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    Posted March 14, 2014 by
    RaulPassos
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    São Paulo
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    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

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    Possible wreckage of the plane may have been identified in satellite photos

     

    During a Tomnod site navigation, the search for the missing plane, with hopes. Despite the hope, logically, it was likely that I wouldn't identify. An image of the satellite, and has drawn attention. I identified something amid the open sea, where it doesn't seem likely to be something natural.

     

    What I identified looks like something built by man, but by large distances, there was nothing else around. Also seems to have a reddish color and dark grey colours, which appears to have been burned.

     

    The part I saw reaches around 40 meters. Is also proportional to the fuselage of a plane. I would like you all to see and draw their conclusions. Follow the address where the image is on Tomnod, from Digital Globe.

     

    http://www.tomnod.com/nod/challenge/malaysiaairsar2014/map/116447

     

    Where it seems have a small white object below and left of the image may refer to the tip of the plane's rudder. When it reduces the image of a plane, proportionally, there seems to be a pretty big proportionality between the tip of the rudder and, also, the width of the plane. Where the front may have been destroyed in the crash.

     

    See more: http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1106428

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