Parker's solar probe is closer to the sun than any other man-made object in history, so it's in good health, NASA reports.All around!
On Wednesday, the probe status light emitted an "A" ̵
Parker, nowwill gather data by November 2008 11, the end of his first "solar encounter phase", which began on October 31st.
Following the departure of the Revolutionary Space Telescopeand . It's nice to get a completely positive update from our interplanetary space robots. Parker's mission will bring it back within 15 million miles of the sun on April 4, 2019 as it continues its seven-year mission to get closer and closer to our star.
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