NASA's Parker Solar Probe Is Built to Survive a Brush With the Sun


Aug 10, 2018 7:00 AM - 6 days, 9 hours, 9 minutes, 35 seconds ago


Here’s how the Parker probe was engineered to withstand temperatures spiking to over a million degrees Fahrenheit....

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