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QZ8501 changes Leftmost Longitude: +128 To remove high frequency noise unusual vibration before crashing java sea

January 9, 2015

QZ8501 changes Leftmost Longitude: +128 To remove high frequency noise unusual vibration before crashing java sea

the idea girl says

I googled the +128 vertical on QZ8501 flightradar24’s notes to see what it might mean?

this is what I found out.

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Leftmost Longitude: +128

Format Acronym: ARO88
Data Center File Number: 0480-170
Parameters Surveyed Code: FXD
File Creation Date (yyyymmdd): 19890906

Aircraft Altitude: 25,000 FT AG
Aircraft Velocity: 240 Knots
Sampling Rate: 2
Sensor Tow Distance: STINGER
Total Observations: 15841
Magnetic Sensitivity: 0.1 nT
Topmost Latitude of Survey: +46
Bottommost Latitude: +33
Leftmost Longitude: +128
Rightmost Longitude: +159
Archive NGDC Tape Letter: W
Additional Documentation: To remove high frequency noise, a low pass filter has been applied to all the, flight line data above 15,000 feet. Data at the beginning and end of a flight, are noisy because the aircraft is maneuvering during it’s climb or descent to, or from survey altitude which is approximately 25,000 feet. Data below 15,000, feet or climb and descent data are not smoothed.
Number of Data Records: 15842
Datafile Header Info: PJCT=C32-553 FLGT= 3115 ,MTH= 5,DAY= 31, YR=1985,JDY= 151 -TO- 151,RCD= 15844,NAV=ESG ,CMP=INS2

http://maps.continentalshelf.org/projmagnet/NAV3115.htm

I google the DATE of this +128

1989 09 06 and up comes this plane crash

Varig_Boeing_737-241_Volpati-1 crashes 3 sept 1989 sao jose do xingu brazil Registration PPVMK Varig Maraba airport cn 21006 398

Varig_Boeing_737-241_Volpati-1 crashes 3 sept 1989 sao jose do xingu brazil Registration PPVMK Varig Maraba airport cn 21006 398

Varig_Boeing_737-241_Volpati-1 crashes 3 sept 1989 sao jose do xingu brazil Registration PPVMK Varig Maraba airport cn 21006 398

the idea girl says

notice it’s a boeing 737, just like the lion air model?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Varig_Flight_254

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Date 3 September 1989
Summary Major navigational error resulting in fuel exhaustion
Site near São José do Xingu, Brazil
10°26′40.55″S 52°39′26.90″W

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