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NASA's Parker is near the Sun.


NASA's Parker is near the Sun.


NASA's Parker is near the Sun.
NASA's Parker is near the Sun.

NASA has successfully launched a satellite called Parker Solar Probe with a mission of the sun's mystery. One day after the scheduled time, NASA's space was launched from Cape Canaveral in Florida. It will reach 60 million kilometers of the sun and no one can travel before the sun so close.

The bright sunlight part of the sun can be seen during the solar eclipse - which is called 'Corona', this vehicle will fly through it.

It is said that probes have the ability to withstand more than 1000 degrees Celsius heat.
The satellite is being sent to space with four Delta-Four rockets. In the Florida state of the US state of Cape Coravalal, the launch of 'probe' was on Saturday morning. But in the last moment, it was delayed by 14 hours for some additional examinations.
This satellite, which is known as 'Corona', is the bright spot around the sun that goes right there. Then, to circumambulate around the sun, will try to understand the behavior of this star. This satellite will circulate 24 times around the Sun in seven years.

At that time it will speed up to 6,70,000 kilometers per hour. It is about 60 million kilometers away from the sun and circulates the information.

One of the scientists of this project. Nicki Fox said, "I understand that the distance of 60 million km does not seem to be close distance, but if it is assumed that the surface of the earth and the distance of the sun is one meter, then the probe is only 4 to the sun. Mr. Stay away. '
The speed at which probes will run is unprecedented. Dr. Fox says, 'No such speed was created before. It's 690,000 hours per hour around the sun. Mr. Move in speed up That means, moving from New York to Tokyo will take less than a minute.

Why is this Parker campaign important?

The satellite, named Parker, will help you understand how the sun works.
The sun is affecting the earth with its electric particles and magnetic power all the time. This 'solar wind' or the air emitted from the sun is made in the sky of the North Pole, the strange color of the game of light.

But some streams of the Sun can disrupt the Earth's magnetic energy balance. In that case, the communication system may be disrupted, the satellite may be disassembled in space, and even the electric grid can be broken.
The satellite, named Parker, will help you understand how the sun works.

The sun is affecting the earth with its electric particles and magnetic power all the time. This 'solar wind' or the air emitted from the sun is made in the sky of the North Pole, the strange color of the game of light.

But some streams of the Sun can disrupt the Earth's magnetic energy balance. In that case, the
communication system may be disrupted, the satellite may be disassembled in space, and even the electric grid can be broken.

Why do you need to go so close to the sun?

The 'mystery' is a strange mystery to the scientists of 'Corona' or the shining area around the sun.

The temperature of the coronation is more than the sun surface. Sun temperature where the temperature of 6,000 degrees Celsius, the temperature of the corona region can be several million degrees.

Why this difference - its precise answer is still not available to the scientists.

Besides, when the air emanating from the sun enters the coronation, its speed suddenly grows intensely. This hot air is 500 kilometers per second. The speed of the solar system moves through.

Scientists hope to be able to send information about Parker's electrical and magnetic fields.

How to survive Parker?

From now on 60 years ago, the planets were sent to the first satellite near the Sun. But scientists have found that the technology needed to create the spacecraft to send to the Sun.

The solar-powered device will have a thickness of 4.5 inch thick composite carbon cover. As a result, internal temperature will always be within 30 degrees Celsius. 

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