Underwater sound recorded at Australian Uni may 'hold clues' to the missing Flight MH-370
Australian researchers at Curtin University have reportedly released an audio recording of an underwater sound that could possibly be related to the mystery of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370.
According to CNN, researchers at the university have been studying records from underwater listening devices, including those meant to monitor for signs of underwater nuclear explosions, in an effort to help find the missing plane.
University's Centre for Marine Science and Technology member, Alec Duncan said that they have detected one signal that could be related to the crash.
He added that at the moment the sound appears to be inconsistent with other data about the aircraft position.
Meanwhile, Martin Dolan, the chief commissioner with the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB), the organization leading the search into MH370 at the request of Malaysia, said that they have seen all the data and calculations, and at present they are reviewing those calculations to develop their own model to cross and verify the information, the report said.
(Posted on 04-06-2014)