Scientists at the University of Western Australia (UWA), who predicted where debris from the plane would be found two years ago, have now said where they think it may have actually gone down.Professor Charitha Pattiaratchi told media that the university’s “reverse-drift modelling” technique had found the likely resting place.
He said the site in question was at longitude 96.5 E latitude 32.5 S, with a 40km (25 miles) radius.
The suspected crash site is towards the northern end of the 46,000 square miles search area, which found no trace of the overall plane, in the southern Indian Ocean.
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