Images from a Chinese satellite show potential wreckage from the missing Malaysian Airlines plane in the South China Sea, near the flight's projected path. The images have not yet been investigated by search teams, but would corroborate an eye-witness account from an oil rig worker who claims he spotted an aircraft on fire. It would, however, clash with claims that the plane turned course. The last known radar signal transmitted from the flight came at 2:14 a.m. on Saturday, according to Malaysian authorities. The last contact was a message from the cockpit saying, "All right, good night."