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Free Imagery Available Now: Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Search Zone

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Friday, March 14th 2014


BlackBridge shared this via e-mail: 

BlackBridge is collecting RapidEye imagery over the search zone and making it available to both the media and the public. We will be updating the imagery regularly, as weather conditions allow.
 
In order to assist search efforts, a tool powered by Mapbox is available online (link to our page) so that anyone anywhere can help by searching the imagery and marking spots if something that could be a part of the plane is found. As the search area widens, crowdsourcing through free imagery and user-friendly search tools will become an even bigger part of finding flight 370.
 
For more information visit  http://blackbridge.com/rapideye/news/action/malaysiaair.html. We are happy to assist the media’s coverage of major events whenever possible, do not hesitate to contact us using the information below.
 
Kind regards,
 
The BlackBridge Team

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