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Amelia Earhart Plane Found?


Happy Women’s History Month Pirates! This is the time to celebrate influential women not only in history, but in your life. After centuries of solely supporting their family and partners, women continue to make a huge impact on their contribution to society in the last 100 years. Amelia Earhart, the first woman to fly across the Atlantic alone and nonstop, is one of those women. Amelia Earhart had not only made a name for herself but proved to many people that men were not the only ones capable of flying a plane for vast periods of time. She not only improved the public’s perception of women in aviation, but she paved the way for other women to also pursue flight. I know we are all wondering, what happened to her? Did her plane crash into an island of the ocean? Did she survive the crash and just had no communication? Did she die? Well recent research has possibly found Earhart’s plane, hopefully allowing us to better understand what happened. A plane was found at a depth of 16,400 feet in the Pacific Ocean. By using sonar technology to find what looked like an orange blob, A deep-sea exploration company says it may have found the wreckage of Amelia Earhart’s plane, reopening a mystery that dates back to Earhart’s disappearance in 1937. Though nothing is confirmed yet, seeing as this breakthrough was just discovered, it would be extremely exciting to finally get closure about what happened to Earhart and her plane. What do you think?

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Jane Cockburn
Jane Cockburn, Staff Writer
Hello! My name is Jane Carrington Cockburn. I've been to Jamaica 5 times and once this year. I've also been to France and Iceland. I love playing basketball and exercising. I've lived in 3 states: Florida, Illinois, and North Carolina. My favorite place to live so far is North Carolina. I'm involved in my community. I participated as the Vice President of NJHS and volunteered as a counselor for a couple of camps during the summer. Hopefully I continue to grow and develop in high school, and I can't wait to write for the newspaper!

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