Monday, March 04, 2013

Hindenburg Mystery Solved After 76 Years

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Hindenburg Mystery Solved After 76 Years

By Jonathan Owen
www.independent.co.uk
3-3-13
Scientists believe that a series of events sparked by static electricity lead to the 1937 explosion

     The dream was a fleet of hydrogen-filled airships criss-crossing the globe, silvered hulls shining in the sunlight. And for a while the fantasy became reality, For the Hindenburg was the Concorde of its day – able to cross the Atlantic in about three days, twice as fast as going by sea.

With nearly 100 on board, the 245m airship was preparing to land at Lakehurst, New Jersey, on 6 May 1937, when the age of airship travel ended. In front of horrified onlookers, the Hindenburg exploded and plunged to the ground in flames. Thirty-five of those on board died.

Now, 76 years later, a team of experts claims to have solved one of the greatest mysteries of the 20th century: the real cause of the Hindenburg air disaster. And they name static electricity as the culprit. . . .
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