A satellite captured a flash of infrared activity over the Sinai peninsula at the time the Russian plane crashed.

The heat flash is consistent with an explosion of some kind aboard the plane and rules out the hypothesis that the plane was struck by a missile or any sort of meteors or fireballs.

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Why did this plane crashed in the desert of Sinai? Photo: The Guardian

It’s still not clear what may have caused the explosion, but the satellite imagery rules out the possibility that the plane was struck by a missile.

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Egyptian servicemen approaching a piece of wreckage of Russian MetroJet Airbus A321 at the site of the crash in Sinai. Photograph: Maxim Grigoriev/EPA

So, the plane explosion may have been caused by a rupturing fuel tank or it could have also been a terrorist bomb.

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Investigation of the Sinai plane crash

As shown in the following video, search and recovery operations are underway after the Metrojet plane flying from the Egyptian resort of Sharm El-Sheikh to St. Petersburg crashed over Sinai. There were 224 people on board. All died.

Terrifying not to know what did really happen there!

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