2018-12-26 01:21:41 Source: Science and Technology Day
Although the delay was launched, people started successfully good news for Parker. On August 12, the Parker Solar Detector was launched on the Cape Canaveral Air Force Base. "Parker" approaches the sun more than ever, and when it comes to studying many scientific issues, it will be crucial.
In addition to providing the Earth's light and heat, a high-speed plasma-based stream of sunlight on the sun's surface immerses in the sun's surface and reaches the depths of the solar system. When it arrives to Earth, it unites the Earth's magnetic field.
The sun's crown is the plasma of the sun's atmosphere at over 6000 degrees Celsius, at millions of degrees Celsius. "Parker" will accelerate the heat of the sun and the acceleration of the wind of the sun in nearby places and will destabilize the high temperature of the sun.
Scientists have confirmed that the rapid solar wind creates a cave at 450-850 km / h. However, there is still a controversy with a slow speed of 250-450 km / s. "Parker" observations scientists will imagine the origin of the sun's wind.
After seven seasons in Venus, the Parker Solar Detector will reduce its orbital altitude to less than nine solar radiations, after seven years in order to detect the Sundiala in the last three laps.