Suspected MH370 debris pieces 'too small' for rescue ships to detect
Australian search team has reportedly revealed that the rescue vessel of the Australian Navy is unable to detect the pieces of debris suspected to be of the missing Malaysia Airline passenger jet.
After it was revealed that 122 potential objects of debris were found floating in the southern Indian Ocean, investigators began the on-water hunt for the missing jet that was carrying 239 people onboard.
According to news.com.au, captain of the HMAS Success, Captain Allison Norris said that the pieces were so small that they couldn't be picked on the ship's radar.
She said that they would adjust their search pattern to maximise the possibility of finding something in the water, but by far they haven't sighted anything related to the missing flight.
Norris said that the type of wreckage or object they are looking for is so close to the water line that their radars would not be able to pick it up.
The Flight MH370 went missing on March 8 shortly after take off from Kuala Lumpur on March 8 and only in this week it was confirmed that the plane was lost with no chance of survival of any passengers or crew.
(Posted on 27-03-2014)