Underwater Drone Search For Missing Malaysia Airlines Jet MH370 Called Off For A SECOND Consecutive Day Due To Technical Issue -- Daily Mail
* Drone's operators brought it back to surface today to rectify technical issue
* Earlier in week it sent itself back to surface when safety mechanism kicked in
* Data was downloaded from device before it was put back to work again
* Initial analysis of data showed it had not detected anything significant
In yet another embarrassing setback for searchers hunting for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, a high-tech underwater drone has been forced back to the surface for the second time.
It sent itself back to the surface earlier this week after its safety mechanism kicked in as it tried to reach the bottom of the Indian Ocean - but today it was its operators who brought it back up.
The Joint Agency Co-ordination Centre (JACC) announced today that the autonomous underwater vehicle, Bluefin-21, had been forced to resurface to rectify a technical issue.
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