Google Doodle Celebrates Amelia Earhart’s 115th Birthday
Today Google is celebrating the 115th birthday of an American aviation expert named Amelia Earhart with a chocolate brown colored Google Doodle. The picture shows a maroon colored Lockheed Vega 5b which she used to fly quite often. Unfortunately this doodle is nothing more than a simple picture of an aircraft where the words “Google” are engraved on the wings.
Amelia Earhart was born in Atchison, Kansas. She was adventurous from her childhood days and had a keen interest with flights. After completing her home schooling she trained to be a pilot. Among her several achievements the most memorable is that she was the first women to cross the Atlantic in 1932.On July 2nd 1037 she was flying towards Howland Island but she never made it there. Many people believe that Earhart died in a plane crash although no wreckage was found after spending almost 4 Million USD at that time. Other theories suggest that she was a spy and left America after collecting valuable intel during World War II. The truth is Amelia Earhart was a true American Aviation legend.
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