Saturday, 22 March 2014

Hopes are Increased After China Releasing New Satellite Images About Missing Malaysian Plane

Posted by Siva Kumar Ari
New hopes are raised about missing Malaysian plane.China yesterday released one new satellite image of a large floating object possibly linked to missing on Malaysian Flight MH370, boosting search efforts as anger with the pace of the operation boiled over among Chinese relatives in Beijing.


The grainy photo taken on March 18 released by the State Administration of Science Technology and Industry showed an object measuring 22.5 metres by 13 metres (74 by 43 feet) in the southern Indian Ocean.

The location which was given as just 120 kilometres distant from where March 16 satellite images — released by Australia on Thursday had detected two pieces of possible wreckage in a remote, storm-swept stretch of ocean around 2,500 kilometres southwest of Perth.Six planes, including four Orion anti-submarine aircraft packed with state-of-the-art surveillance equipment, scoured the area for a third straight day without success Saturday.

The emergence of the new photo was announced in Kuala Lumpur by Malaysian transport minister, Hishammuddin Hussein, who was a handed a note during his daily press briefing on the international search for MH370 which vanished two weeks ago.A visibly animated Hishammuddin wrapped up the briefing early "to follow this lead".

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