The media started to compare the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 flight with the Amelia Earhart story. It has been almost two weeks that the world with all it's high-tech gadgets could not find the missing plane. Today this comparison might find an end though as Australia says to have spotted debris that could belong to MH370. Two 24-meter-sized (78.7 ft.) things have been spotted about 1,500 miles southwest of Perth in a vert deep and remote area of the southern Indian Ocean.
Ships are underway now to identify the objects now. See the satellite images showing the debris below.
First Australian search airplane could not find anything due to bad visibility. More planes are in the search area reports ABC Australia.
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Amelia Earhart's plane went missing in 1937. Chances to find her plane are very slim, but that does not stop some from still searching.
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