Nothing in this image jumps out strongly. But there is a faint, diffuse, pale anomaly not far west of the general location where we estimate MH370 was when contact was lost. It appears to be horseshoe-shaped.
The very approximate center of this is located at 8.551422° N latitude / 102.680976° E longitude.
As best I can tell, this anomaly seems to be high-altitude cloud or smoke; there is an even fainter dark anomaly to the west that suggests a shadow. But I have to say, this is quite speculative. It might also be some kind of phytoplankton bloom or other ocean-color feature. And if it is smoke, 10 hours seems like an awfully long time for it to hang around. See for yourself:
|Detail from Landsat-8 image (inset) showing location of pale anomaly relative to our estimate of MH370's flight path (bold orange line) and waypoints discussed in our earlier blog post.|