The search strategy working group (SSWG) investigating the loss of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (MH370) has used overlapping results from new analyses to identify a 60,000-sq.-km. (37,300-sq.-mi.) region as the next area of focus. It is farther south along the seventh arc off Australia’s west coast, which analysis by Inmarsat helped establish as the likely area where MH370 ended up, probably after running out of fuel. The new search effort includes two phases: a bathymetric effort now ...
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