• http://www.businessinsider.com, Elizabeth Kreft,
Two hundred and 39 people, parts of the plane, suitcases, seat cushions
that are supposed to float — it just seems that something, even the
smallest shred of evidence, must be out there waiting to be spotted.
At least, that’s the thinking behind the DigitalGlobe effort; the aerial imaging company has fixed their orbiting satellite
cameras on the Gulf of Thailand and surrounding regions where the
missing Boeing 777 was last tracked.
The Colorado-based company says crowdsourcing the search is the best
solution to finding clues. By making their high-resolution images
available to the public, potentially hundreds of thousands of eyes can
inspect the search areas and help to look for yet-unspotted traces of
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