NEW seabed mapping of the MH370 search area has reportedly shown hard objects that could be parts of the lost Malaysia Airlines plane.
The Times reports, searchers have used satellite-tracking data and flight-simulation analysis to locate the objects.
However, it is not known whether the objects are plane wreckage or rock formations.
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“There is nothing that has screamed out and said ‘I look like an aircraft’,” Australian Transport Safety Bureau Cheif Commissioner Martin Dolan told The Times.
“It’s still a hell of an area. The area is horribly, horribly complicated.”
Experts from around the world have narrowed the search area to a 60,000 sq km arc in the Indian Ocean, 1,800km off the coast of Western Australia.
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