NASA's Parker Solar Probe to give closest look ever at the sun

NASA has launched a mission to get closer than it's ever gotten before to the sun, its corona and solar wind.
0:28 | 08/13/18

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NASA has launched a Parker solar probe from Cape Canaveral Florida after a 24 hour delay over an alarm and a missed weather window. The probe was set to become the fastest moving manmade object in history traveling 430000. Miles per hour. That's mission is to give us our closest view and for of the sun dipping directly into the sun's corona to study the solar wind. It's set to reach the son shortly after Halloween pretty cool special lunch in the takeoff there yesterday.

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