Wanna know where the new Chinese aircraft carrier will be in the next few days? Here it is. A website gives you the coordinates.

Dec 21 2011 - 1 Comment

This time you don’t need a satellite to get a glimpse of the Varyag in the Yellow Sea. If you wish to know where the refurbished Chinese aircraft carrier will be until Dec. 29, you can simply visit this Chinese website that has just published the coordinates of the points that limit the area of operations of the carrier (most probably taken from a NOTAM or a bulletin issued by maritime authorities to inform other ships of the temporary prohibited area).

I mapped them with Google Earth and took a couple of screenshots in order to give you an idea where the aircraft carrier will operate for its third sea trial cruise.

So what those interested can do is to point their satellites towards the area and send some spyplanes and subs in the vicinity to study the ship’s onboard equipment, its radar and signals signature, and so on.

Image source: fyjs.cn

  • http://bothandeach.wordpress.com bothandeach

    In this photo it looks a lot more capable. They advertise it, so as to imply sovereighty, I’m sure. Pity the USA doesn’t have the manners of China, or, of any other country in the world.