The Malaysian Defense and Interim Minister of Transportation, Hishammuddin Hussein, has announced this wednesday that France has provided new satellite images that show 122 objects in the southern zone of the Indian Ocean where it is believed that the Boeing 777 of Malaysia Airlines crashed.
Hishamudin explained during a press conference in Penang, capital of Malaysia, that the pictures were taken on March 23 and belong to the Airbus Defence & Space.
The Minister has detailed that some of the objects, located 2,557 miles southwest of the Australian city of Perth, are up to 23 meters length, they shine and float, indicating that may be solids.
For its part, Australia has resumed the search operations of the plane wreckage of Malaysia Airlines this Wednesday, according to the announcement made on Monday night by the Malaysian authorities.
The localization operations of the place where the device was precipitated into the water and possible remains have become a race against time, because the black box batteries only have power for 30 days, and it’s been 19.