May 9th, 2014
10:22 PM ET

Are investigators looking for Flight 370 in the wrong ocean?

Investigators looking for Flight 370 had little information to work with when they determined the missing plane likely crashed into the Indian Ocean off the coast of Perth, Australia. Now scientists and engineers are questioning everything from the satellite data to those pings heard deep underwater. They say Flight 370 may be nowhere near the current search zone, and it might not even be in the Indian Ocean. Ari Schulman wrote an extensive piece about this in the Atlantic. Anderson spoke with him, along with CNN Aviation Analyst Miles O'Brien and CNN Safety Analyst David Soucie.

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  1. degunter

    I found the story about the search for Steve Fossett very interesting. I remember going online and looking for the wreckage on satellite images, as I also did for MH370. My question is, knowing where the Fossett wreckage was eventually found, has anyone ever gone back and looked at the satellite imagery for that exact location, after the crash, to see if anyone would have been able to identify the wreckage in the satellite imagery?

    May 13, 2014 at 9:23 am |

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