Planes and ships continue with their search over at the Indian Ocean for hopes that they will find debris from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
Until now, there hasn’t been any concrete evidence on what happened to the said aircraft with its 239 passengers.
Five airplanes from Australia were deployed and circled the Indian Ocean particularly the place where their satellite caught two unidentified debris.
Even China deployed a couple of its vessels in Indian Ocean which are focused on the ocean with a distance of 1,500 miles from Southwest of Australia.
Three naval ships were set out to help with the Ice Breaker search ship “Xuelong” or the Snow Dragon.
Search operations in the said ocean will continue until tomorrow.
The Norwegian ship “Hoegh St. Petersburg” which has some Filipino seamen onboard also went to look for the missing airplane.
Yesterday, the P-8 Poseidon of the USA flew to the identified place where the Australian satellite picked up something.
However, only a freighter ship and two dolphins were seen at the said area.