Objects sighted may be linked to Flight MH370

Satellite images from the Indian Ocean possibly show the missing Malaysia Airlines plane says the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA). The search in the southern corridor is being coordinated by AMSA with assistance from the Australian Defense Force, the Royal New Zealand Air Force and the United States Navy. “AMSA’s Rescue Coordination Centre Australia has received satellite imagery of objects possibly related to the search for the missing aircraft, flight MH370,” said AMSA Emergency Response Division General Manager John Young. “They may not be related to the aircraft.” READ: Possible airline debris spotted as Australia culls satellite images

New data has provided an arc of possible locations for Malaysian Flight MH370.
Sources: Honeywell, NOAA, Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia, Australian Maritime Safety Authority and news reports. By Bonnie Berkowitz, Alberto Cuadra, Richard Johnson, Laris Karklis, Todd Lindeman and Gene Thorp/The Washington Post. Published on March 15, 2014, 5:28 p.m.
 
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