NASA’s Parker Solar Detector will be launched on Saturday, First To Touch Sun.

NASA announced on Friday that it will launch $1.5 billion (about 1300 billion rupees) to turn the original environment into the first person of a star human.

The Parker Solar Detector plans to explode from the Delta Heavyweights at Cape Canaveral, Florida, early Saturday.

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said that the opening time is 65 minutes and the opening time is 3:33 am (1:03 pm ET). The weather forecast is 70% effective.

When it comes to the perfect sun of the day, the main purpose of the survey is to present hidden secrets and unusual atmosphere around the sun.

Not only is it about 300 times higher than the surface of the poison, it also maintains strong plasma and active ingredients, can control geomagnetic geothermal, and destroy the world by destroying wires.

But these solar outbursts are poorly understood.

“The Parker Solar Detector will help us better predict when the solar wind’s interference will hit the Earth,” said Justin Casper, a professor at the University of Michigan, a project scientist.

‘Full of mysteries’

The test protected a very hot shield, 4.5 inches (11.43 cm) long.

The shield should allow the gun to survive on the solar mount closest to our solar system, which is 3.83 miles (6.16 million kilometers) from the solar system.

Build hot iron to prevent radiation equivalent to about 500 times the sun’s rays.

Even at temperatures above one million degrees Fahrenheit, the sun is expected to reach 2,500 degrees Fahrenheit (1,371 degrees Celsius).

Scared, is it? However, if all work is carried out as planned, the airport is at 85°F (29°C).

The goal of the Parker Solar Detector is to pass corona 24 times during a seven-year mission.

“The sun is hidden,” said Nikki Fox, a researcher at the Johns Hopkins University Physics Laboratory.

“We are ready, we have the best payment, we know what we want to answer.”

The 91-year-old man was named

 

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