Flight MH370 Doomsday: the search continues

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The new search site is about 225km (140k miles) away from where MH370 disappeared

The new search site is about 225km (140k miles) away from where MH370 disappeared

A satellite operated by the Chinese may have spotted the very first signs of the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 wreckage site.

China’s State Administration for Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense, released 3 images which depict what appears to be fragments scattered about the sea in the same area the plane was thought to have lost contact during the day  the aircraft vanished along with all 239 of its crew and passengers.

The satellite discovered 3 points of interest which differed in size, the most noticeable being 24m by 22m.

This image, first released by CCTV America, shows an object in the ocean spotted by Chinese satellites on Sunday

This image, first released by CCTV America, shows an object in the ocean spotted by Chinese satellites on Sunday

China’s defense agency said the wreckage is located at 105.63 east longitude, 6.7 north latitude – which is approximately in the waters between Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and south of Vietnam where the aircraft is believed to have been lost.

2nd satellite image, first released to CCTV America - specialists said the Chinese images are not high resolution

2nd satellite image, first released to CCTV America – specialists said the Chinese images are not high resolution

Peter Goelz, the former Managing Director of the U-S federal National Transportation Safety Board, told CNN: “These (images) are the first solid piece of evidence we have that are on the correct flight path.”

The U-S Navy Seals are purportedly in route to scrutinize the site. However, it has yet to be confirmed that the satellite image projections are proof of flight MH370.

A 3rd satellite reference released by China’s State Administration for Science, Technology and Industry

A 3rd satellite reference released by China’s State Administration for Science, Technology and Industry

The Boeing 777, transporting 239 people, vanished into thin air with not as much of an hour gone by after departing from Kuala Lumpur heading to Beijing on Saturday.

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