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Satellites Spot 2 Objects That Could be Part of Missing Flight 370

Searchers are getting ready to resume their efforts to locate debris in the Southern Indian Ocean. Satellites spotted 2 objects that could be part of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
"If this debris is indeed part of that plane, then it kind of dashes that wishful thinking."
Searchers are getting ready to resume their efforts to locate debris in the Southern Indian Ocean.  Satellites spotted 2 objects that could be part of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. 

They might not look like much but this set of objects are enough to renew hope in solving the mystery of the missing Malaysian Airlines jet.

Australian satellites located them a few days ago.  They were floating in unforgiving waters, 1500 miles from the Southwest coast of Australia.  One of the pieces is an estimated 79 feet long.

This latest discovery has searchers scouring the Southern Indian Ocean.  A massive Norwegian merchant ship is already on location.

Australian officials resume the search by air at daybreak.  This is not the first time hope hangs on a set of blurry images.  Similar satellite images were captured over the South China Sea last week and that turned out to be a false lead.

Each development continues opening up emotions for the families of the vanished passengers.

The partner of Philip Wood, the only American adult on-board the flight was praying for a miracle.

"If this debris is indeed part of that plane, then it kind of dashes that wishful thinking."

Her steadfast faith is test by a couple of pictures. 
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