The Tail Section Of AirAsia Flight QZ 8501 Has Found, But No Black Box

It seems I found news that relate with tech, but it still connects to the incident of AirAsia Flight QZ 8501 on December 28, 2014. The tail section of AirAsia has found and lifted from Java Sea January 10, 2015. However the Flight Recorder, a.k.a aircraft’s black box, has not found yet. Tatang Kunadi, Indonesian’s National Transportation Safety Committee Chairman believed the boxes were “thrown away” to few kilometers of Java Sea since the plane fell of and probably crashed to the sea. The divers continued diving to find the black box, but the sea is covered with mud so they cannot clearly find it yet.

Suyadi Bambang Supriyadi, the Indonesian’s director operations for search and recovery agency, stated to the media that searching victim’s bodies go back to the top priority since the more corpses’ condition in the water will turn bad. On January 9, 2015, two more bodies has found so the total bodies has recovered to 48. The black box that is equipped with Underwater Locator Beacon, could detect pings to any search and rescue teams and provides “the special listening equipment that can be heard at 14,000 feet (4,267 meters)”, but it only hold for 30 days while 15 days have passed from December 28, 2014. Not only it was “thrown off” to the sea, but also the original position of it were unknown for the moment. Here is the video I found =

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