Tag: MH370

Malaysia Airlines: First Major Airline To Use Satellite Technology To Track Own Fleet

Malaysia Airlines will be the first airline to use space-based satellite technology to track its planes. Malaysia Airlines is still reeling from the 2014 disaster when its Flight 370 disappeared in the Indian Ocean.

Business Tech April 19, 2017

Suspected MH370 Debris Found In Mauritius

Debris suspected to be part of the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 was discovered in one of the islands of Mauritius. If confirmed, it would be the first piece of interior debris from the missing aircraft.

Society April 4, 2016

Plane Debris In Mozambique Channel May Be From Missing MH370: Here's What The Initial Investigation Has Revealed So Far

A plane debris got washed up on a sandbar off Mozambique. According to Malaysia's Transport Minister, there's a 'high possibility' that the piece is a part of a Boeing 777, but it's still too soon to determine whether it's from the Flight MH370.

Society March 3, 2016

First Digital Map Of Seafloor Details Geological Features Of Ocean Basins

Researchers in Australia looked at about 15,000 seafloor samples to come up with a new digital map of the Earth's sea floor color-coded in 13 different hues.

Animals August 14, 2015

Barnacles Could Help Find Missing Malaysia Airlines MH370: Here's How

Barnacles covering a piece of debris that washed up on a French island have the potential to aid in determining the location of the missing flight MH370, according to ecologists.

August 4, 2015

Here's What Happened To Malaysia Airlines MH370, According To Mathematicians

An applied mathematician and his team conducted numerical simulations on what really happened to the doomed Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. They proposed a scenario that could explain why no wreckage has yet been found.

Society June 10, 2015

Missing AirAsia Flight QZ8501 and Malaysia Airlines MH370: Similarities and Differences of These Air Travel Tragedies

The AirAsia flight that went missing on Sunday eerily resembles the Malaysia Airlines flight that suffered a similar fate, but experts think the differences between the two could be key to the former’s discovery.

Society December 29, 2014

What People Googled for Most in 2014? It's Robin Williams (and Not Flappy Bird or Frozen)

A comedian, a sporting event and a virus. Those and more are the most important things to us in 2014 as compiled by Google search.

Internet December 19, 2014

MH370 not yet found: Emirates chief suggests hijack as possible reason behind mysterious disappearance

Emirates Airlines head Tim Clark believes that the doomed Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 did not end up in the Indian Ocean. He said that control of MH370 may have been taken over.

Society October 11, 2014

MH370 not yet found: Disappearance of jetliner prompts calls for better tracking and location technology

In a conference initiated by the NTSB, aviation experts proposed technological advances that could help improve the feasibility of tracking and locating missing aircraft such as the Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370.

FUTURE TECH October 9, 2014

MH370: Search continues for plane that disappeared seven months ago

The search for Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 continues seven months after the disappearance of the plane. Now, investigators are starting to look to the south of their current search area.

Life October 8, 2014

Phone call re-analyzed, raises hopes of finding Malaysia Airlines flight 370

New analysis of attempts by ground staff to contact missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 suggests possible modification of main search area. Satellite "handshake" suggests aircraft turned south earlier than thought, investigators say.

Animals August 28, 2014

Where is MH370? Dutch firm Fugro faces challenges but optimistic

Search efforts for the missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370 (MH370) increases. Dutch firm Fugro contracted to search the sea floor of the southern Indian Ocean to find remains of the airline.

Society August 11, 2014

Dutch deep-water vehicles to scour ocean for missing Malaysian jet

Dutch firm with underwater exploration experience will take on search for missing Malaysian Airline Flight MH370. Year-long effort to start in September.

Life August 7, 2014

Australia delegates search of missing MH370 to Dutch firm Fugro Survey

Almost eight months after MH370 went missing, Dutch firm Fugro Survey was given the green light to conduct a search operation starting September. Authorities hope to find the wreckage soon.

Society August 6, 2014

MH370: How can unmanned submarines help in the search of the missing plane?

Search teams looking for the missing Malaysian Airlines aircraft may soon be joined by Autonomous Underwater Vehicles. These AUVs may be the perfect tools needed to finally solve the mystery of the missing MH370.

Robotics April 3, 2014

Ocean of garbage makes search for Flight MH370 doubly difficult

While the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 continues, the search efforts are hampered by large amounts of ocean garbage. Some experts say that the search could take years.

Earth/Environment April 2, 2014

MH370 search continues: Is the missing Malaysian Airline on the Broken Ridge 19000 ft. underwater?

The current search area for the missing Malaysian airplane is now around 123,000 square miles. While the search teams may have to deal with depths up to 19,000 feet, the current area is relatively near land and may ease the efforts to find the plane.

Life March 31, 2014

Satellite images from Japan and Thailand find 300 new objects in the search for MH370

New satellite imagery from Japan and Thailand shows 300 objects in the Southern Indian Ocean, the presumed crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.

Society March 27, 2014

Malaysia Airlines officials defend MH370 text message announcement

It's more than two weeks since Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappeared, with still no trace of the aircraft or indication as to why it went missing. Malaysian officials have announced that it went down over the Indian Ocean though no wreckage or debris has been found. Officials were condemned for the use of text messages to inform families.

Society March 25, 2014

MH370 update: Debris spotted near Australia, FBI tapped to recover and examine flight simulator data

Satellite has spotted two objects, possibly pieces from the missing MH370, in the waters near the west coast of Australia. The FBI has also been tapped to help with the investigation.

Society March 20, 2014

Cybercriminals steal data using fake video of missing MH370 on Facebook

Think before you click. Hackers and scammers have found the ongoing crisis on the missing Malaysia Airlines an opportunity to attack users and invade data.

Internet March 19, 2014

Where in the world is MH370: Is it the first case of cyber hijacking?

Intelligence officials believe that the MH370 may be the victim of a cyber hijack.

Life March 17, 2014

NASA helps in search of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370

Space agencies around the world, including NASA, are now on the lookout for missing Malaysian airliner MH370. How can they help?

Animals March 15, 2014

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 remains subject of countless theories; communication breakdown could be key

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is yet to be found, with several countries now participating in the search. It's thought the shut down times of the data reporting system and the transponder hold clues to where the flight crashed.

March 13, 2014

Malaysia Airlines MH370: Could crowdsourcing reveal pieces of the puzzle?

One of the latest developments in the hunt for answers around the vanishing Malaysia Airlines MH370 flight is the dawn of crowdsourced data. Millions of participants across the world are joining DigitalGlobe's attempt to find clues in thousands of kilometers worth of images of possible crash sites.

Society March 12, 2014

Malaysia Airlines MH370 mystery deepens: Phone calls go unanswered, oil slicks not from missing plane, 4 passengers used stolen passports to board

Questions around the missing Malaysian Airlines flight (MH370) continue, with no answers apparent as yet. Oil slicks thought to be from the plane are now found unrelated, while some relatives have been able to call passenger's phones.

Society March 10, 2014

Malaysia Airlines MH370 239 people still missing: More questions asked than answers found

Malaysia Airlines MH370 is still missing and is presumed to have crashed with 239 people on board. Has it become the victim of a terrorist attack?

Society March 9, 2014

Beijing-bound Malaysia Airlines MH370 vanishes with 239 people onboard: Reports of stolen passports and oil slicks surface

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 bound for Beijing, China, has gone missing with 239 people on board. There are reports of discovery of oil slick and two passengers who used stolen passports to board the flight.

Society March 8, 2014

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