NASA's Parker Solar Probe is 'alive and well' after becoming the first man-made object to penetrate the sun's outer atmosphere | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


NASA's Parker Solar Probe is 'alive and well' after becoming the first man-made object to penetrate the sun's outer atmosphere

Nasa's Parker Solar Probe is alive and well after skimming 15 million miles (24 million kilometres) from the sun's surface on Monday night.

Its speed topped 213,000 mph (342,000 kph) relative to the sun, as it penetrated the outer solar atmosphere, or corona - closer then any spacecraft has ever reached.

Mission controllers at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab received an 'A' status signal yesterday - the best of all four possible status signals.

This means the Parker Solar Probe is operating well and all the instruments are running correctly.

Comments

sooo....

z00mcopterdown

the info that the corona is hotter than the surface of the sun, at millions of degrees maybe all just a crock of shit ....

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