15 days since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared

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It’s been 15-days since anyone has seen Malaysian Airlines Flight 370.

However, a Chinese Satellite did see something new on Saturday, which gave families in waiting a glimmer of hope.

Floating objects were picked up by the satellite in the Indian Ocean. 72-feet long and 43-feet wide pieces in the water provided the best lead Malaysia has seen in the search.

Unfortunately, the images did not turn out to be anything on day one. New planes are joining the search however, and will participate in the mission that will pick back up on Sunday. Officials are altering their search-course, given this new information.

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