China Use 10 Satellites For Search Malaysia Airlines
Beijing’s rally to 10 satellites to track the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 since four days ago, Chinese state to media report Tuesday March 11, 2014.
A number of high resolution satellite, controlled from Xian Satellite Control Center in northern China, to be used for navigation, weather, communications, monitoring and other aspects of the search and rescue effort, report People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Daily.
Nearly two-thirds of the 250 people in the flight MH370 it comes from China, and if the aircraft was completely gone, it will be the second worst aircraft crash in the history of China.
Search teams from nine countries have joined the international search efforts, including from China, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, the United States, New Zealand, Australia, Indonesia, and Thailand.
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