PERTH, Australia -- Five ships searching the southern Indian Ocean for the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner continue to hunt for objects spotted in vague satellite images.

Thailand says one of its satellites has detected 300 objects of various sizes about 125 miles from the area where a French satellite on Sunday spotted 122 objects. The Thai image was captured Monday.

Stormy weather forced 11 planes that also were searching to return to base after only a few hours today. The Australian Maritime Safety Authority says "there was no visibility" and the planes' efforts were "not useful."

Planes have been flying out of Perth for a week, looking without any success for the objects in the satellite images. Finding them could give physical confirmation that Flight 370 crashed and allow searchers to narrow the hunt for the wreckage of the plane and its black boxes.