Amelia Earhart’s long-lost plane possibly spotted in the Pacific by exploration team

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The object spotted in the Pacific Ocean by deep water equipment aligns with the size and shape of Earhart’s aircraft. Deep Sea Vision

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New clues have emerged in what is one of the greatest mysteries of all time: the disappearance of legendary American aviator Amelia Earhart.

Deep Sea Vision, an ocean exploration company based in South Carolina, announced Saturday that it captured compelling sonar images of what appears to be Earhart’s aircraft at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.

The discovery was made possible by a high-tech

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