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Metal Panel Found in 1991 Could Hold Earhart Clues – Newser

It’ll be tested using a nuclear reactor

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The quest to discover what happened to Amelia Earhart has turned to … a nuclear reactor. Popular Mechanics reports scientists at Penn State University are focusing not on Earhart herself but her plane, a Lockheed Model 10-E Electra. In 1991, longtime Earhart searcher Ric Gillespie found an aluminum panel on the Pacific island Nikumaroro, some 300 miles from Howland Island, where Earhart was headed when she vanished. Fast forward nearly 30 years, to October 2020: Daniel Beck caught an…

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