Solar orbiter with photo clicks near the sun



WASHINGTON: The Solar Orbiter spacecraft, jointly produced by the US space agency NASA and European space agency ESA, has sent a photo of the closest to the sun.

Launched on February 9, 2020, the Solar Orbiter passed through the very close of the sun in mid-June. The first images of the Solar Orbiter are close to the Sun.


NASA Project scientist Holly Gilbert said that these images are the rarest images ever seen, clicking close to the sun.

These images are useful for understanding the sun's atmospheric layers, and for understanding the effects of space weather on Earth and the solar system, the scientist said.

The space shuttle, which passes 48 million miles from the sun, has been photographed by the Solar Solar Orbiter on June 15.

WASHINGTON: The Solar Orbiter spacecraft, jointly produced by the US space agency NASA and European space agency ESA, has sent a photo of the closest to the sun.

Launched on February 9, 2020, the Solar Orbiter passed through the very close of the sun in mid-June. The first images of the Solar Orbiter are close to the Sun.


NASA Project scientist Holly Gilbert said that these images are the rarest images ever seen, clicking close to the sun.

These images are useful for understanding the sun's atmospheric layers, and for understanding the effects of space weather on Earth and the solar system, the scientist said.

The space shuttle, which passes 48 million miles from the sun, has been photographed by the Solar Solar Orbiter on June 15.
WASHINGTON: The Solar Orbiter spacecraft, jointly produced by the US space agency NASA and European space agency ESA, has sent a photo of the closest to the sun.

Launched on February 9, 2020, the Solar Orbiter passed through the very close of the sun in mid-June. The first images of the Solar Orbiter are close to the Sun.


NASA Project scientist Holly Gilbert said that these images are the rarest images ever seen, clicking close to the sun.

These images are useful for understanding the sun's atmospheric layers, and for understanding the effects of space weather on Earth and the solar system, the scientist said.

The space shuttle, which passes 48 million miles from the sun, has been photographed by the Solar Solar Orbiter on June 15.

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