Search on.

By now, everyone has heard of the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. China has focussed 10 of its high resolution satellites on the gulf of Thailand, where the flight might be. A major search and rescue operation is ongoing with the co-operation of 9 countries. News Channels are beaming the latest reports as soon as they get them and people around the world are gazing at their TV screens wondering what happened to flight MH370. Turn your gaze to this.
Satellite firm DigitalGlobe is putting its Tomnod crowdsourcing platform to work in an effort to track down the whereabouts of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Volunteers are assigned a collection of satellite images to pore through and pin any possible clues or wreckage. It's your turn to do your bit.

If there is anything from that ill-fated flight that is lying on the surface of the earth, we will find it.
To solve one of the most intriguing mysteries of recent times, we must. The internet has power. It's time to show it.
You can join the search by clicking this link : Join the search

Stay safe! Stay online.
Editor-at-Large, Dudurudh
Anirudh Dinesh


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