PASADINA, California: A few days ago, NASA announced a historic achievement, saying that for the first time, a man-made object has traveled inside the solar system. NASA said of the famous Parker Solar Probe that it was the first spacecraft to touch the sun.
Parker also sheds light on a major mystery of the sun: Why is its atmosphere so hotter than the solar system? Scientists also said that there is an invisible obstacle or boundary in the continuous movement in the upper atmosphere above the surface of the sun which has been named as Elf Van Point.
Beyond this point, it is thought, are strange physical phenomena, that is, different elements are heated in different ways. NASA has also written three articles on Parker research.
In April of this year, Parker landed in the atmosphere of the sun, which has been named Corona, but keep in mind that this place is also located at a distance of 8.1 million miles from the sun.
At a minimum, Parker is approximately 6.5 million miles from the sun. It has a special shield to protect it from the unfavorable weather and scorching heat of the sun.
The Parker spacecraft said the sun’s atmosphere is not constantly smooth and has ups and downs. On the other hand, it has also pointed out a source of the fast solar storm called ‘switchbacks’ and secondly has discovered a kind of fake aerial streamer which is called pseudo-streamer.
A switchback is a swarm of charged particles that travels to the sun in the form of a zigzag. A pseudo-streamer is a large gaseous structure that rotates back and forth in Corona.