Australian jets are searching again today the area where debris was spotted on Satellite photos. Nothing has been found yet.
Yesterday the big news of spotted debris in the Indian ocean has raised hopes that the fate of the Malaysia Airlines MH370 will be solved. The search with airplanes for the 24m large things has not been successful yesterday. Today Australian jets are trying again to find the debris.
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Reuters reports that Australia has sent five planes to search the area 1,500 miles away from Perth. Experts say that it can take several days to locate the debris spotted on satellite imagery. One of the problem is that the satellite images are already a week old by now. The debris can float away pretty far from the location seen on the satellite photos.
The collaboration between nations to search the area seems not optimal. Reuters also reports that China has sent an icebreaker into the area, but Australia said it did not ask China to join the search. You would think it would be best to coordinate as many vessels and aircraft available to divide and conquer the search area. Politics are getting in the way as always.
Watch a CNN report below explaining the latest search efforts.
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