MH370 search operation: Australian agency releases new 3D images of search area in Indian Ocean

MH370 search operation: Australian agency releases new 3D images of search area in Indian Ocean

By: || Updated: 01 Jan 1970 12:00 AM
Melbourne: The Australian agency heading the search operation to locate MH370 has reportedly released three dimensional images of the Indian Ocean seabed which is believed to be the resting place of the missing aircraft.

 

 

 

The identification of the features of the seabed is expected to assist navigators during underwater search phase, reported News.com.au.

 

The report said that a priority search area is being finalized by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau ahead of the arrival of search vessels carrying crews and sensitive sonar equipment next month.

 

The 57 million dollars operation is aimed at locating the Malaysia Airlines ' Boeing 777 flight that disappeared on March 8 along with 239 passengers while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

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