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NASA spacecraft sets record for closest approach to sun

Brisbane Times Tuesday, 30 October 2018
NASA spacecraft sets record for closest approach to sunThe Parker Solar Probe has surpassed the record of 43 million kilometres from the sun set by Helios-2 back in 1976.
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News video: NASA sets record for closest approach to the sun

▶ NASA sets record for closest approach to the sun 00:34

"Parker" will fly through the sun's corona.

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