Malaysian Airlines MH370 Satellite Image Search: Here's How You Can Help Find 'Missing' Plane

Huffington Post UKTechnology Mar 13, 2014

Malaysian Airlines MH370 Satellite Image Search: Here's How You Can Help Find 'Missing' Plane

The continued mystery surrounding the fate of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 has thousands of people turning to the internet for news, support -- and to try and lend their hands to help. And while early attempts to use satellite imagery to try and locate the Boeing 777 plane have not always gone to plan, there are hopes that a more consistent, organised effort could yield results. There are now several places that interested people can go to try and scour through images and data to try and help find the missing airliner, and discover the fate of its more than 239 passengers and crew. Perhaps the biggest effort is being undertaken with the help of DigitalGlobe, who are using their Tomnod crowdsourcing platform to power a massive database of satellite imagery for people to look through. Read full coverage

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