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The data used for my job can be find here (in French) :  (#carte).
that is to say: (N=North d=distance a=angle p=pixel)
Na=Natal (Rio Grande do Norte) : 05°47'42"S 35°12'32"W. T=TASIL (with Google) : 04°0'18N 29°59'24W 02:10= Dernier rapport de position= Last Position Report : 02°58'48"N 30°35'24"W 02:14=Last ACARS message (according to the Brazilian Military, cf ) : 3°34′40″N 30°22′28″W 'D=Destroços=Premiers corps et débris=First bodies and debries
a(N,(Na,T))=28°East d(Na,T) =1228km=395p a(N,(02:10,T))=30,29° d(02:10,T)=134,6km=43,3p a(N,(02:10,02:14))=19,82° d(02:10,02:14)=71,9km=23,1p
(with the map Rota AirFrance 447 fr.svg and Google Earth)
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Fukushima Radiation Plot
Hi Blogbreather: You're right, the lines denote midnight local time on the dates indicated. The MP locations are 8 Monitoring Points located around the edge of the Fukushima power plant site. I believe they're numbered in increasing order from north to south. -- Xerxes314 (talk) 14:25, 22 March 2011 (UTC)