Air France flight pieces still missing
PARIS: France's transportation minister said on Friday that French forces have found no signs of the Airbus A330 airplane that vanished over the Atlantic and urged "extreme prudence" about suspected debris taken from the ocean.Full Story
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Since: Jun 09
#1 Jun 6, 2009
Meteorologists said the Air France jet entered an unusual storm with 160 kmph updrafts that acted as a vacuum, sucking water up from the ocean. The moist air rushed up to the plane's high altitude, where it quickly froze in minus-40 degree temperatures. The updrafts also would have created dangerous turbulence.
could it be the airplane bumped right into a "whirling cylinder of ice(particles)" ?
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