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An Australian exploration company says it might have found the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 — and it's not in the Indian Ocean.
The company, GeoResonance, claims it has identified possible wreckage from a commercial airliner on the ocean floor in the Bay of Bengal, Australia's 7News reports.
The company thinks it is MH370 because the wreckage wasn't showing up on images from the same area from before the plane disappeared. GeoResonance told 7News it had sent a report about its findings to authorities on April 15.
If this turns out to be the plane, then what where the 'pings' at the bottom of the Indian Ocean near Australia?
originally posted by: Chamberf=6
Here's another article that includes the imaging from the company compared to MH370, it looks like a pretty close match--providing that the plane first made a water landing and didn't completely break apart.
It show the different metals and alloys detected and where those would correspond to locations on the plane.