Sun  ID: 13282

5 New Discoveries from NASA's Parker Solar Probe

NASA's Parker Solar Probe mission has returned unprecedented data from near the Sun, culminating in new discoveries published on Dec. 4, 2019, in the journal Nature. Among the findings are new understandings of how the Sun's constant outflow of material, the solar wind, behaves. Seen near Earth — where it can interact with our planet's natural magnetic field and cause space weather effects that interfere with technology — the solar wind appears to be a relatively uniform flow of plasma. But Parker Solar Probe's observations reveal a complicated, active system not seen from Earth.
 

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Karen Fox (ADNET): Writer
Sarah Frazier (ADNET): Writer
Genna Duberstein (USRA): Producer
Genna Duberstein (USRA): Editor
Chris Smith (USRA): Narrator
Adriana Manrique Gutierrez (USRA): Animator
Jonathan North (USRA): Animator
Scott Wiessinger (USRA): Animator
Adam Szabo (NASA/GSFC): Scientist
Russ Howard (NRL): Scientist
Dave McComas (SwRI): Scientist
Stuart Bale (University of California, Berkeley): Scientist
Justin Kasper (University of Michigan): Scientist
Nour Raouafi (Johns Hopkins University/APL): Scientist
Eric Christian Ph.D. (NASA/HQ): Scientist
Adam Szabo (NASA/GSFC): Project Support
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Keywords:
SVS >> Plasma
SVS >> Solar Wind
SVS >> Space Weather
SVS >> Heliophysics
SVS >> Corona
NASA Science >> Sun
SVS >> Parker Solar Probe
SVS >> WISPR
SVS >> IS0IS