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The website of China's State Administration of Science carries three satellite images taken on Sunday - a day after the plane went missing.
The images, which appear to show fragments in the sea, were only published on Wednesday. Co-ordinates alongside them would place the objects in the South China Sea between Malaysia and Vietnam.
If the photos are from SUNDAY, why wait until now to release them..or have they only just noticed??
Assuming you can't watch the video yourself right now, I'll just summarize by saying there is one dot that then turns into a plane that moves at incredible speed, seems to pass over another plane, then stops near the edge of the screen and eventually moves off the screen. The plane it passed over then acts weird, seeming to stop moving, and at the same time 370 begins zig-zagging (barely perceptibly). Then 370 goes from 35000 ft to 0 altitude. There was another weird moving plane, I think it was in the beginning, where it completely changed direction. The narrator doesn't even seem to notice that or the second plane though.
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I saw something odd on Flightstats, are airplane call numbers usually reassigned, even in the case of a missing or crashed plane? Just curious. Thanks.