PHOTOS: More debris found in the search for MH370

More debris has been found as the search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 continues.

An Australian civil aircraft reported sightings of small objects in the Indian Ocean during the ongoing search for the missing plane.

A Chinese satellite also picked up images of objects that could possibly be related to the incident.

A woman writes on the message board in support of the passengers and family members of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, at a shopping mall in Damansara near Kuala Lumpur. Photo: REUTERS

A woman writes on the message board in support of the passengers and family members of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, at a shopping mall in Damansara near Kuala Lumpur. Photo: REUTERS

A woman walks past a message board in support of the passengers and family members of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, at a shopping mall in Bangsar near Kuala Lumpur. Photo: REUTERS

A woman walks past a message board in support of the passengers and family members of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, at a shopping mall in Bangsar near Kuala Lumpur. Photo: REUTERS

China officials reporting they have satellite images that may be related to MH370. Photo: Reuters

China officials reporting they have satellite images that may be related to MH370. Photo: Reuters

Satellite imagery provided to Australian Maritime Safety Authority of objects that may be possible debris of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. Photo: Supplied

Satellite imagery provided to Australian Maritime Safety Authority of objects that may be possible debris of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. Photo: Supplied

Seaweed is pictured floating in the southern Indian Ocean seen from a Royal New Zealand Air Force P-3K2 Orion aircraft searching for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 on Saturday. Photo: Reuters

Seaweed is pictured floating in the southern Indian Ocean seen from a Royal New Zealand Air Force P-3K2 Orion aircraft searching for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 on Saturday. Photo: Reuters

Search area. Photo: Andrew Meares

Search area. Photo: Andrew Meares

This handout Satellite image made available by the AMSA (Australian Maritime Safety Authority) shows a map of the planned search area for missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 on March 21, 2014. Photo: Handout

This handout Satellite image made available by the AMSA (Australian Maritime Safety Authority) shows a map of the planned search area for missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 on March 21, 2014. Photo: Handout

This Friday, March 21, 2014 graphic provided by Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), shows an area in the southern Indian Ocean that the AMSA is concentrating its search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 on. Planes are flying out of Australia again to search for two objects detected by satellite that may be debris from a missing Malaysian Airlines jetliner. Image from Australian Maritime Safety Authority Photo: Supplied

This Friday, March 21, 2014 graphic provided by Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), shows an area in the southern Indian Ocean that the AMSA is concentrating its search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 on. Planes are flying out of Australia again to search for two objects detected by satellite that may be debris from a missing Malaysian Airlines jetliner. Image from Australian Maritime Safety Authority Photo: Supplied

Area searched. Photo: Andrew Meares

Area searched. Photo: Andrew Meares

Journalists watch the announcement from John Young, general manager of the emergency response division of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority, about satellite imagery of debris possibly from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in Putrajaya, Malaysia. Photo: Reuters

Journalists watch the announcement from John Young, general manager of the emergency response division of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority, about satellite imagery of debris possibly from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in Putrajaya, Malaysia. Photo: Reuters

Stars are seen in the sky above the southern Indian Ocean as a Royal New Zealand Air Force P-3K2 Orion aircraft returns to Perth from its 11-hour long flight searching for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 on Saturday. Photo: Reuters

Stars are seen in the sky above the southern Indian Ocean as a Royal New Zealand Air Force P-3K2 Orion aircraft returns to Perth from its 11-hour long flight searching for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 on Saturday. Photo: Reuters

A Royal Australian Air Force AP-3C Orion flies past HMAS Success as they search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in the southern Indian Ocean on March 22, 2014. Photo: AFP/Pool

A Royal Australian Air Force AP-3C Orion flies past HMAS Success as they search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in the southern Indian Ocean on March 22, 2014. Photo: AFP/Pool

Royal Australian Air Force Flight Engineer, Warrant Officer Ron Day from 10 Squadron, keeps watch for any debris as he flies in an AP-3C Orion over the Southern Indian Ocean during the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. Photo: HANDOUT

Royal Australian Air Force Flight Engineer, Warrant Officer Ron Day from 10 Squadron, keeps watch for any debris as he flies in an AP-3C Orion over the Southern Indian Ocean during the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. Photo: HANDOUT

A Royal Australian Air Force P3 Orion takes off from Pearce air base to recommence a search for possible debris. Photo: Getty

A Royal Australian Air Force P3 Orion takes off from Pearce air base to recommence a search for possible debris. Photo: Getty

Sturla Henriksen, director general of the Norwegian Shipowner's Association (C) and Ingar Skiaker, CEO of Hoeegh Autoliners attend a press conference on March 20, 2014 in Oslo on the movements of the vessel "Hoeegh St Petersburg". The Norwegian ship reached the area of the Indian Ocean where possible debris of the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 plane were spotted, shipping company Hoeeg Autoliners said on March 20, 2014. Photo: AFP

Sturla Henriksen, director general of the Norwegian Shipowner's Association (C) and Ingar Skiaker, CEO of Hoeegh Autoliners attend a press conference on March 20, 2014 in Oslo on the movements of the vessel "Hoeegh St Petersburg". The Norwegian ship reached the area of the Indian Ocean where possible debris of the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 plane were spotted, shipping company Hoeeg Autoliners said on March 20, 2014. Photo: AFP

John Young from AMSA and Air Commodore John McGarry from Defense addressed a press conference by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority in relation to the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 in Canberra. Photo: Andrew Meares

John Young from AMSA and Air Commodore John McGarry from Defense addressed a press conference by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority in relation to the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 in Canberra. Photo: Andrew Meares

John Young addressed a press conference by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority in relation to the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 in Canberra. Photo: Andrew Meares

John Young addressed a press conference by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority in relation to the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 in Canberra. Photo: Andrew Meares

John Young addressed a press conference by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority in relation to the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 in Canberra. Photo: Andrew Meares

John Young addressed a press conference by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority in relation to the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 in Canberra. Photo: Andrew Meares

Prime Minister Tony Abbott during question time in Parliament House in Canberra. Photo: Andrew Meares

Prime Minister Tony Abbott during question time in Parliament House in Canberra. Photo: Andrew Meares