Mission to the sun protects us from solar storms and assist in space exploration
Prayer, sacrifice, the sun — you can tell people worshipping the sun since time immemorial. This is not surprising. It is only 150 million miles away is close enough for its light, heat and power supported by the entire human race. But despite the fact that our own star has long been studied with the help of telescopes, we are very much not know about it. That’s why NASA recently announced plans to launch a revolutionary probe in 2018 to literally touch the sun. Originally named Solar Probe Plus mission now changed its name to the Parker Solar Probe. The probe was renamed in honor of physicist Eugene Parker, who conducted important work on the solar wind — the stream of charged particles coming from the sun.
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