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

Parker 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.

Why NASA's mission to 'touch' the Sun won't melt

With NASA launching a historic Parker Solar Probe deeper into the solar atmosphere than any mission before it, the question arises: Why won`t it melt?
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On 'Mission To Touch The Sun,' Parker Solar Probe Launches Saturday [Video]On 'Mission To Touch The Sun,' Parker Solar Probe Launches Saturday

NASA's Parker Solar Probe will explore the sun's atmosphere in a mission that launched this weekend

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NASA Heads For Sun [Video]NASA Heads For Sun

The sun, the very centerpiece of our solar system and the most important source of energy for life on Earth, is on the verge of receiving a visitor. Mother Nature Network reports that on Aug. 12, NASA..

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Parker Solar Probe Headed To The Sun [Video]Parker Solar Probe Headed To The Sun

ULA is being the latest spacecraft launch.

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Parker Solar Probe To Sun Launches [Video]Parker Solar Probe To Sun Launches

Travelling at a record 430,000 miles per hour, Parker will endure 2,500-degree heat to "touch the sun" (3:15). WCCO Mid-Morning - August 13, 2018

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New solar probe launches with ties to JHU and Laurel [Video]New solar probe launches with ties to JHU and Laurel

A new solar probe heading to the sun was designed and built by scientists at Johns Hopkins University. The vessel launched successfully from Cape Canaveral, Fla. Sunday. The Parker Solar Probe is..

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NASA has launched an insane mission to 'touch the sun' [Video]NASA has launched an insane mission to 'touch the sun'

MERRITT ISLAND, FLORIDA — NASA has sent a probe to fly closer to the sun's surface than any man-made object has ever gone. Unlike other space missions, the Parker solar probe will have a long and..

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How an Indian-American physicist laid foundation for NASA's mission to 'touch' the Sun

Mankind's first mission to 'touch' the Sun may have panned out differently had it not been for Indian-American astrophysicist Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, whose intervention made it possible for a..

NASA launches Parker Solar probe, will be closest to ever reach the sun

NASA on Sunday launched its Parker Solar probe in order to study the Sun’s atmosphere, also known as the corona. The $1.5 billion unmanned spacecraft aims to be the closest device to reach the sun at..
BGR India

NASA launches Parker Solar Probe spacecraft

[U.S.A.], August 12 (ANI): The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) on Sunday launched the Parker Solar Probe spacecraft.

Watch: Parker Solar probe, humankind's first mission to 'touch' the Sun successfully launched, says NASA

The USD 1.5 billion mission will perform the closest-ever observations of a star when it travels through the Sun's outer atmosphere, called the corona.

World's first mission to touch the Sun lifts off, NASA's Parker Solar Probe begins 7-year journey

A Sun-skimming mission like Parker Solar Probe has been a dream of scientists for decades, but only recently has the required technology - like the heat shield, solar array cooling system, and fault..
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NASA postpones Parker Solar Probe launch to Sunday

After snag, Nasa to try launching Sun probe again

After a last-minute technical problem forced Nasa to postpone by 24 hours the launch of its first mission to explore the Sun, the agency plans to try again Sunday. The new, 60-minute launch window..

NASA postpones Parker Solar Probe mission to Sunday morning after 'a condition'

NASA on Saturday scrubbed the Parker Solar Probe, announcing that the launch team will attempt the mission on Sunday morning. The first ever spacecraft to fly directly toward the Sun was poised to..

NASA set to launch ''touch the Sun'' spacecraft

The launch of the Parker Solar Probe will set it on a journey all the way to the Sun's atmosphere.
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NASA counts down to the launch of first spacecraft which will touch the 'Sun'

NASA counted down today to the launch of a USD 1.5 billion spacecraft that aims to plunge into the Sun's sizzling atmosphere and become humanity's first mission to explore a star. The car-sized Parker..

NASA poised to launch first $1.5 billion spacecraft towards the Sun

NASA is poised to launch a $1.5 billion spacecraft on a brutally hot journey toward the Sun, offering scientists the closest-ever view of our strange and mysterious star. After the Parker Solar Probe..

World's first mission to touch the Sun set to launch next week, confirms NASA

NASA's Parker Solar Probe, mankind's first mission to 'touch' the Sun, has been moved to its launch pad and is on schedule take off next week, the US space agencies said. The car-sized spacecraft will..

Man's first mission to Sun: NASA to launch car-sized probe in August

The Parker Solar Probe, which is expected to take off no earlier than August 6 aboard United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy, will study the Sun closer than any human-made object ever has.
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NASA prepares to fly probe into Sun's scorching atmosphere

NASA is preparing to send a probe closer to the Sun than any other spacecraft has ventured, enduring wicked heat while zooming through the solar corona to study this outermost part of the stellar..

First probe to 'touch' the Sun will carry 1.1 million names, says NASA

NASA's Parker Solar Probe - humanity's first mission to 'touch' a star - will carry over 1.1 million people's names to the Sun this July, the US space agency said. Throughout its seven-year mission,..

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