Debri of the FlyDubai plane
By Dee McLachlan
Sadly, a few hours ago, 62 people on board a plane flying from Dubai were killed when the plane was trying to land in the city of Rostov-on-Don — about 600 miles south of Moscow. The Boeing 737-800, operated by budget carrier FlyDubai, was making its second attempt to land in high wind and poor visibility when it missed the runway. It erupted in a huge fireball as it crashed and debris was scattered over a wide area.
Let us look back at other aerial disasters.
The Challenger exploding in flight on January 28, 1986
It’s been 30 years since the space shuttle Challenger exploded. And August last year was the first time a collection of artifacts and debris was exhibited for the public at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
The shuttle broke apart 73 seconds into its flight over the Atlantic Ocean, killing the seven crew members. It was flying at about 17,000 mph (Mach 25) when it exploded. The debris was collected from the ocean, and was kept under NASA’S lock and key for nearly 30 years.
On display is a 12-foot section of the Challenger’s fuselage, with the American flag.
The window section of the Challenger’s cockpit.
This is what remained of MH17 when it crashed over the Ukraine.
This is the site (below) where “United Airlines Flight 93” crashed on September 11, 2001, at Shanksville. Please take note of the huge debris field and plane parts.
The small crater in Shanksville
And take note (below) of the many plane parts from “American Airlines Flight 77” that flew into the Pentagon on September 11, 2001.
The mainstream media dares not to compare these events.