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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Satellite image shows 122 potential debris

French firm Airbus Defence and Space has provided new satellite images of potential debris from Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 in the Indian Ocean.
At the daily press briefing on the search for MH370, acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said an analysis had identified 122 potential objects in a 400 square kilometre area.
"Some objects were a metre in length; others were as much as 23 metres in length. Some of the objects appeared to be bright, possibly indicating solid materials.
"The objects were located approximately 2,557 kilometres from Perth," he said, adding the analysis was conducted by the Malaysian Remote Sensing Agency (ARSM).
More importantly, the location of this area was near the location of potential debris spotted by Chinese and French satellites, said Hishammuddin.
However, he cautioned that the objects might now necessarily be from MH370.
"Nevertheless, this is another new lead that will help direct the search operation," he said.

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