Just in news.A Chinese satellite spot a possible debris of the missing MH370 Malaysian jet says the report published in Yahoo Phillippines! news. The Chinese sighting of possible debris is not far from where the last
confirmed position of the plane was in between Malaysia and Vietnam. The
images and coordinates were posted on the website of China's State
Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense.
A Xinhua report said the images from around 11 a.m. on Sunday appear to show "three suspected floating objects" of varying sizes in a 20-kilometer radius, the largest about 24-by-22 meters (79-by-72 feet) off the southern tip of Vietnam.
Defense and acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said planes had been sent to the area.
"We are still following leads on an hourly basis. The latest is on the Chinese satellite. I will give you the latest on that once I get confirmation," he said.
The flight MH370 with 239 people aboard disappeared just hours after leaving Kuala Lumpur for Beijing early Saturday without any distress call.The plane was heading east over the South China Sea when it disappeared, but authorities believe it may have turned back and headed into the upper reaches of the Strait and Malacca or beyond.
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