These Scientists, A Machine, Helped Solve Air Force's 8-Year-Old Mystery

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  • Published On: February 21, 2024
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An eight-year-long mystery was solved last month after the debris of a missing Indian Air Force aircraft was detected at a depth of 3.4 km in the Indian Ocean, off the Chennai coast. The feat, which brought closure to 29 families and showcased India's capabilities in exploring the oceanic depths, was achieved by the National Institute of Ocean Technology.

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