Thursday, March 20, 2014

Mh370 Australia?

Austalia team inspecting the operations in the southern Indian Ocean after her satellites detected two suspicious objects in the plane at that location. Austalia maritime authorities say , noting some of the objects detected over 24 meters . It was detected at position 2,500 miles southwest of Perth on the west coast of the country, the agency said general manager John Young in a press conference that followed through the Internet . Asked if the object looks like airplane parts , Young berkaata : " What we are looking for confirmation that it owned the plane or not ." Asked if the plane looks like a window , Young said: " Imaging is not accurate to that level. " Objects are filled with water and look recede , he said. He added that weather conditions are moderate but visibility is low may affect the search of aerial and satellite . Earlier, the prime minister, Tony Abbott , who was speaking at the national parliaments of Australia 's Orion aircraft was deployed to the area to locate the object , according to the BBC website . "The Australian Maritime Safety Authority received information based on satellite information about objects that may have something to do with the search. "Following analysis by experts on this satellite image , two objects related to the search dikenalpasi , " he analyzed as quoted in the report . Areas in the southern Indian Ocean is one of the two zones, the focus of search and rescue operations after investigators found MH370 aircraft accidentally diverted from the original route . He said he was announcing in parliament today despite the findings may not apply to a search MH370 . "I want to inform the council - and we should always remember - the effort is very difficult to detect this object and may eventually it has nothing to do with flight MH370 . "However , I wish to inform the council on the progress that might be important ," he said as quoted by The Guardian reports . Meanwhile, the acting transport minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein said the discovery is considered as a new indication for search and rescue operations on the aircraft carrying 239 people . "I can confirm we have fresh leads ... and I will meet representatives of Australia now , " he said as quoted by Reuters news agency. Meanwhile, the BBC reports mention the atmosphere at an air base in Perth busy with the release of the search and rescue aircraft to the area of ​​operations . Meanwhile, a Sydney Morning Herald report directly mentioning the search operation in the area of ​​operations today do not come to fruition . However , it will continue until midnight Australian time ( 9 pm Malaysian time ) , the report quoted. Searching activities for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is now become 13th day today.

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