The search for possible debris of missing flight MH370 off the coast of Australia has entered its second day.
This is what we know:
:: Australian Maritime Safety Authority search operation concludes for the day without any sightings.
:: Australian Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss said objects spotted on satellite images in Indian Ocean may now have "sunk to the bottom".
:: Malaysia Airlines chief executive Ahmad Jauhari Yahya confirms lithium ion batteries were in hold of missing plane, but insists they are "approved" and not "dangerous goods".
:: Hishammuddin Hussein, acting minister of transport, said UK has offered list of assets to aid in search.
:: Three-hour meeting held with relatives of passengers on Thursday.
:: Five aircraft in total involved in search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
:: Three Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) P3 Orions, a civil Gulfstream jet and a US Navy P8 Poseidon aircraft are being used.
:: Due to the distance to and from the target area, the aircraft involved have approximately two hours of search time.
:: One merchant vessel is currently in the search area.
:: A second merchant vessel is due to arrive tonight.
:: At least seven Chinese ships are heading to the region but could take days to arrive.