Australian scientists say they have captured unusual underwater sounds on the day MH370 vanished

The 'dull oomph' could have been the sound of the plane hitting water.

This may be a key point in the search for MH370 – although chances are very small.

Australian researchers from Curtin University recorded weird and unknown underwater sounds the same day – March 8 2014 – the Malaysia Airlines plane MH370 unexpectedly lost contact and vanished.

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According to scientists, this ‘high impact,’ low-frequency noise detected about 5,000km off Cape Leeuwin, WA, could have been emitted when the MH370 hit the ocean water. However,  the lead scientist acknowledged the chances it is linked to the jet are slim since the sound appears to have originated well outside the jet’s projected flight path that officials determined based on satellite and radar data.

And as you have probably noticed it, there are a lot of unexplained sounds in the ocean.

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