Former US Air Force intelligence officer, Tony RomeoPictures of the alleged suspect were published airplane I found who Amelia Earhart. The mystery of the pilot's disappearance that occurred 87 years ago can finally be answered. The vehicle is located at a depth of approximately 5,000 metres. Halfway between Australia and Hawaiiwhere Amelia was supposed to land in July 1937. Romeo was convinced by the discovery and there is some data in his favor.
The (alleged) discovery of the plane
there Deep sea visionan American ocean shipping company, says it has done just that Finding Amelia Earhart's plane. Pictures taken by a drone show a vehicle similar to that of the missing pilot. This may indeed be the end of a mystery that has persisted for nearly 90 years.
There is some evidence besides Tony Romeo, head of the team exploring the bottom of the Pacific Ocean to find Earhart's plane. For example, the shape and dimensions are very similar Lockheed 10-E Electra Earhart and the place of discovery were located directly along the route planned by the pilot.
Who was Amelia Earhart?
Amelia Earhart She was the first woman to cross the Atlantic Ocean by plane, but as a passenger. That was in 1928, and he declared from a young age his passion for flying. In 1931 she married George Putnam, a businessman who sponsored her flights.
In 1932, Amelia covered 2,026 miles in 14 hours and 75 minutes, setting world time. Register for the fastest ride for this road. A few months later, that same year, she became the first woman to cross the Pacific Ocean. In 1937 he left to pursue his dream: Go all over the world On the trip.
Incident in the Pacific Ocean
It was July 2, 1937, when Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan, they disappeared. They were on board a Lockheed Model 10 Electra plane, and between one contact and another with the island where it was supposed to land, there was a contact incident.
Through radio communications, the final moments of the flight can be reconstructed. Earhart says so We're running out of fuelAlthough the tank was suitable for the planned crossing. Over time, experts tried to offer an explanation: cloud shadows over the ocean may have confused pilots.
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