What If Humans Tried Landing On The Sun

In 2018, NASA launched the Parker Solar Probe, which is swooping to within 6.2 million kilometers of the sun’s surface — the closest we’ve ever gotten to the Sun. If we wanted a closer look, we’ll have to face incredibly hot temperatures, dangerous solar flares, and crushing pressures. At the core, we’ll find what amounts to the biggest nuclear reactor in the solar system.

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What If Humans Tried Landing On The Sun

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