Receivers may have picked up a clue of the missing jet
June 4 , 2014
Months have passed and authorities have not been able to locate the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. However, it appears that two undersea receivers have picked up a low-frequency noise in the Indian Ocean.
"It's not even really a thump sort of a sound - its more of a dull oomph," a lead researcher said. However, the area where the noise came from is not consistent with the possible locations of the jet. The media reports indicate that scientists are revealing more information about this sound, but Australian authorities have been unwilling to order a new search based on it.
"If you ask me what's the probability related to the flight without the satellite data, it's 25 or 30%, but that's certainly worth taking a very close look at," a researcher said.