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Missing Flight 370 Satellite Data Released

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (CBS 2/FOX 28) - We have continuing coverage of missing Malaysian flight 370,
Early Tuesday morning, officials released the satellite data that they've been using to figure out where the plane might be.
This transparency means that independent agencies across the world can now take a look at the information.
Relatives of those on the flight have been questioning what authorities have really been doing to find their loved ones.
A satellite company that's been working with Malaysian authorities to find the plane says that even though they're releasing the information, it might not answer many questions.
The plane disappeared shortly after takeoff from Australia on March 8th.  
The most recent search efforts have been focused around the southern Indian Ocean.

 
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