The Space Probe was scheduled to launch from Florida’s Cape Canaveral at 9:28 AM UK time but before the 2 minute from the takeoff it was canceled due to a technical error.
The launch of the Space probe, is now scheduled to take place on Sunday at back of a United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket.
A huge number of individuals was gathered at Cape Canaveral to watch the take-off, which was initially due to take place at the 4.38am local time. Among them, Eugene Parker was there, the University of Chicago astrophysicist for whom the Spaceship is named.
As the Parker Solar Probe orbits the sun, it will encounter extraordinary radiation and temperatures as high as 1,377C (2,510F) – close to the melting point of steel. To deal with the heat it has been secured with an extraordinary 4.5 inch (11.3 cm) thick carbon-composite shield equipped for withstanding temperatures up to 1,650C (3,002F).
It will get more than of seven times nearer than the present record holder for a nearby sun based pass, a record set by the Helios 2 rocket in 1976.
“The essential science objectives for the mission are to follow how energy and heat move through the solar corona and to explore, sun wind and sunlight particles,” clarified NASA. “Researchers have looked for these responses for over 60 years, yet the examination requires sending a test directly through the 2,500 degrees Fahrenheit heat of the corona.
“Today, this is finally possible with cutting-edge thermal engineering advances that can protect the mission on its dangerous journey. “Parker Solar Probe will carry four instrument suites designed to study magnetic fields”
After it takeoff, the Spaceship will go at 430,000mph, the quickest speed at any point accomplished by a rocket.
NASA expressed: “Parker Solar Probe will give unprecedented data about our sun, where changing conditions can spread out into the close planetary system to influence Earth and different universes.”
The Spaceship will fly specifically into the sun’s climate and follow the movement of energy and heat with the particles that form solar winds.
It will take six years to achieve its nearest point to the sun, in 2024, by utilizing Venus’ gravity to convey itself closer to the star.
The test will enable researchers to see more about the idea of the sun by taking estimations of solar winds, a follow of ionized gases.
Researchers likewise trust the probe can assist them with answering why the corona, the outer layer of the sun’s environment, is 300 times more hotter than its surface.
This is a marvel that has perplexed NASA researchers on the grounds that the sun’s environment ” much, more hotter the farther it stretches from the sun’s blazing surface”.
The test will be controlled from the Mission Operations Center based at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU APL), which is the place NASA handles its unmanned missions.
If Space Probe got Success to touch the Sun Then This will be the Massive Success for NASA.