Exactly 30 days after its disappearance, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370's fate remains a mystery. Over the weekend, authorities reported a potentially promising lead in the search for the black box: a U.S. Navy pinger locator towed by an Australian ship detected signals consistent with transmissions from aircraft black boxes.
And on Monday, Malaysia's transport minister would not rule out hope for survivors, saying "Miracles do happen."
What's next in the search? And what have we learned in the past month?
NBC News hosted a live and interactive webcast at 1:15 p.m. ET on Monday to answer those questions and more of yours. Hosted by Harry Smith and including Tom Costello and former NTSB investigator Greg Feith, viewers submitted questions using the hashtag #AskNBCNews on Twitter and Facebook.
Return later this afternoon to watch the video on-demand.
First published April 7 2014, 8:58 AM