March 12th, 2014
10:28 PM ET

Several false leads in the Flight 370 search

Chinese satellite images released today are offering families some hope that the plane their loved ones were on may have been spotted. But in the days since Flight 370 disappeared there have already been reports of oils slicks and debris that proved to be false. Anderson discussed today's developments with MIT professor of aeronautics and astronautics John Hansman and CNN's Richard Quest.

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  1. bglitten

    Isn't it embarassing that the Chinese satellite found the potential wreckage as opposed to the US? Was the NSA too busy listening to US citizens to bother with satellite imaging? We're picking on the Chinese for taking so long to release the info. I'd bet that we had satellites scutinizing the South China Sea and that region in general.

    March 13, 2014 at 12:08 am |

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