KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia A satellite image released by China on Saturday offered the latest sign that wreckage from a Malaysia Airlines plane lost for more than two weeks could be in a remote stretch of the southern Indian Ocean where planes and ships have been searching for three days.
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The missing plane, which had been bound for Beijing, carried 153 Chinese passengers. In the Chinese capital on Saturday, relatives of the passengers rose up in anger at the end of a brief meeting with Malaysia Airlines and Malaysian government officials.
Police are considering the possibilities of hijacking, sabotage, terrorism or issues related to Nike Air Max 95 No Sew - Men's the mental health of the pilots or anyone else on board.
One of the objects spotted in the earlier satellite imagery was described as 24 metres (almost 80 feet) in length and the other was 5 metres (15 feet). The Boeing 777 200 is about 64 metres (209 feet) long with a wingspan of 61 metres (199 feet) and a fuselage about 6.2 metres (20 feet) in diameter, according to Boeing's website.
in the release of the Australian satellite images because experts needed time to examine them. aircraft in the search. Japanese planes will arrive Sunday and ships were in the area or on their way.
Based on the typical speed, a current could theoretically move a floating object about 173 kilometres (107 miles) in two days.
the HMAS Success, a navy supply ship, had also joined the search.
The Chinese planes that arrived in Perth on Saturday were expected to begin searching on Sunday. A small flotilla of ships from China will also join the hunt, along with a refuelling vessel that will allow ships to stay in the search area for a long time, Truss said.
In a statement on its website announcing China's find, the State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defence did not explain why it took four days to release the information. But there was a similar delay Nike Air Max 43
The latest satellite image is another clue in the baffling search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which dropped off air traffic control screens March 8 over the Gulf of Thailand with 239 people on board.
Erik van Sebille, an oceanographer at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, said the currents in the area typically move at about one meter (yard) per second but can sometimes move faster.
Even if both satellites detected the same object, it may be unrelated to the plane. One possibility is that it could have fallen off a cargo vessel.
"If there's something there to be found, I'm confident that this search effort will locate it," Truss said from the base near Perth that is serving as a staging area for search aircraft.
The discovery of the two objects by the Australian satellite led several countries to send planes and ships to a stretch of the Indian Ocean about 2,500 kilometres (1,550 miles) southwest of Australia. But three days of searching have produced no confirmed signs of the plane.
Hishammuddin, the Malaysian defence minister, said conditions in the southern corridor were challenging. In addition, Hishammuddin said a low level warning had been declared for Tropical Cyclone Gillian, although that was north of Australia and closer to Indonesia.
Because the search area is a four hour flight from land, the Orions can search for about only two hours before they must fly back. The commercial jets can stay for five hours before heading back to the base.
"It is a very remote area, but we intend to continue the search until we're absolutely satisfied that further searching would be futile and that day is not in sight," he said.
"You can't leave here! We want to know what the reality is!" they shouted in frustration over what they saw as officials' refusal to answer questions. They are unsure what happened next.
Australian officials said the location was within the 36,000 square kilometre (14,000 square mile) area they searched on Saturday, but the object was not found. The agency said in a statement that searchers would keep trying to determine whether the objects are related to the lost plane.
The image, showing an object 22 metres (72 feet) by 13 metres (43 feet), was taken around noon Tuesday. The image location was about 120 kilometres (75 miles) south of where an Australian satellite viewed two objects two days earlier. The larger object was about as long as the one the Chinese satellite detected.
Chinese satellite finds object that might be Flight 370 debris
will be sending ships to verify," Malaysian Defence Minister Hishammuddin Hussein told reporters Saturday.
Warren Truss, Australia's acting prime minister while Tony Abbott is abroad, said before the new satellite data was announced that a complete search could take a long time.
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