It seems that NASA is not ready to fall out of the mission. NASA’s Parker Solar Probe is now approaching near the Sun. This spacecraft exposed to the high temperature and sunlight as it is moving closer toward the fireball. Gradually, the Parker Probe will sail across the Sun’s outer atmosphere. After that, it will face the heat of 2 million degrees Fahrenheit. This is quite more than 1 million degrees Celsius. 

The Made of Parker Solar Probe

The spacecraft is perfectly dressed up for this journey. A custom-made and highly thick shield is protecting the spacecraft, its instruments, and other systems. There is also a tube within which water is continuously flowing to keep the machine cools. The inside temperature of Parker is around 26 degrees Celsius. Till now, it completed three passes around the Sun, and more are coming. However, the findings are now surprising the s the scientists. 

The Findings

Discovery suggests that the Earth was not the universe’s centre, and it is orbiting around the Sun. Scientists have reached closer to the solar system’s centre. First, they used their powerful telescopes, after that, with satellites and now with spacecraft. They realized that most of the stars are someone’s Sun. 

This week, NASA released the results, and it is there in the journal Nature. Its new results reveal a lot of information about Corona. It expands across space, covering miles. In naked eyes, this can only be seen during the time of the solar eclipse. During that time, the moon reflects a shadow and blocks the Sun. This creates a shining golden circle. 

The spacecraft is gradually arriving closer to the centre and also reveals important information about the solar system. Soon, NASA will be able to gather some fantastic facts about the Sun, and people are also waiting for that. 

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Born in Florida, brought up in New York, Nick Nesser is known as the best author for the Space section of Galaxy Reporters. Also, he is best known for his research on astronomy and his love for the satellites.


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