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Just after 10 p.m. on May 21, 1927, a small silver-nosed airplane circled the Eiffel Tower, then headed northeast over Paris. In the cockpit, the weary young pilot swept his flashlight over the instrument panel to check that the readings were normal. Then he fastened his seat belt and descended toward Le Bourget Aerodrome, where, unbeknownst to him, 100,000 people awaited his arrival. As the plane rolled to a stop, a roar went up from the crowd: “Lindbergh! Lindbergh! Vive Lindbergh!” Charles Lindbergh, an obscure 25-year-old airmail pilot from Minnesota, had just become the first person to fly nonstop 3,600 miles across the Atlantic Ocean--solo, no less.