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NASA Wants To 'Touch The Sun'

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NASA Wants To 'Touch The Sun'

NASA Wants To 'Touch The Sun'

The sun is the very centerpiece of our solar system and the most important source of energy for life on Earth.

And according to MNN, it's on the verge of receiving a visitor.

On Oct.

29, NASA's Parker Solar Probe achieved a milestone by becoming the closest man-made object to the sun.

Over the next several years, the probe will orbit closer to the sun with the closest approach being 3.83 million miles away.

The mission was launched to study some of the sun's biggest secrets.

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NASA Wants To 'Touch The Sun'

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