By H. Nelson Goodson
March 12, 2014
China - On Tuesday, five Chinese vessels including South China Sea Rescue 101 and 115 rescue teams have begun to search for the wreckage of the Malaysian MH 370 missing flight, according to Xinhua, the Chinese news agency. The Chinese have released satellite photos of the possible crash site of the Boeing 777-200 ER.
On Wednesday, the Chinese State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defence (SASTIND) confirmed that satellite photos had captured three floating objects at sea. The size of the images captured measured 13 by 18 meters, 14 by 19 meters and 24 by 22 meters. The images were taken on Sunday around 11:00 a.m. on Sunday at the following location, the South China Sea at 6.7 degrees North latitude and 105.63 East longitude spreading a radius area fo 20 kilometers.
Recovery rescue teams have located the debris and have recovered some pieces of the MH 370 flight wreckage found at the location.
The Chinese government says, it is using 10 satellites as support to locate the wreckage spread of flight MH 370, according to the Chinese news agency.