Apr 20 2017

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 – Looking to the Future, Aircraft Tracking with Space-Based Satellites

published by Susan Smith
in blog GISCafe Voice
original entryMalaysia Airlines Flight 370 – Looking to the Future, Aircraft Tracking with Space-Based Satellites

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One of the biggest mysteries that still remains unsolved is what happened to Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, that took off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport on March 8, 2014, just after midnight local time. The flight should have landed safely in Beijing, and yet it vanished somewhere over the Indian Ocean, with pieces of wreckage […]

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