MH370 did not find the search but accidentally solved the mystery of the wreck of nineteenth Century.

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 MH370 did not find the search but accidentally solved the mystery of the wreck of nineteenth Century.


The new round of search for the missing Malaysian MH370 airliner in May 4th has been officially launched in January this year, but no wreckage has yet been found. However, in the course of searching for Malaysia Airlines passenger plane earlier, there were unexpected findings, and even the mystery of the merchant ship disappeared 140 years ago. The Australian ABC television website and the Guardian reported that in May 2015 and December, during the search for the Malaysian Airlines MH370 airliner launched in the India ocean, the search team accidentally found 2 ship wrecks of about 35 kilometers, respectively, made of wood and iron. The Australian Transport Safety Bureau later asked experts from the Museum of Western Australia to check the sonar and image data of two sunken ships. These 2 sunken ships are considered to be the merchant ships carrying coal in nineteenth Century, and coal may come from England. Anderson, curator of the Museum of oceanographic archaeology, recently announced information about two shipwrecks. He said that the analysis of the wreckage and the historical records helped to determine the type of the ship, but it was difficult to determine the exact identity of the vessel itself because of the incomplete research on the missing ship. However, according to the existing information mainly from the shipping sources in the UK, some areas can be reduced. For the identity of the sunken ship, Anderson said that the wooden boat could be the W. Gordon double mast or the Malda La three mast. The W. Gordon disappeared on the voyage to Australia in Scotland in 1877, when there were 10 crew members on board. The Malda La disappeared during the voyage from Welsh to Indonesia in 1882. The iron ship, which was found in December 19, 2015, was most likely to be the west mountain ridge ship, which disappeared during the voyage from Britain to India in 1883, when the ships 28 crew had no news. The crew of the two ships may be carrying between 15 and 30 people, and more likely more passengers, so its hard to guess how many people died when the ship sank. The ship may have been sunk by a catastrophic event such as an explosion, which is common in coal transportation in nineteenth Century. Most of the materials scattered extensively on the seabed are the remnants of the coal cargo spilled from the hull when the ship collided, Anderson explained. In addition to these 2 achievements in 2015, the mysterious objects have been found in the search ship of the American submarine exploration company since 2018. Although the search for lost aircraft has not yet been harvested, the search team has said that the search will not end until mid June. In March 8, 2014, the Malaysian Airlines MH370 airliner lost its union on the way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, followed by a large search and rescue operation in many countries, but so far the aircraft has not been found to have fallen. Source: overseas web editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310 The crew of the two ships may be carrying between 15 and 30 people, and more likely more passengers, so its hard to guess how many people died when the ship sank. The ship may have been sunk by a catastrophic event such as an explosion, which is common in coal transportation in nineteenth Century. Most of the materials scattered extensively on the seabed are the remnants of the coal cargo spilled from the hull when the ship collided, Anderson explained. In March 8, 2014, the Malaysian Airlines MH370 airliner lost its union on the way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, followed by a large search and rescue operation in many countries, but so far the aircraft has not been found to have fallen.