Missing Argentine submarine matched the signal

Missing Argentine submarine matched the signal

Satellite signals for missing submarine off Argentina’s south coast The submarine, which went missing on Wednesday morning, had 44 occupants. News BBC.
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Officials say the satellite’s submarine signal is thought to be that of a missing submarine.

The San Juan submarine was returning to Usua at the end of a regular meal. It was heading for the Mar del Plata naval base, about 430 kilometers south of the capital.

Authorities last contacted the submarine on Wednesday morning. It lost contact with the submarine and has not been seen since.

On Saturday, the defense ministry failed to communicate seven times via satellite. Attempts to locate the submarine have failed.

A NASA aircraft is assisting them in this rescue operation in Argentina. The submarine is currently being searched in the South Atlantic Ocean. Britain and other countries have also offered to help Argentina.

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