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Under the first mission of “touching” the sun, NASA launched the Parker Solar probe successfully today.
Under the first mission of “touching” the sun, NASA launched the Parker Solar probe successfully today. To explore the secrets of the outer environment of the sun and its effect on the space weather, this mission will be a seven-year journey. The launch of the Space Launch Complex 37 at the Cape Caneveral Air Force Station, USA, was flagged off at 3:31 p.m. today (Indian time noon one and a half minute). The expenditure of one and a half billion dollars has been spent on this campaign.
The launch of the United Launch Alliance Delta 4 heavy rocket carrying the spacecraft was postponed due to violation of yesterday’s launch boundary. Two hours after launch, NASA wrote in a blog, “The spacecraft is in a better position and it is operating itself. Parker Solar Probes has been running on the campaign to touch the sun. “This is the first such campaign that has been given the name of a living scientist. The name of this campaign is named after the 91-year-old Yugenei Parker, who predicted the first solar wind in 1958.
veteran scientists sitting in NASA’s Kennedy Space Center and saw the projection. A plaque dedicated to this mission to Parker was added to the space station in May. In this, the quotation of physicist has written, “Let’s see what happens next.” There is also a memory card in it, in which there are more than 11 lakh people who travel with this spacecraft touching the sun. desire was Jhir. NASA said, ” to improve predictions about space weather with the findings of this mission will help researchers. ‘
Thomas Jürkbukan, associate administrator of the NASA Science Campaign Directorate, said, “The campaign literally marks the first human journey towards a star, which will not only affect the earth here but we can better understand its universe. “The car-shaped spacecraft will go straight through the atmosphere of the sun, which is about 40 million miles away from its surface and the spacecraft sent before it Over Una will be closer to the sun. This will be possible due to the thermal protection system involved in it.
Parker Solar probe has taken several tools along with it, which will study the sun far and wide and directly. Data from these studies will help scientists find answers to three fundamental questions about our stars. Like the Parker Solar probe, the mission of Sun Studies has been the dream of scientists for decades. However, essential technology like heat shield, solar array cooling system and fault management system can be achieved only in recent years, so that such a mission can be realized. To reach the sun, this spacecraft will have to under 1377 degrees Celsius. The safety of spacecraft and equipment will make a shield of four and a half inch thick, made of carbon from this sun’s heat.