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NASA's Parker Solar Probe has 'succeeded' after it whizzed past the Sun for the first time

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NASA's Parker Solar Probe has 'succeeded' after it whizzed past the Sun for the first timeAfter becoming the closest spacecraft to the Sun last month, NASA's Parker Solar Probe has gotten even closer, coming within 15 million of our solar system's star on its own, a feat NASA has called a success.
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News video: NASA Solar Probe Makes Closest-Ever Flyby of the Sun

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The solar probe is passing through a region with material as hot as 3.6 million degrees Fahrenheit.

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