NASA Parker Sun the detector is placed close to the Venus flyby


NASA Parker Sun the detector is set for a close flyby of Venus you will see the spaceship within the 516 km of the Earth’s surface.

The spacecraft, which is almost two years into an epic mission, 以研究太阳将使它飞越的维纳斯在11.22下午EDT星期五上Space.com report.

“The spacecraft will move by gold is its first departure flying over the planet. This is the Parker Solar Probe will perform its first Samsung Gravity Assist, which will allow the spacecraft to fall off some of the orbital energy and get closer to the sun the following track,”explained NASA on its website.

“Flying at an altitude of about 516 km above the surface of Venus considerably lower than the two previous flybys, but still above the atmosphere of Venus—Parker Solar Probe will also witness a short 11-minute solar Eclipse during the manipulation.”

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“All four instrument sets will be in the collection of data relating to the near-Venus environment and the Earth’s day night at the flyby,”NASA added.

Artist's impression of NASA's Parker The Sun detector.

Artist’s impression of NASA’s Parker The Sun detector.
(Steve Gribben/NASA/Johns Hopkins University APL)

NASA’s $ 1.5 billion of the Parker Solar Probe mission has taken humanity closer to the sun than ever before and the spacecraft are helping scientists of the new stars. The mission launched in 2018.

The scientists observed the eruption of high-energy particles never before seen such a small scale, as well as the cut-like reversal in the flow of the solar electromagnetic field, seems to set off the solar wind. Unexpected phenomenon has been compared to the crack of the whip.

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Researchers say they finally have evidence that the dust-free zone surrounding the sun. More far, there is so much dust from the vaporization of the Comets and asteroids in one of the 80 small viewfinder on an instrument is pierced through a food.

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To withstand heat nearly 2,500 degrees Fahrenheit, the probe is protected by a special 4. 5-inch thick carbon composite shield.

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