Crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17/Map
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- According to Russian military
- According to Russian civilian ATC radars (last normal point shown)
Last normal point (left) according to recorded radar screen was 51 km in direction 300 from TAMAK waypoint (right) on Russian Ukrainian border. This point is past crash site, about 10 km southeast of where MH17 was first hit.
- According to GPS data transmitted in ADS-B beeps and stored in FlightRadar24 database
FlightRadar24 points in relation to debris. Last two or there points extend past crash site.
- FlightRadar24 and FlightAware both generate estimated positions based on the flight plan and immediate history when they don't receive actual positions. As a result, the last readings may be imaginary. --Charles Wood (talk) 02:18, 9 August 2014 (UTC)
- On the real-time map, yes! This data is however different: Flightradar24 confirms its authenticity: Data in the image is not interpolated, it is 100% transponder data. -- Petri Krohn (talk) 14:03, 13 August 2014 (UTC)
Dutch preliminary report
- Main article: Crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17/Zaroshchenskoye
BUK flight paths from alleged launch sites Zaroshchenskoye and Snezhnoye
- Map of a Tragedy: How MH17 Came Apart Over Ukraine – WSJ
- MH17 Crashsite Map (6) – Jeroen Akkermans, RTL News Berlin
- Photos of pieces of wreckage of MH17 with GPS-coordinates