New details about the mysteriously missing Boeing-777 liner of the MH370 flight Kuala Lumpur - Beijing formed the basis of the documentary film channel National Geographic "Drain the oceans." The authors of the film, having modeled a possible situation, suggested that MH370 ran out of fuel before falling into the Indian Ocean.
Despite the fact that the plane disappeared from radar screens, it continued to exchange signals with the satellite. Taking into account the fact that the signals appeared once an hour, the experts allegedly established that the ship had deviated from the original route and had flown another six hours.
According to the version of the film, after the failure of the right engine liner, the autopilot firmly leveled the plane to the left, but after a few minutes the second engine went down, forcing the autopilot to switch off. After that, the plane entered the "death spiral" and fell into the sea.
In order to recreate the last moments of Boeing, the authors used bathymetric scanning systems that allow the construction of bottom relief maps using isobaths (at points of equal depth). Were also applied photogrammetry with complex computer graphics, which allows you to create a highly accurate three-dimensional model of the crash.
Disappearance of a Boeing-777 airline flight MH370 airline Malaysia Airlines still remains a mystery that experts are trying to solve.
Recall that the aircraft, which was carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew members, disappeared from radar screens in early March 2014. The search operation, which was carried out in the area of a possible plane crash, was not able to establish the place where the airliner fell.
National Geographic recreates the last minutes of the flight of the disappeared MH370
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