Parker Solar Probe

NASA launched a mission to visit the Sun named the Parker Solar Probe. It will get close enough to the Sun to sample it directly, and help solve some of the mysteries of the Sun.

Parker Solar Probe, courtesy of NASA/APL

Parker Solar Probe, courtesy of NASA/APL

Bring the Plants Closer

But where is this vehicle? The current location is 0 miles (0 km, 0 AU) from Earth, moving toward Earth at a speed of 0 mi/h (0 km/h, 0 km/s).

The spacecraft is 0 miles (0 km, 0 AU) from Venus, moving toward the planet at a speed of 0 mi/h (0 km/h, 0 km/s).

The probe is 0 miles (0 km, 0 AU) from the Sun, moving toward the star at a speed of 0 mi/h (0 km/h, 0 km/s).

The probe is 0 miles (0 km, 0 AU) from the Tesla Roadster, moving toward the car at a speed of 0 mi/h (0 km/h, 0 km/s).

It has gone (0 miles, 0 km, 0 AU) around the Sun, moving at a speed of 0 mi/h (0 km/h, 0 km/s).

It has been 0 since launch.




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