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Indian Ocean / Missing Plane / Debris / A Discussion (Part I) #1087386

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 31, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Reunion Island: Nima Elbagir) The shipping to France of debris found on Reunion Island that is likely from the Malaysian Flight 370 that disappeared over the Indian Ocean & the search for more debris carried by the current while the search for the plane goes on discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Toulouse, France: Fred Pleitgen) The timetable for the analysis of the plane part after it arrives in France & the information that could be gathered from the part discussed; pane part shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Richard Quest, Woods Hole Inst. David Gallo & aviation analyst David Soucie about the plane part {flapiron} & the significance. [Using ocean currents maps, QUEST - shows the drift to Reunion Island.] [GALLO - comments on the prediction of where the debris could have drifted, on what can be learned from the aircraft part.] [SOUCIE - outlines the two options for the plane going into the ocean; talks about the capabilities of the French lab.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Elbagir, Nima;
Pleitgen, Fred

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