Success NASA launches Mission Parker Solar probe

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Success NASA launches Mission Parker Solar probe

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Washington. American Space Agency NASA has dispatched its first mission Parker Solar probe on the sun. The size of a carriage will pass through the distance of approximately 40 million miles of the sun surface. Before that any spacecraft did not face such heat and so much light.

Object of this mission

The objective of this mission is to know how energy and heat constitute a circle around the sun. Prior to this, Parker had to launch Solar Probes on Saturday, but due to technical shortcomings, he had postponed the launch. This vehicle was dispatched through the Delta-4 rocket from the launch site in Cape Canaveral. This vehicle will circumambulate 7 suns in the next 7 years. The average distance between earth and sun is 90 million 30 million miles. This mission will conduct a detailed study of the Sun’s atmosphere which is called corona. The purpose of sending this spacecraft is to understand the surroundings of the Sun, its nature and its functioning. This mission will try to know the atmosphere of the sun for 7 years.

NASA spent 103 billion rupees on this project. This vehicle is 9 feet 10 inches tall and weighs 612 kg. This vehicle has been protected from extremely powerful heat shield so that it can withstand heat near the sun and can catch 500 times more radiation than the Earth. This carbon shield is 11.43 centimeter thick. This mission is named after American solar astronomer Eugene Nevman Parker. Parker had speculated for the first time in 1958 that solar winds are there. When this mission passes near the Sun, then the temperature will be up to 2500 degree Celsius. According to NASA, if everything was okay, the temperature inside the vehicle would be up to 85 degrees Celsius. This vehicle will pass 24 times from Sun’s atmosphere Corona.

The names of 11 lakh people will also reach Suraj: With this vehicle, the names of about 11 lakh people will also reach Suraj. In March this year, NASA had asked people to become part of their historic mission. According to NASA, till May, about 11 lakh 37 thousand 202 names were received, which were sent along with the vehicle through the memory card. Earlier, the Helios 2 Yan had been closest to the sun. In 1976, this Yan was about 430 million kilometers near Suraj.

Indians behind mission: New Delhi Sixty years ago, if Indian-American astrophysicist Subramaniam Chandrashekhar had not shown the courage to publish a paper containing the proposal for the existence of solar wind in his journal, then the existing human mission might have been something else before touching the sun. The solar wind has been named the charged particles or plasma spire coming out of the sun out of the sun. These particles are spread in space in four directions. These particles are mainly made of protons and electrons (jointly plasma), whose energy can be approximately one kilo-electron voltage (KV).

Success NASA launches Mission Parker Solar probe

 

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