The missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200ER sent at least two bursts of technical data back to the airline before it disappeared, according to the New Scientist magazine.
"Diary.sg" by Jane Koh
In the project Diary.sg, the artist Jane Koh attempts to explore the online sociology and psychology of Singapore’s female Generation Y Netizens. Through interviews, photographs and augmented reality technology (in collaboration with Yee Miao Ling), Jane explores both their domestic and public persona. Her multimedia photographic installation allows the audience to travel into the cyber realm. Juxtaposing their online with off line reality, she hopes to question viewers about the presentation of identity and reality of today's digital age. Koh will be giving a short artist talk, along with the other photography major students, on May 4, 6 p.m. -10 p.m. at 2902 Gallery.
- Missing Malaysian plane last seen at Strait of Malacca-source
By Niluksi Koswanage KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - The Malaysian military believes an airliner missing for almost four days with 239 people on board flew for more than an hour after vanishing from air traffic control screens, changing course and travelling west over the Strait of Malacca, a senior military source said. At the time it was roughly midway between Malaysia's east coast town of Kota Bharu and the southern tip of Vietnam, flying at 35,000 ft (10,670 metres). It made it into the Malacca Strait," the military official, who has been briefed on investigations, told Reuters. Earlier on Tuesday, Malaysia's Berita Harian newspaper quoted air force chief Rodzali Daud as saying the Malaysia Airlines plane was last detected by military radar at 2:40 a.m. on Saturday, near the island of Pulau Perak at the northern end of the Strait of Malacca.
- ‘Impossible’ that MH370 skipped all radars, expert says