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Korean Air Lines Flight 007 alternative theories concerns the various theories put forward regarding the shooting down of Korean Air Lines Flight 007.The aircraft was en route from New York City via Anchorage to Seoul on September 1, 1983, when it strayed into prohibited Soviet airspace and was shot down by Soviet jet fighters.The deviation exceeded the expected accuracy of the INS (2 nautical miles (3.7 km) an hour) by a factor of six.
One of the first theories was that Space Shuttle Challenger and a satellite were monitoring the airliner's progress over Soviet territory.
Defence Attaché, which printed this claim, was sued by Korean Air Lines and forced to pay damages and print an apology.
The pilots, thus, could in theory have known that they were at least 8 nautical miles (15 km) off course.
Fifty minutes after takeoff, military radar at King Salmon, Alaska acquired KAL 007 at more than 12.6 nautical miles (23.3 km) off course.
By being forced to rely on KAL 015 to relay messages, KAL 007 should have (by definition) understood that they were well off course.