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Malaysia Airlines flight MH370: Possible crash site captured by satellite

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According to a report published by Yahoo! News on March 12, a Chinese satellite may have capture photos of the crash site of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.

Yahoo! News reports that the China's State Administration for Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense has released a series of three photos that may show the location of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which went missing the early morning hours of Saturday, March 8 taking its 239 passengers with it.

The photos show what could be three pieces floating debris located at 105.63°E, 6.7°W. Reports indicate that the photos were taken by a Chinese satellite on March 9, but Chinese officials have not released an explanation as to why it took five days for the photos to be released to the public.

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Officials warn that there has been no verification that the objects seen in the photos are indeed pieces of flight MH370, and say they are working to verify if the objects are indeed parts of flight MH370.

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