RAAF may have MH370 wreckage in its sights

first_imgThe analysis was inconclusive, with the RAAF concluding that weather condition had hampered efforts to find the apparent remains of the plane, the ABC reported. The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has received an expert analysis of RAAF satellite imagery apparently showing the wreckage of MH370 in water in the south-west Indian Ocean. “The objects are relatively indistinct on the imagery,” Mr Young said. “We don’t know what that satellite saw until we can get a much better, much closer look at it at it, but this is the first tangible break-through in what up until now has been an utterly baffling mystery,” Prime Minister Abbott said. ASMA spokesperson John Young said that the debris may not be related to the search for MH370. “I don’t profess to be an expert in assessing the imagery, but those who are expert indicate they are credible sightings.” A source close to the investigation told Reuters that the plane likely flew into the Indian Ocean because South East and North Asian countries have failed to trace MH370 entering their airspace. Prime Minister Tony Abbott has also presumptively weighed into the debate about the images. Source = ETB News: Tom Nealelast_img

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