On the occasion of the ceremony commemorating the crash of the Concorde, which took place on 25 July 2000 on the Patte-d'Oies site in Gonesse (95), taking the lives of 109 passengers and 4 employees of a hotel on which the plane crashed, return in pictures with an anthology of documentaries on the most beautiful bird in the world and its tragic destiny. Born of aeronautical knowledge and French-English friendship, the Concorde was a supersonic aircraft making regular flights between Paris and New York, in 2h30 to 3 hours, at the dizzying speed of Mach 2.
Documentaries about the history of Concorde
Archive pictures of July 25, 2000, at the time of the Concorde crash :
Video explaining the Concorde crash and its consequences
William Mahe (WM), books and news author, passionate about the Universe, Science and technologies, university graduate from the Paris - Meudon Observatory in Astronomy and Celestial Mechanic. President of the SPETspace STEAM Society and Publishing Director of the SPETspace News. He is also a Harley Davidson and Honda motorcycles lover.