Did Amelia Earhart get lost near the Pacific Ocean?
Yes. Contact was lost with Earhart in the Pacific Ocean. There is some controversy over the last messages received, by both the Coast Guard Cutter Itasca, and also Naval vessels ( a virtual Task Force had been ordered to the area, including the Battleship Colorado and the Aircraft Carrier Lexington. The Lexington had just undergone a 24 hour speed trial at the full-blast speed (and we know what bulk a carrier displaces) Of 33 Knots! Something big was up!) There are a number of conflicting tales from shortwave fans and radio amateurs who may or may not have eavesdropped on Earhart, or more likely some YL (amateur slang for female operators, means Young Lady) with some morbid sense of humor. ( false emergency reports are a criminal offense as is well known. We are aware of Bizarre CB Accident hoaxers who have tied up rescue squads for hours and days. that"s off beam. in any case she went missinginthe vast Pacific Ocean.
Amelia Earth, her flight engineer, and her plane are belived to have been lost somewhere over the Pacific Ocean. It is now thought that the coordinates that she was given for her fuel stop at Howley Island in the Pacific Ocean were wrong. Knowing what you do about how latitude and longitude coordinates are written, wy would a wrong number have been so catastrophic for her?
Answer The B.T. make things disappear. Things like ships and airplanes. Amelia Earhart was the 7th thing (or person) to disappear in the B.T. Answer The most important effect of the B.T. is how well it sells. Books, movies, and magazines find this a very profitable topic. Note: Amelia Earhart was lost in the Pacific Ocean, not the B.T., which is in the Atlantic Ocean. Just a little detail.
Nobody knows what happened to Amelia Earhart or how she got lost, but the facts seem to point to an island called Nikumaroro Island (formerly known as Gardner Island). apparently this is somewhere in the Pacific Ocean, near Howland Island, she may have survived as a castaway on this uninhabitated island, because a skeleton and some artifacts were found.
Amelia Earhart was killed because, she got lost, ran out of gas, was not good enough to fly around the world, and tried to do something that was bigger that she could accomplish. She needed to find Howland Island, a small island in the Pacific Ocean in order to reach safety and she missed it by enough miles, that she and Fred Noonah, crashed into the ocean and died. It was not the island that…
From all accounts and links, I have not found a name for her airplane. Amelia Earhart bought a Lockheed 10E Electra forher attempt to fly around the world in 1937. Her aircraft was lost in the Pacific Ocean and some people suspect the Japanese military did not want her spying on their business just before the start of WW2. I know what you are thinking. I've seen the commercial where they have a crashed airplane…
After setting numerous flight records, Ms. Earhart attempted - with flight navigator Frederick Noonan - to circumnavigate the world in an airplane. Contact with them was lost between New Guinea and Howland Island, a desolate island in the south Pacific belonging to the United States. It is presumed they crashed in the ocean, probably a valid presumption considering the abrupt and often brutal weather changes in this equatorial part of the ocean.
Amelia Earhart went to fly around the world in the year of 1937. She was then never found or seen again. People think that maybe the japanesse had found and captured Amelia and Fred Noonan. I believe that that answer is true. Because she was lost around where the japanesse was told to have captured them and then she had lost signal and had not been seen or heard since. Fred noonan has not been…
Is it true that the term idiom phrase saying or metaphor 'get lost' came from when Amelia Earhart had a divorce because of a conscience-attack rapprochement by her husband before her last flight?
Amelia Earhart was the first aviatrix (female pilot) to cross the Atlantic Ocean. She was awarded the U.S. Distinguished Flying Cross for that feat. She set many records and wrote quite a few books as well. she flew over the atlantic twice once with other people and once alone. she held the record for female-nonstop distance record and the shortest crossing time getting lost over the Pasific and never being found again
No, and she was lost quite awhile ago. If she was found today (April, 2008), she would be 110 years old. Some items that are believed to have belonged to her were found on an island in the south Pacific, but there was no sign of her body. it is a mystery because they can't until they find her airplane parts.