mh370 video coordinates -8.834301, 93.19492 versus 8.834301, 93.19492

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Not sure if this has been posted yet. Comparing cloud formations on March 8th 2014 in the two possible coordinate locations based on the mh370 video.

These first two pictures are different times/satellite images of -8.834301, 93.19492 in the Indian Ocean on March 8th 2014:

-8.834301, 93.19492 (Indian Ocean)

-8.834301, 93.19492

And here’s the Andaman Sea, 8.834301, 93.19492. I checked a few different satellite views but they showed the same cloud formations throughout the area on March 8th 2014, so I’m only posting this picture:

8.834301, 93.19492 Andaman Sea

Based on those images, the Indian Ocean coordinates look like the more likely location. Multiple types of clouds formations like shown in the video. However, I think that’s almost 700 miles from the nearest land mass. So if that was the spot that means an aircraft carrier would’ve been within a hundred miles or so, right? I don’t think drones can fly for 700 miles out, let alone return. Any chance someone knows how to find carrier locations, in March 2014?

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