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The black boxes were recovered from the crash site and provided useful information about the cause of the crash.
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Carlos Radamés Pérez Andino, the vice president of Cuba's Civil Aeronautics Institute (IACC), and two Cuban investigators accompanied the two two black boxes to the NTSB lab for download.
Perhaps she was spooked by the photographer at the edge of the pool holding a clicking black box that obscured her face.
Cyber investigators at the New England Electronic Crimes Task Force take locked iPhones and other devices seized in a criminal case, and plug them into a black box called the Universal Forensic Extraction Device.
The package came in a small black box, covered in tape.
Initial readouts of black boxes in good condition takes only hours in the U.S., but could take longer elsewhere, or if they are damaged.
However, each sticks to the basic form factor: A rectangular black box with a white square in the middle and magnetic black tape wound between two spools on either end.
Most important, there were 26 hours of audio straight from El Faro’s bridge, preserved on a black box and retrieved from the wreckage nearly three miles underwater by a robot submarine.
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BLACK BOX Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of black box for English Language Learners
: a device used in an airplane to record flight information (such as altitude or airspeed) or the voices of the pilots and crew
medical Definition of black box
- A “black box” warning is the most serious warning placed in the labeling of a prescription medication.
- —Johnathan D. Rockoff, The Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram, 8 June 2007
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