Tags : Debris

Asia

Indonesia Recovers Debris Believed to be From Missing Submarine

Communication with the submarine was lost on Wednesday, as it was conducting a torpedo drill in waters north of the island of Bali. According to reports, the oxygen supply in the submarine was expected to run out this morning. A missing Indonesian Navy sub has been discovered in the waters near Bali, at a depth […]Read More

News

Possible MH370 Debris Found in Mozambique Sent to Australia for

An object believed to be part of the Boeing 777 plane that disappeared in 2014 was found in Mozambique and will be examined by investigators in Australia. MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Malaysian Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said on Twitter that there is “high possibility debris found in Mozambique belongs to a B777” but warned against […]Read More

North

Mysterious Fireball Hits Northern Sky

LAMPANG — The sky in northern Thailand this morning saw not only the second light of 2016, but also a 30-second long fireball. Aside from in Lampang, the mysterious light was also seen in many places up north including Chiang Rai, Loei and as far south as Phitsanulok. Read more: khaosodenglish.com By Sasiwan MokkhasenRead More

Asia

More suspected plane debris washes ashore on Maldives island

Debris believed to be part of an aircraft has washed ashore on an uninhabited island in the Maldives. The fragment, suspected to be from a wing, was found on Mendhoo island, within the Laamu Atoll. The finding comes after several pieces of suspected plane debris washed ashore on the resort island Vabbinfaru, within the Kaafu […]Read More

Phuket

Satellite debris found in Phuket waters

Debris from an Indian satellite were discovered by Royal Thai Navy personnel floating in the waters off western Phuket yesterday (March 28). The satellite debris come from the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV). Read more: thephuketnews.comRead More

Phuket

Navy warns of space debris landing near Phuket

PHUKET: The Royal Thai Navy has issued a warning to all shipping to stay away from an area of the Andaman Sea where components of an Indian space shot are likely to fall back into the sea after launch. The exact date of the launch of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) is not certain. […]Read More