The black boxes of the aircraft, EgyptAir Flight 804 was badly damaged when he was found by rescuers. At the moment they are repaired. The authorities hope that they will help to find out why the plane crashed into the Mediterranean sea.
The French Bureau of investigation announced that renovations of the black boxes should end today. Both were damaged by water, officials said. Egyptian researchers have written to memory chips of so-called black boxes from the technical team in France last week.
The black boxes were found in the Mediterranean sea by the crew of John Lethbridge, privately owned deep sea survey and recovery of the vehicle under contract with the government of Egypt to help in the search.
On the background of rumors, ranging from mechanical destruction and terrorism, researchers hope to extract any data bytes to find the critical data needed to identify the causes of the disaster.
The cockpit voice recorder records the sounds from the cockpit, including the flight crew conversations and alarms, and background noise may even help to understand what the investigators of the flight crew were doing at the time of the accident.
Flight data recorder gathers 25 hours of technical data from airplane sensors, recording several thousand different pieces of information, including air speed, altitude, engine performance and position of the wing.
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