This new solar orbiter will peek at some of the sun’s most secretive spots

Popular Science | 1/28/2020 | Staff
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The Solar Orbiter will study the sun with two sets of instruments. The first is a suite of four so-called “in-situ” devices stuck onto a 12-foot rod that will directly gauge the zephyrs around it as one might do with a moistened finger stuck in the air. With the exception of one novel tool that can detect traces of heavy metals in the proton- and electron-based...
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