Southwest Airlines Flight 1380

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Southwest Airlines Flight 1380

Post by Jim Eshelman » Wed Apr 25, 2018 2:13 pm

April 17, 2018, 11:10 AM [EDIT: 10:08], Bernville, PA

You've probably been reading about Southwest Flight 1380, which blew an engine at 32,500 feet, smashed a window, almost lost a passenger out the window (and lost her, instead, to impact injuries), and was safely guided to the ground in Philadelphia by her captain, Tammy Jo Shults, "the new Sully." (She is a former Navy pilot.)

We now know enough to look at the incident. The incident is cited as "around 11:00," with another reference in NY Times to the plane being in descent at 11:10. I'll go with that time. (Safe landing was 11:20.) Philadelphia is close enough unless we get better, because there was at least an incident there - at the airport tower. - Ah, wait, the plane was near Bernville, PA when the incident occurred.

(Another report says the incident occurred 20 minutes into its flight, but I don't have a take-off time.)

Here's the Wikipedia link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southwest ... light_1380

Especially since other flights were grounded for a while, my first thought is: Does the Capsolar's Moon-Mercury-'Saturn figure in this, other than as a universal aspect for the year.

Mars was exactly setting at Bernville, PA at 11:10 AM.

CAPSOLAR: Much like DC, but with Pluto square Ascendant 19' as its keynote (plus the universal Moon-Mercury-Saturn).

ARISOLAR: Dormant, but with the Moon-Saturn square the world had, and the mundane Moon-Mars square that the East Coast has.

CAPLUNAR: Neptune setting (0°00'), plus the usual Moon aspects.

CAPQ: There it is! (How's that for calling it!!!!) CapQ Ascendant for the closest town was 9°04' Sagittarius, right in the middle of the Capsolar's Moon-Mercury-Saturn conjunction. To make it even better, Sun-Uranus are conjoined on the IC. (Pluto is in orb of transiting Capsolar IC, as or most of the East Coast.)

Transits to Cansolar: Transiting Mars conjoined Cansolar Descendant for the locale.
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Re: Southwest Airlines Flight 1380

Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Wed Apr 25, 2018 4:18 pm

I don't know how long this will be up, but it gives times.
https://flightaware.com/live/flight/SWA ... /KLGA/KDAL
The flight left the gate at 10:27 AM EDT, 3 minutes early.
The flight took off at 10:43 AM EDT.

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Re: Southwest Airlines Flight 1380

Post by Jupiter Sets at Dawn » Wed Apr 25, 2018 10:09 pm

Nightline said the engine exploded at 11:08 AM.

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Re: Southwest Airlines Flight 1380

Post by Jim Eshelman » Wed Apr 25, 2018 11:35 pm

Jupiter Sets at Dawn wrote:
Wed Apr 25, 2018 10:09 pm
Nightline said the engine exploded at 11:08 AM.
So this is the time to use near Bernvile. (I looked at the flight schedule above,but the data here is much better than anything there.)
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