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Ocean floor search for missing Malaysia plane cut short again
The search for a Malaysia Airlines jetliner deep in the Indian Ocean was again cut short on Wednesday when technical problems forced a U.S. Navy underwater drone to surface without finding anything, officials said.(4/16/2014 12:26:03 PM)
Malaysia plane search teams relocate signals in Indian Ocean
Australian officials said Thursday that they are confident they are searching in the right area for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet after more signals were detected in a 17-mile area in the south Indian Ocean.(4/8/2014 11:38:04 PM)
Malaysia Concludes Jet Crashed in Indian Ocean; Bad Weather Suspends Search
Malaysia concluded that Flight 370 ended in the southern Indian Ocean with no hope of survivors, ruling out theories of a detour over Asia or an island landing, as the search for wreckage from the missing jetliner drags on. An analysis of satellite data shows that the Boeing Co. 777-200ER flew south and that "its last position was in the middle of the Indian Ocean" off Australia's west coast ...(3/24/2014 1:31:18 PM)
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Australia says possible objects in Indian Ocean
Authorities have spotted two objects in the Indian Ocean that are possibly related to the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Thursday.(3/20/2014 12:21:48 AM)
Indian Ocean Proves Too Deep for Robotic Sub in MH370 Search
A U.S. Navy underwater drone sent to search for a missing Malaysian jetliner on the floor of the Indian Ocean had its first mission cut short after exceeding its 4.5 km (2.8 mile) depth limit, Australian search authorities said on Tuesday. It had been expected to spend up to 16 hours scouring the silty sea floor, after a two-hour descent. "It's [the drone's] built-in safety feature returned it ...(4/14/2014 8:43:52 PM)
Operators prepare to deploy sonar in search for Malaysian Airliner in the Indian Ocean
A deep-sea drone completed its much-anticipated first full scan of the seabed in the remote Indian Ocean, the team looking for a missing Malaysian jetliner said on Thursday, as an air and surface search became less likely to yield results.(4/17/2014 6:56:10 AM)
MH370: Indian Ocean Proves Too Deep for Robotic Sub
The hunt for the missing Malaysian jetliner was further complicated Tuesday, after the part of the southern Indian Ocean being searched proved too deep for a miniature robotic submarine. Australian officials said the Bluefin-21 submarine "exceeded its operating depth limit of 4,500 meters and its built-in safety feature returned it to the surface" following a six-hour mission. Malaysian Defense ...(4/15/2014 4:34:49 AM)
Biggest search yet for Malaysian jet in Indian Ocean
* Up to 13 planes, 11 ships to search Indian Ocean on Saturday * Ships using sonar equipment now trying to find black boxes PERTH, April 5 (Reuters) - Four weeks after the disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines jetliner, searchers on Saturday launched the most intensive hunt yet in the southern Indian Ocean, trying to find the plane's black box recorders before their batteries run out. Up to 10 ...(4/4/2014 10:12:10 PM)
Sub to search Indian Ocean in bid to determine whether pings heard are from missing plane
Search crews were for the first time sending a sub deep into the Indian Ocean to try and determine whether faint sounds detected by equipment on board an Australian ship are from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane's black boxes, Australia's acting prime minister said Tuesday.(4/8/2014 12:08:05 AM)
Malaysia: Missing flight crashed in Indian Ocean
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — It was the unwelcome, anguishing news that families of the missing had dreaded, and when they heard it from Malaysia's prime minister Monday night there were shrieks and intense heartbreak: The missing Malaysian Airlines flight whose fate was a mystery that consumed the world had crashed into a remote corner of the Indian Ocean.(3/24/2014 3:21:18 PM)
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