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Guest Post by Dr. Robert Westphal

Guest Post by Dr. Robert Westphal

Dr. Robert Westphal (aka @RobW) gave a presentation entitled “Geocaching in the Ionosphere” at the international amateur radio scientific workshop HamSCI 2021 held on 19th – 20th March 2021 and hosted by the University of Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA....
Guest Paper by Mike Eichhorn

Guest Paper by Mike Eichhorn

Mike Eichhorn publishes his latest paper on the MH370 floating debris analysis. This paper presents the results of a Two-Way Particle-Tracking Model (PTM) to detect possible crash sites of MH370. Mike emphasises the defined leeway coefficient has a strong influence on...
MH370 New Credible Evidence (Updated)

MH370 New Credible Evidence (Updated)

Geoffrey Thomas of www.airlineratings.com has written a guest article on new credible evidence defining where to search for MH370. Although this area has been partly searched before, the underwater terrain is very challenging. At the 7th Anniversary of the...
Guest Paper by Bill Tracy

Guest Paper by Bill Tracy

Bill Tracy has written a paper entitled “New Interpretations of the Pilot’s Home Flight Sim”. In recent months, the ATSB has given analysts some guidance on the undisclosed portion of the MH370 pilot’s flight simulator cases. The new information leads Bill...
MH370 Debris Drift Analysis (Updated)

MH370 Debris Drift Analysis (Updated)

(Updated 12th January 2021) Floating debris from the crashed flight MH370 has been found and reported to the authorities in 22 locations throughout the Southern Indian Ocean (SIO). A total of 33 items drifted to these locations from the crash site, over a 3 year...
Evidence of Absence?

Evidence of Absence?

The MH370 Flight Path analysis is dependent on the Inmarsat satellite data. The positive data has been used time and again to “prove” various flight paths, but what about the negative data. The Inmarsat Satellite System uses 4 satellites covering the globe, Atlantic...
Solving the Mystery of MH370

Solving the Mystery of MH370

The mystery of MH370 has not yet been solved. The main crash location has not yet been found. The flight and cockpit voice recorders have not yet been recovered. Meanwhile there are numerous speculations and conspiracy theories. There are many different opinions, but...
MH370 Hydroacoustic Data

MH370 Hydroacoustic Data

The Australian Government operates a Hydrophone Station HA01 at Cape Leeuwin as part of the Comprehensive (nuclear) Test Ban Treaty Organisation (CTBTO) verification program, which continuously monitors sound propagated through the Indian Ocean. Staff at the US Los...
Astronomy and Space

Astronomy and Space

For our French readers, here is an article published in Astronomy and Space (Ciel & espace) about the search for MH370. Grâce aux satellites on sait où chercher le Boeing MH370 de Malaysia Airlines disparu en 2014. Une nouvelle exploitation de données satellites a...
MH370 Flight Path Analysis

MH370 Flight Path Analysis

MH370 was a scheduled commercial airline flight from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Beijing, China on 8th March 2014 with 239 passengers and crew. The aircraft for the flight was a Boeing 777-200 Extended Range aircraft, with the registration 9M-MRO. On 8th March 2014 at...
Video

Video

Richard gave a 15 minute video presentation on the MH370 Flight Path Analysis at the request of the MH370 next of kin for their MH370 6th Remembrance Event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 7th March 2020. The video was also seen by the then Malaysian Minister of...