Has flight MH370 debris been found in the southern Indian Ocean? News has developed that a French satellite has possibly spotted where the missing Malaysian Airlines plane may have gone down. 122 objects were captured on the images and is so far the "most credible lead" investigators have, according to a top Malaysian official, AOL News reports March 26.
Defense Minister Hishammuddin Hussein has had his hands full in trying to calm the relatives of those on the missing 777 plane that disappeared on March 8 without a trace.
So far, there hasn't been any MH370 debris found despite Chinese and Australian satellites speculating they've seen wreckage in other areas of the Indian Ocean. They all turned up with nothing. The most advanced lead came Monday after a never-before-used British satellite system detected the last spot where flight 370 was in the air. It was narrowed down to the southern portion of the Indian Ocean. It's still a huge area to cover...about 622,000 square miles, the size of Alaska.
At this time, it's unknown if the debris spotted on the French satellite came from a plane. It could be from a cargo ship or something else, according to the report.
Do the images mean MH370 debris has been found? This mystery certainly needs some answers.
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