Malaysia Airlines
Flight engineer Sergeant Jush Rumis (R) and Flight Lieutenant Jason Nichols aboard a Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) AP-3C Orion fly over the southern Indian Ocean during the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 March 22, 2014. China said on Saturday it had a new satellite image of what could be wreckage from a missing Malaysian airliner, as more planes and ships headed to join an international search operation scouring some of the remotest seas on Earth. Reuters

Still no sign of the Malaysia Airlines aircraft that went missing a couple of weeks ago. They are still searching and they have had no luck. But China announced that they have satellite images of a large object floating, but when Australia led a search, they found no sign of it on Saturday.

Relatives and loved ones of the passengers and crew members have been waiting for answers and they get is unfulfilled leads, just hoping that every piece of evidence that they thing belongs to the aircraft does, but until now they have not had luck.

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority said that the spot where they supposedly saw the object was one of the areas included on Saturday’s search areas, but they did not find any object at all. The object was supposedly seen floating 77 miles from the debris found earlier in the search.

Australian Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss said "It is more likely that a pair of eyes are going to identify something floating in the ocean.” AMSA said that during Saturday’s search a civil aircraft saw, with the naked eye, small objects floating.

"The fact that it's six days ago that this imagery was captured does mean that clearly what objects were there, are likely to have moved a significant different distance as a result of currents and winds. It's also possible that they've just drifted to the bottom of the ocean bed, and the ocean in this area is between 3 and 5 kilometers deep. So it's a very, very deep part of the ocean, very remote. And all that makes it particularly difficult." Truss said

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