...at the 3:00 mark.....the reporter logs into flight explorer....
....and clicks on the few planes that are still flying a this time.
if you zoom in on one of the data fields of the few still flying planes you get this:
...which is flight 175...
looks like the above data field reads something like this:
from what i understand...flight explorer....gets it's information straight from the faa:
The Flight Explorer graphical flight-following software started out by primarily using FAA radar data and is now used by more than 85% of the major airlines in North America.
...so if flight explorer got it's info from the faa.....how can it still be displaying info for flight 175...1 hour after it crashed? (unless flight 175 was still flyin!)