NYT: Has Amelia Earhart’s Plane Been Found?

Finding Amelia Earhart’s Plane Seemed Impossible. Then Came a Startling Clue.

Robert Ballard has found the Titanic and other famous shipwrecks. This month his crew started trying to solve one of the 20th century’s greatest mysteries. Amelia Earhart perched atop the nose of her plane in 1936. Credit Credit The New York Times Robert Ballard is the finder of important lost things.

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