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Where is the missing Malaysian Air Craft ... ???? in this modern world, why nobody has been able to trace it after five days .. .????

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Asked by Manoj M, 13 Mar 11:45 am
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Even modern technology has its own limitations. the aircraft i suppose would have a had a complete failure and shut down from all signals.
it had a nose dive in water which made the plane not to disintegrate and went in full piece. the south china sea is not shallow and it has landed in one of teh deepest part of sea bed.
modern technology / satellites can only serach depths upto 3 - 4 kilomoeters beneath. if the plane is further down god only knows when the actual facts will come out
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 13 Mar 11:49 am

 
  
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Aimights know
Answered by shanu kumar, 13 Mar 11:54 am

 
  
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Almightys knows
Answered by ijaz, 13 Mar 11:52 am

 
  
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It might be almost at the bottom of sea and it does take time to locate air france aircraft met the same fate few years back and the wreckage was found after two years
Answered by iqbal seth, 13 Mar 11:46 am

 
  
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May it has blasted upon too much height , so it turned in to ashes even before it reached ground
Answered by Indian Ocean, 13 Mar 11:46 am

 
  
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This is the Excerpts from Scientific American :
"Conventional tracking systems performed well; civilian and military radar tracked the plane until it vanished. As Patrick Smith, a pilot and creator of a blog called Ask the Pilot, points out, They knew where the aircraft was up until the point where something catastrophic happened. The plane followed the path that the same flight had taken a few days earlier, according to the private flight-tracking Web site flightradar24. So the next question is why evidence of the plane has yet to turn up. Smith says this is mostly due to the size of the oceanic search area. Hes confident that the wreckage eventually will be found.

There are a variety of methods for tracking planes in the air, says Sid McGuirk, associate professor and air traffic control specialist at EmbryRiddle Aeronautical Universitys Daytona Beach College of Aviation. At the airport until about a minute after takeoff, he says, the tower is in charge, with flight controllers vi ...more
Source: Scientific American
Answered by KARTIKAY SHARMA, 13 Mar 11:55 am

 
  
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