Google honors Amelia Earhart with a doodle Tuesday celebrating the 115th anniversary of her birthday.
The browser displays in home page and aircraft pioneer Amelia Earhart, who disappeared in the Pacific Ocean in 1937 while trying to become the first woman to complete an aerial tour around the world on the equator.
This is how Google celebrates with a doodle that replaces the search engine logo in a plane to commemorate the aviation pioneer, who in 1923 became the sixteenth woman to receive a license to fly.
Amelia Earhart was born July 24, 1897 in Atchison, Kansas, and disappeared 40 years later, on July 2, 1937 in the Pacific Ocean. It’s been 75 years since the fatal accident, the body of Amelia was never found and the remains of the plane in which she travels.
The adventure that Amelia Earhart wanted to achieve was ambitious, from Papua New Guinea took off and headed to the Howland Island to refuel before flying a long final leg to California.
In what proved to be his last radio message, Earhart said she could not find Howland Island and that fuel was running out.