The coolest mission to touch the sun now arrives on your french cuffs!
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From Oct. 31 to Nov. 11, 2018, Parker Solar Probe completed its first solar encounter phase
, speeding through the Sun's outer atmosphere — the corona — and collecting unprecedented data with four suites of cutting-edge instruments.
Parker Solar Probe is named for Eugene Parker
, the physicist who first theorized the existence of the solar wind — the Sun's constant outpouring of material — in 1958.
"This is the first NASA mission to be named for a living individual," said Fox. "Gene Parker’s revolutionary paper predicted the heating and expansion of the corona and solar wind. Now, with Parker Solar Probe we are able to truly understand what drives that constant flow out to the edge of the heliosphere.”
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