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The mystery of the missing plane is close to being solved: the Malaysian Boeing MH370 left an audible “signal”

Date: July 13, 2024 Time: 20:26:13

The Malaysian plane disappeared from radar on March 8, 2014 over the waters of the Indian Ocean.

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British investigators have found a solution to the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Boeing MH370, which was flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. They discovered that underwater microphones picked up strong vibrations at the alleged moment of the plane crash, writes The Daily Mail. The Malaysian plane disappeared from radar on March 8, 2014 over the waters of the Indian Ocean, having previously deviated from its course for unknown reasons. .

Large-scale search operations carried out by the authorities of several countries at once in an area of ​​​​74.5 thousand square kilometers off the coast of Australia were unsuccessful. The site of the Malaysia Airlines plane crash remained a mystery for more than ten years. Several fragments of the plane have since been found off the coast of Madagascar and the southwestern tip of Africa. All kinds of theories have been proposed about the reason for the crew’s change of course… At the beginning of the year, Malaysian authorities supported the initiative to resume the search by volunteer investigators.

Cardiff scientists suggested that a plane weighing 200 tons, falling into water at a speed of 200 m/s, should release the same amount of kinetic energy as a small earthquake. This means that these vibrations were recorded by underwater microphones installed at Cape Leeuwin, in Western Australia, and in the British territory of Diego García. According to Dr. Osama Qadri, who reviewed the recordings from that day, Corporal Leeuwin’s hydrophone picked up a 6-second vibration at the alleged time of the accident.

Previously, hydrophone data helped establish, a year after the disappearance, where the Argentine submarine ARA San Juan, which crashed in the South Atlantic, is located. The researchers used grenades to simulate an explosion in a submarine and compared this signal with that received by hydrophones. As a result, the submarine was found 460 km off the Argentine coast at a depth of 900 meters.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.
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