Search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 resumes in remote southern Indian Ocean

Mar 21 2014, 09:28 IST
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A Royal Australian Air Force Flight engineer keeps watch for any debris as he flies over the Southern Indian Ocean during the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. (Reuters) A Royal Australian Air Force Flight engineer keeps watch for any debris as he flies over the Southern Indian Ocean during the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. (Reuters)
SummaryNo certainty whether objects found by Australian satellites are from MH370 but best lead yet.

the images said.

The satellite images, provided by U.S. company DigitalGlobe , were taken on March 16, meaning that the possible debris could by now have drifted far from the original site.

The relatively large size of the objects would suggest that if they do come from the missing aircraft, it was largely intact when it went into the water.

Still, finding any debris, let alone the "black boxes" that could shed light on what happened, remains incredibly challenging in the remote, deep-sea region known as the Roaring 40s for its huge seas and frequent storm-force winds.

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