The American Space Agency said that for just over a month in its seven-year mission to touch the Sun, NASA's Parker Solar Investigator has left behind the first light data of each of its four equipment suites. On 9th September, the only imager on the Wide-field Imager (WISPR) probe for solar screening was opened, allowing the device to take the first images during the journey of the sun.

WISPR snapped a blue-tone, two-panel image of space with both its internal and external telescope, in which the stars are fully visible. While the image is not visible in the image, it showed Jupiter. Launched on August 12, Parker will investigate solar investigations, NASA's historic small car shape, closer to the sun, as long as it does not have close access to 3.8 million miles.

Project scientists Nor Raoufi in Jones said, "All the devices returned data which not only works for calibration but also expects to measure near the Sun to solve the mysteries of the solar system, which would attack "Hopkins University in Laurel, Maryland.

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Although these initial figures are not yet examples of important scientific observations that the investigation is expected to be broadcast in December, it shows that its four equipment suites are working well. The inquiry sent back the data to the board on three other devices: ISOIS, Field and Sweep, all dedicated to knowing the secrets of the Sun. The ISOIs (pronounced "e-sis" and its abbreviation include sun symbol) two energetic particle devices - EPI-lo and EPI-Hi - cover a series of energy for these activity-driven particles.

The initial data of EPI-Lo activates the cosmic rays, particles and shows rocketing in our solar system from somewhere else in the galaxy. Data from EMI-Hi shows the dissection of both hydrogen and helium particles from its low energy telescopes. On the investigation front, four electric field antennas of FIELDS looked at the signs of solar provocation, while SWEAP (Solar wind electron alpha and proton), three devices caught a glimpse of the solar wind.

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The first close approach to Parker Solar Testing for the Sun will be in November. In the next two months, it will fly towards Friday, at the beginning of October, its first Venus is helping gravitationally. In its entire mission, the probe will pass six more venus flybys and 24 total by the sun. The name of the investigation is named after Eugene Parker, a solar physicist, who predicted the existence of the first solar wind in 1958, which was a stream of charged particles and magnetic fields that flow from the Sun continuously.