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We are very grateful that a contributor has come forward to cover all the legal bills resulting from the Mellon lawsuit, including any appeals. Thank you, everyone, for your support!
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TIGHAR has relocated. Our new address and phone are:

TIGHAR • 2366 Hickory Hill Road • Oxford, PA • 19363 • USA
610-467-1937


Down To The Wire

Nai'aPreparations for the Niku VIII expedition are at a full gallop. Read the Land Team Briefing HERE.

HOWEVER, due to recent unforeseeable increases in airline and ROV costs, we will need to raise another $60,000 to give the expedition the full capability to conduct a thorough search of the areas we've targeted.

This expedition may be our last opportunity to find whatever more there is to find. It is extremely important that you contribute what you can. Please click here to donate today.

Niku VIII

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The 14-person TIGHAR team will depart Fiji on June 8 aboard Nai’a for the five day, one thousand mile voyage to Nikumaroro, arriving June 13. Three types of search operations will run concurrently over the next fourteen days. Click HERE to read more.

Click HERE to support the effort to find Amelia Earhart.

Special Offer - Niku VIII Search Reference Kit

Niku 7The Niku VIII Search Reference Kit offers maps and photos in both print and digital format, including a NEW Grid Map based on the new GeoEye Foundation satellite photo. Click HERE to learn more.


EarhartThe Earhart ProjectWhat Happened to Amelia Earhart

The Earhart Project is testing the hypothesis that Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan landed, and eventually died, on Gardner Island, now Nikumaroro in the Republic of Kiribati.

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