NASA Is Flying A Spacecraft Into The Sun For The First Time
NASA is going to fly its Parker Solar Probe closer to the sun than any spacecraft in history. The probe's mission is to study the solar corona to better protect our tech-driven lifestyle against destructive solar storms that could take us back to the stone ages.
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