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    Posted March 15, 2014 by
    Valentino28
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    Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

    Missing Malaysia Airline Flight 370

     
    Like many on the web I have been looking to locate the missing jetliner using Tomnod as the principal source of satellite images.

    Browsing throughout the limited search space is slow and discouraging but nevertheless a must do effort to contribute to locate the missing plane.

    After the recent news that the plane might have veered west towards the Indian Ocean I have searched for means to continue my independent search in that area.

    Finding recent satellite images is almost impossible but I thought to "google" recent weather satellite reports over Malaysia to check if a weather service was able to share images.

    I have found this site: http://www.accuweather.com/en/my/national/satellite
    where I was able to search the new area of interest as I too had the feeling the plane might have flown towards the Bay of Bengal.

    Whilst I was searching the sea are between a group of islands north of Banda Aceh I came across a tubular object in the water that caught my attention.

    I have tried to contact CNN via email to report this possible finding and this now is the only way I get to share this information.

    I have taken several screen shots of the area at various distances to better pinpoint this object. Unfortunately the weather page cannot be confirmed as recent and does not give me coordinates.

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