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The experts confirmed their agreement that the analysis of the last two SATCOM transmissions, the likely housed position of the main flaps at impact, and results from the recent flight simulations indicate with high probability that the aircraft lies within 25 NM of the 7th arc that had been derived from analysis of the last satellite communications with the aircraft.
Given the high confidence in the search undertaken to date, the experts agreed that the previously defined indicative underwater area is unlikely to contain the missing aircraft between latitudes 36°S and 39.3°S along the 7th arc.
The experts also agreed that CSIRO’s debris drift modelling results present strong evidence that the aircraft is most likely to be located to the north of the current indicative underwater search area.
When considered together with updated flight path modelling, the experts concluded that an unsearched area between latitudes 33°S and 36°S along the 7th arc of approximately 25,000 km², has the highest probability of containing the wreckage of the aircraft.
Last year, Australia's Transport Minister Darren Chester said the December report would not be grounds for a new search because it did not give a "specific location" for the aircraft.
Speaking on Friday, he reiterated that position but said the report had been sent to Malaysia for consideration.
originally posted by: St Udio
Reunion is not Diego Garcia...where the craft, all passengers asphyxiated, landed and 'disappeared' from reality to be used one final time in a Trojan Horse Nuke delivery operation, in the not-too-distant-future
originally posted by: ColdWisdom
a reply to: Zaphod58
The plane flew through a black hole into another dimension.
I heard it on CNN, so I know it's true.