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Undersea search for MH370 resumes

The search for MH370 has resumed, with the autonomous underwater vehicle Bluefin-21 operating from the ADV Ocean Shield in waters to the west of Australia. “Over the next week, Bluefin-21 will search the remaining areas in the vicinity of the acoustic signals detected in early April by the towed pinger locator deployed from Ocean Shield that are within its depth operating limits,” says Australia’s Joint Agency Coordination Centre (JACC) in a statement. ( More...

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Honestly...everybody got to an exaustion point on the MH370 flight searching history. The considering part of it is that all human beings have an extinctive searching. Even if the oficial searching teams drop their effort, there will be always out there a team of explorers who eventually will find something someday about the wreckage.
My deep feelings for the relatives of the lost ones.
Brazil on line.
bbabis 1
Any find, if ever, will be the result of an extraordinary stroke of luck. A new technology may someday help but more than likely Mh370 will find us before we find it. RIP MH370.
Bill, you might be quite right about your assertion. We brazilians had the same experience. Read this:
The Varig Flight 967 , operated by Brazilian airline Varig , was a commercial cargo flight known for its demise occurred in 1979 .

The cargo plane Boeing 707- 323C took off from Narita International Airport in Tokyo, Japan , at 8:23pm in January 30, 1979 . It's final destination was the International Airport of Rio de Janeiro -Galeão , with a stop in the USA.

Twenty -two minutes after taking off , the captain Gilberto Araújo da Silva did first contact with air traffic control . There was no problem on board. The second contact , scheduled for 9:23pm , was never done.

The plane disappeared over the Pacific Ocean about thirty minutes after taking off from Tokyo. Bodies or wreckage never were found. The cargo flight was carrying among other items 153 paintings by the artist Manabu Mabe, which returned from an exhibition in Japan. The paintings were valued at the time at more than $ 1.24 million . It is known to be one of the greatest mysteries in aviation history of the very few great extent flights which disappeared without a trace.


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