Amelia Earhart: The picture could give the remains of the aviatrix
Amelia Earhart, American aviator famous for its flight marks the first attempt and air travel around the world on the equator, was declared dead after her disappearance somewhere in the Pacific Ocean on July 2, 1937. 75 years later, a team that had done a search expedition claims to have found the point where it is under the sea .
The search had begun in July. TIGHAR (The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery) began an expedition in search of the remains of the aviatrix. After completing and reviewing the photographs in submarine waters, which seem to have found the wreckage would. So Ric Gillespie told him:
We looked at those points where they should be the wreckage. Without wanting to exaggerate too, believe that we have a lot of tracks and seem to be adequate but we need a lot more work and we return to the area.
The first issue has cost 2.2 million dollars. The result is an image that forensic scientists say group shows part of the plane and even a wheel. Be found near the Pacific island of Nikumaroro.
A second expedition finally could ensure the whereabouts of Amelia Earhart.Tags: Amelia Earhart