Robotic Submarine Dove into the Ocean in Search for Missing Malaysian Plane
Malaysia’s missing plane’s search campaign Authorities says that to investigate about signals received from the depths of the sea; Australia will deploy a small submarine soon.
This is the first time that the search for submerged، submarine is being used.
Australian Joint Agency Coordination Center’s chief Angus Houston said on Monday that the purpose of this act is to assure whether those signals were from missing passenger plane.
Talking to reporters in the Australian city Perth he said that ‘The Blue Fin 21’ that propelled submerged at the bottom of the sea to find the ship’s wreckage will be dispatched as soon as possible.
We have not received any signal from past 6 days so this is the time go under the sea.
Houston said on Sunday, at one point in the Indian Ocean they traced oil lubrication but it will take time to determine where it came from.
Officials have warned that if the flight recording transmitter’s battery has been ended then research personnel will lose the main purpose of the search.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has consistently been saying that within five kilometers of the Indian Ocean and a thousand kilometers away from the earth to find something is a big task, because of that the early completion is not possible.
Boeing 777 was missing at the beginning of last month while traveling from Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.