No news is filtering out of the Seabed Constructor. The ultra-sophisticated ship that carries satellite vehicles can scan the equivalent of 140,000 football fields (1,000 sq km) in just 24 hours.
While such scrutiny has been hitherto impossible, it did not make any findings of the MH370 and time is running out.
The Seabed Constructor, it is said, could cost between US$70,000 and US$100,000 per day to operate.
The company running the operations Ocean Infinity said they have 90 days to find the aeroplane.
But the Malaysian authorities said in early March the search will continue until the end of June.
Note that no information is coming out of the Seabed Constructor.
News agencies are saying the crew is waving “strict confidentiality obligations” as the buffer for not telling anything to the media.
The Ocean Infinity submarines have already scanned far more than the 25,000 sq km designated by Australia as the zone most likely to contain MH370.
No sign of any Boeing at the bottom of the ocean in the areas scanned so far.
The millions of people waiting for information on the search are still in the dark while everyone is now wondering whether the plane is really lost in the cold deep ocean?