Inalillahi, Jakarta Bay Ship-541 Karam in the North Waters of East Java

KRI Jakarta Bay-541 is carrying out logistics distribution operations to the eastern region.

Navy ship, KRI Jakarta Bay-541, sank in the northern waters of East Java, precisely northeast of Kangean Island. The incident occurred because the ship had a leak. The head of the Navy’s Information Service, First Admiral M Zaenal, said the incident occurred on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 09.00 WIB. At that time, waves of sea water at an altitude of 2.5-4 meters. “All 55 crew (crew members) are safe,” said Zaenal,

A total of 54 crew members were rescued by KM Tanto Sejahtera, which was located 5 miles from the point of occurrence. Whereas one crew was helped by KM Dobonsolo owned by PT Pelni (Persero). When it sank, KRI Jakarta Bay-541 was carrying out a logistical support sea operation to the east. The position of the ship sank at a depth of 90 meters above sea level.

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Object of Shipwreck Caught by Google Maps Camera in Sukabumi

A joint officer of the Indonesian National Armed Forces, the National Police and the SAR, defects an object resembling a shipwreck at the bottom of Sukabumi waters, West Java, caught by a Google Maps camera. But unfortunately, the team had problems because they did not have an underwater detector. “This search is to ascertain the whereabouts of the shipwreck caught by Google Maps satellite cameras but to ensure that we are constrained by underwater detection equipment,” said Sukabumi Regional Police Chief, AKP Tri Andri Apandi, quoted from Liputan6.com.

The combined officers used a patrol boat and departed from dock I of the Palabuhanratu Archipelago Fisheries Port. Patrols are run in the direction of the waters where the ships are located, precisely in Cikembang Beach, Cisolok District.

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When at the destination point, officers make manual observations to determine coordinates and ascertain surface currents. The ship is estimated to be a cargo type with a length of 150 meters, width of 25-30 meters with a dead weight of up to 120 thousand tons. The position of the object is about 1.2 miles from the nearest coast. “In this search we also coordinate with other agencies, especially those who have objects that detect the sea, to ensure information about the existence of a large shipwreck,” said Tri.

Inalillahi, Jakarta Bay Ship-
Inalillahi, Jakarta Bay Ship-541 Karam in the North Waters of East Java

The discovery of ship objects in Google Maps has actually been around since 2017 and 2019. In those years, Tri said, someone once opened the Google Maps application and found the same object. In addition, information also circulated that the shipwreck had been around for a long time. However, it is not known exactly when the ship was on the seabed.

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The fact that we rarely glance at clouds is true. Except when the clouds demand our attention to look at them. Recently a Twitter netizen with the Omed account (OmedMuhammad666) uploaded a very rare cloud sighting photo that appeared in Iraq. In detail, Omed describes the shape of clouds such as lumps of cotton that have appeared in large quantities in the evening sky of the Kurdish City, Iraq.

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Launching from World of Buzz, clouds that are clustered and shaped like cotton are called Mammatus clouds. This type of cloud is classified as a rare cloud that is rarely seen in everyday life. In fact, according to research, the appearance of the cloud only lasted a short time of about 10-15 minutes. According to scientists’ observations, this cloud is Jakarta result of the development of cumulonimbus clouds, although it can also be found in the altostratus or cirrus layers. Jakarta appearance of these clouds is believed by scientists as a sign of the emergence of storms or bad weather.

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Jakarta Today at Amedi,” Omed wrote in his upload.

Suddenly, two days later, the upload of rare cloud photos has been liked by more than 6,400 netizens and has also been distributed back 26 thousand times. Jakarta Meanwhile, Twitter netizens automatically respond immediately to the rare phenomenon of the emergence of this Mammatus Clouds cloud. “Wow, I wish I could touch the cloud,” said one netizen.

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