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You Did It Again

Once more, TIGHAR members and Facebook followers have exceeded our interim fundraising goal. The $20,000 by February 1st Campaign raised $23,520 cash in-hand by the deadline. Pledges, when fulfilled, will add quite a bit more. THANK YOU to everyone who helped.

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The summer of 2017 will be the 80th anniversary of the Earhart disappearance. Niku IX will put a TIGHAR expedition on site equipped sonar and ROVs to search the main passage and lagoon for aircraft wreckage.

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The Engine is Gone

A Digital Globe satellite image taken on November 15, 2016 reveals that the 140 ton steam engine of SS Norwich City has finally been claimed by the sea. A new Research Bulletin, The Long Farewell of the Norwich City, traces the breakdown of the shipwreck with a gallery of historical photos, pictures taken during TIGHAR Expeditions, and satellite imagery. The ship’s deterioration over the years provides a model for what happens to a man-made structure exposed to the elements on that reef.

 

Some of the Niku V expedition
team at the engine in 2001.


Finding Amelia II

TIGHAR’s new book is well under way. Click HERE to read a sample chapter and support the research and writing of this essential tool for all Earhart historians.

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The Earhart Project What Happened to Amelia Earhart 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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