Search plane disappearance Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 got extra strength. Not the usual strength, this time the U.S. space agency (NASA) announces join in the search for the missing aircraft in the air at the end of last week.
Since Monday, the launch Space.com, Friday, March 14, 2014, NASA secretly through various approaches seek to contribute Boeing 777-200 was missing.
“Our activities are mining the satellite archival data obtained previously,” said NASA spokesman, Allard Beutel said in an e-mail.
He explained that, in order to analyze the data, NASA’s space to exert assets, such as satellite-Earth Observing-1 (EO-1) and ISERV camera on the International Space Statiun to get a new image that might be the location of the loss of the aircraft.
“The image resolution of the instrument can be used to identify objects about 30 feet or greater,” he added.
Beutel added NASA will transmit the relevant data to the Disaster Data Distribution System and the Earth Resources Observation belongs to the U.S. Geological Survey. It is an information-sharing facility according the International Charter Space and Major Disasters. This Charter has been activated by China on Tuesday.
As known, the Malaysian Airlines plane that departed from Kuala Lumpur to destinations Beijing, China, on Saturday. Until the sixth day, the plane carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew keberadaaanya unknown. Continue readingby