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I noticed in the photographic layout of the international space station which you made, a one word error, photovoltaic. The radiators would be thermal radiators or even infrared radiators. The solar panels are correctly described though. Penyulap talk 05:30, 7 October 2011 (UTC)
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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 map
Hello. You added a map/diagram to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370#Search and said in the edit summary "add satellite diagram to help understand why search shifted to south indian ocean. i just didn't get it until i found that image." Can you please explain why you needed that map to understand the article?
The reason I am asking is because that map is not completely accurate and contains a lot of information that is included in the other maps. I would like to know what can be added/fixed to make the content understandable, so that I can remove the map you added (it can be replaced with a new map).
My guess is that you needed to see the ping corridors? I can make a map with just the ping corridors, but it will take a while before I can make the map and add it to the article. A map with the ping corridors will be useful for related articles and I have planned to make one for several months. AHeneen (talk) 03:41, 22 March 2015 (UTC)
- Yeah, it was really about the ping corridors. While the text body somehow explains the existence of those, i didn't "get it" until I saw that image. --TheAnarcat (talk) 13:53, 28 March 2015 (UTC)
Reference errors on 21 August
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