Missing since it disappeared from the skies on March 8, the search continues for Malaysian Airlines flight 370. Various pings this week led to encouragement west of Australia's coast, but no solid leads have turned up still. On Friday, an Australian search official dismissed reports that the data-recording black boxes on missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 had been found, as their battery life ticks down.
If these are pings from MH370, how much longer might they continue? What is next in the search? How realistic is it that we may never find the plane?
We answered those questions and more of yours at 1:15 p.m. ET Friday in a live webcast. Users submitted queries using the hashtag #AskNBCNews on Facebook and Twitter. The webcast was anchored by Anne Thompson and included Tom Costello and former NTSB investigator Greg Feith.
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