On November 5, NASA called the Parker Solar Probe as impressive to all fans and professionals of modern space technology – set a new record to reach as close as possible to the surface of the day. The probe not only collects scientific data, but also puts new records of artificial objects and speeds of approaching the Sun.
Astrophysicist Eugene Parker's name Parker Solar Prote, started this summer from Earth. The device is designed to explore the basic characteristics of the solar and solar rays by its movements, the electromagnetic fields near the Sun, and the processes that occur on its outer layers. Plans for the approaching star will last for seven years – each newly constructed orbit (with only 24) approaches the star's star.
Everything we know is that Parker should get closer to the Sun 24. It is seven times closer than the Mercury orbit, and the spacecraft is not close to the sun. The device has fallen 24 million kilometers from a star moving at 343,000 kilometers per hour. In the process of convergence, it must designate new records: for example, the nearest distance to the star – about 6.16 million km, and the highest speed – about 692000 km / h. He said that the missile was the "culmination" of six decades of scientific advancement. The sign "A" is the best of all four intelligible signals – 100% of the probe and even some serious problems, but spacecraft worked independently with it.
Scientists feared that the rocket would disappear because of the day-to-day approach, but the object survived and was aware of the first sign.
Members of the mission will mark the mark after completing the meeting on November 7. On November 8, the official site of the department informed.