1. Venus Flyby Reveals Low-Frequency Radio Signal Detected in The Planet's Atmosphere  ScienceAlert
  2. Radio Signal Gives NASA 1st Look at Venus' Atmosphere in 30 Years  NASA Goddard
  3. NASA solar probe becomes fastest object ever built as it 'touches the sun'  CNET
  4. How the Fastest Spaceship Ever Is Getting Terrifyingly Close to the Sun  VICE
  5. NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Discovers Radio Signal in Venus’ Atmosphere  SciTechDaily
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During a close flyby of the planet Venus in July 2020, NASA's Parker Solar Probe detected something odd.During a close flyby of the planet Venus in July 2020, NASA's Parker Solar Probe detected something odd.

Venus Flyby Reveals Low-Frequency Radio Signal Detected in The Planet's Atmosphere

The Parker Solar Probe was clocked at over 330,000 miles per hour as it zipped through the sun's outer atmosphere.The Parker Solar Probe was clocked at over 330,000 miles per hour as it zipped through the sun's outer atmosphere.

NASA solar probe becomes fastest object ever built as it 'touches the sun' - CNET

Adam Szabo and Betsy Congdon, two leads on the Parker Solar Probe, discuss the mission’s discoveries and its daredevil future.Adam Szabo and Betsy Congdon, two leads on the Parker Solar Probe, discuss the mission’s discoveries and its daredevil future.

How the Fastest Spaceship Ever Is Getting Terrifyingly Close to the Sun

During a brief swing by Venus, NASA’s Parker Solar Probe detected a natural radio signal that revealed the spacecraft had flown through the planet’s upper atmosphere. This was the first direct measurement of the Venusian atmosphere in nearly 30 years — and it looks quite different from Venus past. A

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Discovers Radio Signal in Venus’ Atmosphere

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Discovers Radio Signal in Venus’ Atmosphere – SciTechDaily

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During a brief swing by Venus, Parker Solar Probe detected a natural radio signal that revealed the spacecraft had flown through the planet’s upper atmosphere. This was the first direct measurement of the Venusian atmosphere in nearly 30 years — and it looks quite different from Venus past.During a brief swing by Venus, Parker Solar Probe detected a natural radio signal that revealed the spacecraft had flown through the planet’s upper atmosphere. This was the first direct measurement of the Venusian atmosphere in nearly 30 years — and it looks quite different from Venus past.

Parker Discovers Natural Radio Emission in Venus’ Atmosphere | NASA

Parker Solar Probe became the fastest and closest to the Sun human-made object ever, breaking its own previous records.NASA’s Parker Solar Probe is providing important new insights into the inner working of the Sun and to achieve that it's breaking records left, right, and

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Just Became The Fastest Human-Made Object Of All Time | IFLScience