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This week in space: lots of NASA and Kepler, and a mysterious dimming star

This week in space: lots of NASA and Kepler, and a mysterious dimming star Over the next two years, NASA will work with six companies to produce prototypes for deep space habitats.Boeing is also working with NASA on the SLS, and Bigelow recently sent up the BEAM inflatable space hab module to the ISS.

Juno makes a death-defying swoop for its first and closest flyby of Jupiter

Juno makes a death-defying swoop for its first and closest flyby of Jupiter It’s all because of the extreme electromagnetic environment around Jupiter.Liquid metallic hydrogen circulating in Jupiter’s interior contributes to the strength of the magnetic fields forming a deadly donut around Jupiter’s equator (we think; Juno is designed in part to confirm or correct this hypothesis).

New evidence suggests Amelia Earhart died as a castaway on a desert island

New evidence suggests Amelia Earhart died as a castaway on a desert island But — and this is critical — these skeleton measurements are the merest tip of the iceberg as far as the evidence TIGHAR has encountered.The discovery of a water catchment system in 1944 that could’ve been built using materials carried aboard Earhart’s Electra.

NASA plans two new Discovery Program asteroid intercept missions

NASA plans two new Discovery Program asteroid intercept missions The first mission to launch will be dubbed Lucy, a probe built by Lockheed-Martin to study Jupiter’s so-called Trojan asteroids.The plan is to launch Lucy in October 2021 for an efficient transfer to Jupiter’s orbit.

The F-35 program is once again in trouble, with full flight tests delayed until at least 2018

The F-35 program is once again in trouble, with full flight tests delayed until at least 2018 The Pentagon has released its end-of-year progress report on the F-35, and once again, the news isn’t very good.” The Joint Strike Fighter (F-35) has been in SDD since 2001 and was expected to complete that process this year.