posted on Jul, 10 2017 @ 08:53 PM
a reply to: iWontGiveUP
It's on its back.
Accident discussions are kept as sterile as possible. The aircraft will be referred to as the Mishap Aircraft (MA), and the crew the Mishap Crew (MC)
with each crew member referred to by their position with mishap included.
We know they broke apart in flight. That's the only way to get a debris field that size. Based on the truncated horizontal stabilizer on the left side
of the debris field, it appears that the right horizontal stabilizer broke off before the crash (you have to flip the stabilizers since it's on its
back). That would have caused the aircraft to go out of control.
Based on the fact that it's recognizeable as an aircraft, it fell more or less straight down. That tells me that they flipped on their back, and went
into an inverted flat spin. With only one working elevator, they didn't have the control authority to recover.
That's my theory based on the wreckage.