Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Possible Ping Detected


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According to this CNN article, the Chinese patrol ship looking for the Malaysia Airlines flight 370 in the southern Indian Ocean picked up a signal consistent with that of the cockpit black box.

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Comments

  1. I find it interesting in all the animations of the recorder search, it is lying on the ocean floor pinging away, when in reality it is probably buried in tangle metal.

    also, seems like a bad design to have a $30k flight recorder running on a $90 battery.

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