Catherine Herridge brought us the latest report on America's Newsroom this morning after Australia's prime minister said Thursday that two objects possibly related to the missing Malaysia Airlines flight have been spotted on satellite imagery in the southern Indian Ocean.

Abbott cautioned, however, that the task of locating these objects will be extremely difficult and "it may turn out that they are not related to the search for flight MH370."

Herridge said so far, a very sophisticated aircraft called a P-8 Poseidon, belonging to the United States, made one pass over the area where the images were spotted, but came up with nothing. Herridge said Australia is in the lead of the search efforts, with help from the U.S. and New Zealand.

Herridge noted that the size of the objects, about 80 feet long, is consistent with a piece of a Boeing 777 and the images were taken in the redefined search area.

Check out a picture of the P-8 Poseidon below. The aircraft is the most advanced of its kind, capable of searching above and beneath the surface at the same time. It's made from a Boeing 737 and is capable of going as fast as 565 mph and traveling at altitudes of up 41,000 feet.


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