tests, they concluded that the plane most likely is in an area of about 25 thousand square kilometers, located to the North of the area where it unsuccessfully sought.
“The same conclusion was contained in our first report (published in December 2016 approx. TASS), and the main difference now is that we become more confident in the correctness of our calculations,” – said one of the authors of the report, David Griffin.
Owned airlines “Malaysian airlines” Boeing 777-200 performing flight MH370 on route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on the night of 7 to 8 March 2014. About two hours after departure communication with the airliner was lost. On Board were 227 passengers and 12 crew members. In January 2015, the Malaysian authorities acknowledged that the plane crashed and all on Board were 239 people died.
During the almost three years of searching, I examined a wide area West of Australia with a total area of 120 thousand square kilometers, but no trace of the missing airliner was found. As a result, the transport Ministers of China, Malaysia and Australia announced that the search will be suspended and will resume only “in the case of any new and credible information that can help to determine the exact location of the aircraft.”