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Looking for wreckage in an ocean full of garbage

Planes are searching from the air looking for any signs of wreckage from Flight 370. So far plenty of debris has been spotted, but none of it is from the missing plane. 67 more words

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What is it like to be at the controls of a massive ferry?

The South Korean ferry is nearly than 500 feet long, 72 feet wide and weighs 6,825 tons. What is it like to try to control a ship like that? 6 more words

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What if the Flight 370 search zone is completely wrong?

Search officials say they are convinced they are looking in the right area for Flight 370. But, so far, there is no sign of any wreckage from the missing plane. 28 more words

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Will the Flight 370 disappearance lead to new aviation advances?

The FAA announced the completion of a new system for tracking aircraft that relies mainly on satellites and GPS rather than radar. It will be mandatory by the year 2020. 38 more words

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Sonar submarine hits a snag on its first search for Flight 370

The first day of the underwater sonar search for Flight 370 came to an early and abrupt end today. The Bluefin-21 unmanned submarine reached an area of the ocean that was deeper than expected. 66 more words

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Are black boxes really the key to solving the Flight 370 mystery?

Australia’s Prime Minister says he is confident a series of pings is coming from Flight 370′s black boxes. If they are in the area where searchers are looking, they could be nearly three miles below the ocean’s surface. 42 more words

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