PERTH, Australia, April 6 (Xinhua) -- Two ships were sent on Sunday to the area where a Chinese vessel had picked up pulse signals consistent with a black box beacon in search of missing flight MH370, Australian chief search coordinator said.
"HMS Echo and Australian Defence Vessel Ocean Shield are also being directed to join Haixun 01 as expeditiously as possible to assist with either discounting or confirming the detecting," Angus Houston, head of the Joint Agency Coordination Center, said at a press conference.
Correction of satellite data leads search priority southward
PERTH, Australia, April 6 (Xinhua) -- New correction of satellite data has shifted the priority to the southern part of the search area, Australia's chief coordinator said on Friday. Full story
Chinese aircraft spots new floating objects, search for MH370 intensified
PERTH, Australia, April 5 (Xinhua) -- A Chinese military aircraft searching for the missing Malaysian jetliner spotted white floating objects in the remote southern Indian Ocean west of here Saturday, Chinese military sources said. Full story
FLASH: CHINA SHARING EVERYTHING IN MISSING FLIGHT SEARCH: JACC CHIEF
FLASH: AUSTRALIA'S OCEAN SHIELD ALSO PICKS UP SUSPICIOUS PULSE SIGNAL: JACC CHIEF
FLASH: PULSE SIGNAL DETECTED IN SEARCH AREA OF HIGHEST POSSIBILITY: JACC CHIEF
FLASH: WATER WHERE PULSE SIGNAL DETECTED VERY DEEP: JACC CHIEF