A North Lincolnshire farmer and his team are preparing to fly to Burma in search of lost Spitfires. It's believed the Mk14 Spitfires were buried at a British base at the end of the Second World War.
A Leeds University geophysicist who has been involved in the search for dozens of buried Spitfires in Burma which are now due to be dug up, says the discovery would be "tremendous."
Dr Roger Clark has been analysing data from earth scans to find the aircraft. He's filled us in on 'the science bit.'