MH370: Chinese Satellite Spots Large Debris

Posted: Mar 22 2014, 7:40am CDT | by , Updated: Mar 23 2014, 8:26pm CDT, in News | Also on the Geek Mind

 

MH370: Chinese Satellite Spots Large Debris
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Breaking News: A Chinese satellite has spotted a large object. Could it be debris from the MH370?

After search for the debris that Australia spotted last week did not succeed, we now have word of a new large object. A satellite from China has spotted an object measuring 22x13 meters. The image was taken on Tuesday. The location is about 74 miles southwest from the debris Australia spotted on a satellite image from last Sunday.

It is so weird that airplanes did not spot this new object. It even might be one of the objects seen on the first satellite image. As airplanes did not find this one, I assume that it also already sank.

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