American ship Seabed Constructor, which is engaged in the search for missing Malaysian Boeing-777 disappeared from the radar for three days. It does not transmit data about your location more than 80 hours, reports Fox News.
The ship, owned by a private company, Infinity Ocean, began a search in the Indian ocean in January. 1 Feb Seabed Constructor unexpectedly switched off in the automatic information system (AIS) and appeared again only in three days. Now the ship is heading in the Australian Perth.
“I think the transmitter was disabled. The question is, was it a mistake or the crew did so intentionally,” said a specialist in location-based systems Richard Cole.
Internet users who watched online Constructor Seabed, suggested that the ship decided to hide your course, to try to track down the wreckage of a Peruvian cargo ship, which disappeared in the same place one hundred years ago on the way to Sydney — it can be stored treasures.
In January of last year, Malaysia, Australia and China officially announced the suspension of the search for the missing airliner. During the operation were examined at 120 square kilometers, but since the disappearance was able to find only a few fragments. So, in 2016, in Mauritius, found a fragment of a trailing edge of a wing, in 2015, the wreckage is seen at the Pemba Islands, Rodrigues and reunion, as well as off the coast of South Africa.
Boeing-777 of Malaysia Airlines, carrying out flight MH370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, disappeared from radar screens in the night of 8 March 2014. On Board were 12 crew members and 227 passengers. In January 2015 they were officially confirmed dead.
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