Why is no one talking about the work that we are doing on TOMNOD. there have been so many suspicious object that i have found using TOMNOD, but more importantly, we found an actual commercial plane on the satellite images. It is located on the ANDAMAN and NICOBAR ISLANDS, EAST of WANDOOR.
For almost two weeks now, the search for the missing Malaysia Arline flight 370 has been on-going. Not only is it a big nuisance as if provides false information to the public, but the worst possible effect of it in my personal opinion, would be the reaction of those relatives who are praying for the safely of each of their family member who took the flight, they are already going through an unbearable pain as we speak.
Pitbull is not a prophet but some are claiming that there are some very prophetic lines within the artist's music that could have predicted the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight 370.
The hunt continues for debris and survivors of the Malaysia Airlines aircraft that went missing weeks ago. Note you can see the trending topics at the top of any page on our news network, in the black bar.
Australia promised its best efforts to resolve the mystery, but two days of searching the seas about 2,500 kilometers (1,550 miles) southwest of Perth have not produced any evidence.
Chinese satellites have picked up new possible plane wreckage in the southern Indian Ocean. The P-8 and P-3 spy planes, which the United States is already deploying in the search, also carry "sonobuoys" that are dropped into the sea and use sonar signals to search the waters below. "This kind of conduct neglects the lives of all the passengers, shows contempt for all their families, and even more, tramples on the dignity of Chinese people and the Chinese government," they said.
Nothing has been found in the three days that search crews have been scouring the area where the satellite took images of objects, about 2,500 kilometers (1,550 miles) southwest of Australia. The objects could be unrelated to the plane; one possibility is that they fell off one of the cargo vessels that travel in the area.
Aircraft and ships from China headed to the desolate southern Indian Ocean to join the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, now lost for two full weeks, and Australia promised its best efforts to resolve "an extraordinary riddle."
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The agency joined the search last week, sending data to the U.S. Geological Survey's Earth Resources Observations and Science Hazard Data Distribution System, which facilitates the sharing of information when the International Charter on Space and Major Disasters is activated. .
Aircraft and ships from China headed to the desolate southern Indian Ocean to join the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, now lost for two full weeks. A satellite spotted two large objects in the area earlier this week, raising hopes of finding the Boeing 777 that disappeared on March 8 with 239 people on board.
Australia promised its best efforts to resolve the mystery, but two days of searching the seas about 2,500 kilometres southwest of Perth have not produced any evidence. Due to the distance to the area, the Orions will have enough fuel to search for two hours, while the commercial jets can stay for five hours before heading back to the base.
Three Australian planes took off at dawn today for a third day of scouring the desolate southern Indian Ocean for possible parts of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, now lost for two full weeks.