Updated: Jul 20, 2020
Honoring a Women who broke gender gaps by pioneering aviation and yielding the Worlds largest search and rescue efforts in history. We honor Amelia Earhart by finding something to do with aviation. Find an airplane or something to do with aviation and get 3 photos of you with it. Video too if you are brave enough to report on the aviation item you find.
A couple of things you should know:
If you have done a challenge similar to this we expect you to do another for this challenge do not submit old photos.
Do not alter or make collages do not make them 3D (3D does not allow us to share).
Do not split screen with a crown and sash photo and a quote.
We want the raw photos, New Photos.
Make sure the photo album is PUBLIC
If doing video be sure to message the downloadable video to our Messenger.
Be visible participate in your year.
DUE JULY 26, 2020 BY 3PM
observed on July 24
Amelia Earhart Day honors a famous aviation pioneer. Amelia Earhart broke many early aviation records.
Legend and mystery surrounds the final flight and disappearance of Amelia Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan. They were on a record setting attempt to fly around the world, when they became lost in the Pacific Ocean. On July 2, 1937, they headed on a difficult leg of the journey towards Howell Island in the Pacific. Weather conditions were less than ideal. While still in radio communication, ships on the ground confirmed that Earhart was having difficulty finding the island. Ultimately, radio communications faded and died. The plane was never heard from again.
The disappearance of Amelia Earhart's plane resulted in the largest search and rescue operation to date. It also sparked rumors as to what caused the disappearance. To this day, theories and speculation still exists about the cause of the disappearance. Some theories involve conspiracies, and even alien abductions.
Did you Know? The proper spelling of her name is Amelia. It was misspelled in a song about her, and is now the more popular, albeit incorrect, spelling of her name.
About the Airplane: The airplane Amelia Earhart flew on her fateful journey, was a Lockheed Model 10 Electra. It was best known as "The Flying Laboratory".
Celebrate by learning and reading about Amelia Earhart, and other female aviators. We do not recommend you spend time searching for her or her plane. The U.S. navy searched over 250,000 miles of ocean to no avail.
The Origin of Amelia Earhart Day:
This day celebrates the birth of Amelia Earhart on July 24, 1897.