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Parker Solar Probe: NASA spacecraft gets closest to sun, sets record

Parker Solar Probe: NASA spacecraft gets closest to sun, sets record : You all should know that it’s been just 78 days since the launch of Parker Solar Probe and now the NASA’s spacecraft is very close to Sun, ever. It is the first time when any human-made thing, spacecraft is closed ever closed to the sun. Reports are coming that the spacecraft passed the current record of 26.55 million miles from the Sun’s surface on October 29. You all should know that the NASA’s historic Parker Solar Probe is about to reveal a lot of information and details about our Sun.

NASA spacecraft breaks record for coming closest to Sun

As calculated by the Parker Solar Probe team has mentioned the above-written sentence is announced by the team. You all should know that as the Parker Solar Probe mission progresses, the spacecraft will repeatedly break its own records, with a final close approach of 3.83 million miles from the Sun’s surface expected in 2024. We will share a lot of information about the NASA’s spacecraft here.

Also, we have read the Project Manager Andy Driesman’s statement, “It’s been just 78 days since Parker Solar Probe launched, and we’ve now come closer to our star than any other spacecraft in history.” Also, she added that it’s a proud moment for the team, though we remain focused on our first solar encounter, which begins on October 31. The Parker Solar Probe team periodically measures the spacecraft’s precise speed and position using NASA’s Deep Space Network or DSN.

You all should know that the Parker Solar Probe will send its first solar encounter on October 31. Also, the reports are coming that the Spacecraft will come closer and closer to the Sun’s surface until it reaches its first perihelion — the point closest to the Sun. Also, the probe will make six more Venus gravity assist and 24 total passes by the Sun. We think that NASA’s spacecraft will make a lot of things work here.