Thailand informed this Thursday that one of their satellites has identified “300 objects of different sizes” floating in the area which is suspected the plane of Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 fell into the sea.
This has been assured by Anond Snidvongs, Director of the Development Space Technology Agency in Thailand, adding that the objects have been recorded about 2,700 kilometers southwest of the Australian city of Perth.
Last Monday, the objects detected by satellite Thaichote were about 200 miles from where France recorded 112 items last Sunday said, Anond.
Meanwhile, storms, heavy rains, high winds and low visibility have forced to suspend for a second time in three days the search operations of the remains of flight MH370.
The aircraft and ships fleet from six countries had planned today to track two areas with a total surface of 78,000 square kilometers, as reported by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) in a statement. But the planes have been able only looking for about two hours, and have not found anything yet.