The search for Amelia Earhart's plane will resume using two three-person manned submersibles.
A cleaned-up version of the recently captured sonar picture of the sea bottom reveals a straight line that looks a lot like the body of the plane Earhart flew.
A grainy sonar image captured off the southwestern Pacific republic of Kiribati might represent the remains of Amelia Earhart's plane.
As the world marks the aviator's birthday, researchers analyze data gleaned during a search for her plane.
A broken cosmetic jar, buttons and fragments of rouge from a woman's compact are just some of the clues pointing to the theory that Earhart survived as a castaway for a period.
The sunken "Sturzkampfflugzeug," Stuka for short, is one of three Junkers JU87s in the world.
Check out Amelia Earhart's Fate Reconstructed: Photos
Items on a deserted island suggest Amelia Earhart may have survived for a time there as a castaway.
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