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Malaysian Flight MH370 May Not Be In Southern Indian Ocean, Official Admits
As hope fades once again in the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, investigators have sparked new speculation that the plane may not have crashed into the southern Indian Ocean after all. The investigations team may have been "looking in the wrong place" and the plane could have landed elsewhere, according to a report by the Malaysian New Straits Times, quoting investigation ...(4/22/2014 10:17:44 AM)
Sub Nears End of Search While Debris Found Ashore Not From MH370
The submarine scouring the Indian Ocean for a missing Malaysian Air (MAS) plane has completed more than 90 percent of its search area without success while a study of debris that washed ashore turned out to be a false lead. The Bluefin-21 autonomous underwater vehicle is currently completing its 12th dive, Australia's Joint Agency Coordination Centre said in an e-mailed statement today. The ...(4/23/2014 9:00:27 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)
Sub scours ocean for missing Malaysian jet
PERTH, Australia (AP) — A robotic submarine headed back down into the depths of the Indian Ocean on Friday to scour the seafloor for any trace of the missing Malaysian jet one month after the search began off Australia's west coast, as data from the sub's previous missions turned up no evidence of the plane.(4/17/2014 6:10:24 AM)
Ocean floor search for missing Malaysia plane cut short again
By Byron Kaye PERTH, Australia (Reuters) - 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. While a massive air and sea search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 is continuing almost 2,000 km (1,200 miles) off the coast of ...(4/16/2014 3:17:35 AM)
Where’s the debris, asks aviation expert as search for MH370 enters 36th day
As searchers scour the Indian Ocean west of Australia for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, an aviation expert told CNN today there should be debris on top of the water. Jim Tilmon, a former American Airlines pilot and aviation analyst, told CNN that the chances of not having debris on top of the water were remote. "The amount of flotsam left...(4/11/2014 10:09:40 PM)
Flight MH370: robots search sea bed for signs of Malaysia Airlines plane
Locating jet in the southern Indian Ocean is only first step in solving the mystery of missing plane To sink underwater by the height of Britain's tallest tower would still only cover 7% of the descent to the floor of the Indian Ocean, 4,500 metres down, where the black boxes from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 are presumed to lie. Even at those 300 metre comparative shallows, all is dark. The ...(4/11/2014 3:26:02 PM)
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 scours ocean for missing Malaysia Airlines jet
A robotic submarine headed back down into the depths of the Indian Ocean on Friday to scour the seafloor for any trace of the missing Malaysian jet one month after the search began off Australia's west coast, as data from the sub's previous missions turned up no evidence of the plane.(4/18/2014 2:34:32 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)
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