A Chinese satellite investigated claims made by a British tech expert of spotting missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 in the Cambodian jungle. According to reports over the weekend, China used a space satellite to zoom in on a spot pinpointed by Ian Wilson on Google Earth as the location of the Boeing 777-200.
Last week, Wilson said he had found the missing jet in the dense forest of Cambodia. He also planned to travel to the area and conduct a helicopter search to back his claims.
The Chinese government used observation company Space View to focus in on the high-altitude area in an attempt to find the plane. However, the firm said there was no sign of any plane.