NASA’s Heliophysics Division has selected three mission concepts to determine how they would contribute to a better forecast of solar weather events that could pose a threat to spacecraft and astronauts. Each concept is being funded for a nine-month, $400,000 evaluation. After that the agency will select one of the concepts for a mission capped at $55 million. The candidates are: • Extreme Ultraviolet High-Throughput Spectroscopic Telescope (EUVST), a bid to better understand ...

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