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Why NASA's Parker Solar Probe spacecraft launched to 'touch' Sun won't melt

DNA Monday, 13 August 2018
Why NASA's Parker Solar Probe spacecraft launched to 'touch' Sun won't meltParker Solar Probe will make six more Venus flybys and 24 total passes by the Sun, journeying steadily closer to the Sun until it makes its closest approach at 3.8 million miles.
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News video: NASA blasts off its ‘Parker Solar Probe’ to touch the Sun

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Cape Canaveral (USA), Aug 12 (ANI): America’s space agency National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) on Sunday launched its spacecraft towards the Sun. With this launch, NASA is on a historic mission to protect the Earth by unveiling the mysteries of dangerous solar storms. The...

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