9M-MRO at Perth Airport in 2012. Credit: Alan Pepper

The greatest mystery in aviation is much closer to being solved after the latest trials of breakthrough tracking technology by aerospace engineer Richard Godrey.

Mr. Godfrey has pioneered a suite of software tracking and analysis technologies and has just completed yet another trial of WSPRnet and will now turn to track MH370 to its final resting place.

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All the debris drift analysis and Inmarsat satellite tracking work completed by various Australian and global teams have the resting place of MH370 about 1,900km west-south-west of Perth, Western Australia, but it is hoped WSPRnet will provide a more precise location.

In fact, the latest drift analysis was completed by Mr. Godfrey earlier this year and points to an area  1,960 km – due west of Cape Leeuwin, Western Australia is in a location that has been partially searched…

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