Japan Airlines Flight 123

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Japan Airlines Flight 123

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun May 14, 2017 9:17 am

August 12, 1985, 6:56 PM, 36N00'05", 138E41'38"
Deadliest single-aircraft accident in history, and the second deadliest aviation accident ever.
Explosive decompression from a burst bulkhead at 6:24, fell off radar at 6:56 and crashed moments later.

"In-flight structural failure due to maintenance errors in 1978, which caused loss of flight controls." 520 died, 4 survived (injured).

It "suffered an explosive decompression 12 minutes into the flight and, 32 minutes later, crashed into' a mountain 60 miles from Tokyo. "The death toll was exacerbated by delays in the rescue operation."

The charts aren't great, but they're adequate. They're fine for explosives, but atypical for air travel accidents.

Year: Capsolar {+2 Very Good}
Moon-Pluto conj. (0°01')
Venus on IC (0°02')
Uranus on EP (1°48')
Mars on IC (4°31')
-- Mars-Uranus sq. (0°29')
Saturn on Asc (4°54')
-- Mars/Saturn average 12' from angles

Bridge {+2 Very Good}
t. Mars sq. CapQ Moon (0°55')
t. Uranus conj. Capsolar EP (0°28')

Quarter: Cansolar
Jupiter on IC (0°11')
Mercury on MC (5°52')
Saturn on EP (2°28')
-- Mercury-Saturn sq. (0°44')

Month: Caplunar {-1 Bad}
Sun on EP (0°36')
Jupiter sq. MC (0°46')
Pluto on IC (5°03')
-- Jupiter-Pluto sq. (1°01')
Mercury on Asc (7°52')

Week: Arilunar {+1 Good}
Uranus on IC (0°39')

Day: Capsolar Quotidian {0 Mixed} & Transits {+2 Very Good}
p. Asc op. s. Sun (0°14'), s. Jupiter (0°06'); Sun-Jupiter conj. 08'
p. MC sq. t. Venus (0°17')
t. Mars sq. p. Moon (0°55')
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t. Uranus conj. s. EP (0°28')

Day: Cansolar Quotidian {+1 Good}
p. EP conj. s. Uranus (0°01'), t. Uranus (0°31')

SUMMARY
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Re: Japan Airlines Flight 123

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Aug 12, 2018 12:35 pm

Steve, as you get time, this would be an interesting one-off event to test the PSSI (mean & apparent) against.
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Re: Japan Airlines Flight 123

Post by SteveS » Mon Aug 13, 2018 4:41 am

Jim wrote
Steve, as you get time, this would be an interesting one-off event to test the PSSI (mean & apparent) against.
Jim, this event was more precisely calculated by the AriPa:
MC 02,39 Aqu
Mo 02,44 Aqu
Sa 02,41 Scorpio
Dsc 23,46 Scorpio
Ur 23,13 Scorpio
Awesome!

AriPm:
MC 01,06 Aqu
Dsc 22,17 Scorpio

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Re: Japan Airlines Flight 123

Post by Jim Eshelman » Mon Aug 13, 2018 6:05 am

So both worked but apparent was closer.

Did the Capp show anything?
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Re: Japan Airlines Flight 123

Post by SteveS » Mon Aug 13, 2018 8:13 am

Capp showed no hits of any kind.

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