According to a CNN article, DigitalGlobe, a Colorado company that owns one of the world's most advanced commercial satellite networks, is asking for volunteers to scour 1,235 square miles of satellite images for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370.
Luke Barrington of DigitalGlobe wants volunteers to tag anything that looks interesting, like anything resembling wreckage or life rafts.
Thousands of volunteers have responded, crashing the site.
"In many cases, the areas covered are so large, or the things we're looking for are so hard to find, that without the help of hundreds of thousands of people online, we'd never be able to find them," Barrington told CNN affiliate KMGH.
More satellites photos of the Strait of Malacca will be posted soon.
The company also called upon crowdsourcers in November after Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines, the tornado in Moore, Okla., the Colorado floods and in Russia for the Sochi Olympics.