A Boeing 777 flaperon was used to test how ocean currents and wind would have moved debris from the crash.
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Missing flight MH370 "most likely" lies north of a former search zone in the remote Indian Ocean, Australian authorities said Friday, in a new report that offers hope the plane may one day be found.Relatives pleaded for the search to be extended following analysis by Australian and international experts released in December that concluded the aircraft was not in the search zone but may be further north.Three fragments were also recovered from the plane outside the official search zone on western Indian Ocean shores, including a two-meter wing part known as a flaperon found on La Reunion island.Australia said in January when the full area was scoured that the hunt would not be restarted without "credible new evidence".
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