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navy device hunts crash jet black boxes

by:Powerful Toys     2019-12-14
A tall Dutch ship
S. Navy surveillance equipment tech today searched the Atlantic for data and voice recorders, and investigators said it was key to determining the crash of a French airliner with 228 people on board.
Navy equipment known as the drag Pinger locator will try to detect emergency audio beacons or ping signals from the black boxes of Flight 447, which may be located thousands of feet under the sea.
Without a tape recorder, it may not be possible to know what caused the Airbus A330 carrying five Britons to crash hundreds of miles north of Brazil --
On May 31, on the way from Rio to Paris, the East Coast. googletag. {});
The locator device is able to search to a depth of 20,000 feet.
The first of the two units was dragged in by a Dutch ship contracted by France yesterday.
S. Air Force commander Colonel Willie Burgess, who supports the search operation, said that once the searcher is convinced that the positioning device will not interfere with the French nuclear submarine that is already looking for the black box, the positioning device will start working.
Another Dutch vessel carrying a second listening device will arrive today.
The vessel will pull the locator in grid mode while 10-
The personal team watched the signal on the computer screen.
The search area includes some of the deepest waters of the Atlantic Ocean. In two weeks, the signals in these areas will begin to weaken. googletag. {});
In Paris, the head of Airbus\'s parent company said there could be more than one cause of the crash.
\"There is no reason for such an accident,\" said EADS chief executive Gallowa . \"
\"There are many reasons for this accident.
\"It\'s vital for everyone to know what\'s going on, and we know it\'s not easy.
I hope we can find the black box.
\"So far, investigators have been looking at the possibility of an external speed monitor (known as a leather hosting) freezing and providing false readings to aircraft computers.
Meanwhile, a member of the French accident investigation agency BEA arrived in the city of Recife, Brazil, to start checking some debris recovered from the ocean.
Brazilian Air Force Colonel Henry monhoz said investigators could start with some larger debris, such
Brazilian searchers take out the complete vertical stabilizer from the water.
He said he did not know if BEA would continue to analyze the parts in Brazil or ship them to France. googletag. {});
French Ambassador Pierre
Jean Van doen also arrived in Recife yesterday to hear a briefing on the search mission.
Van doen was quoted by the private agency Estado news service as saying that BEA will also be responsible for checking the personal belongings of passengers.
So far, there is no evidence of an explosion or terrorist act, just a clue to the failure of the aircraft system.
Experts say the evidence found so far suggests at leastair break-up.
Munhoz said the warships and planes resumed operations on Sunday after bad weather prevented these efforts.
The coroner said that the victim\'s dental records and DNA samples from relatives were necessary to confirm the identity of the 16 bodies that had been examined.
After the recount, the Brazilian authorities yesterday lowered the number of bodies they recovered from 44 to 43.
French ships have pulled six more from the Atlantic Ocean. try {_402_S }catch(e){}
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