NASA partners with ESA to take 1st peek at Sun's poles

NASA collaborated with the European space agency for a mission to find some pictures of the North and South poles of the Sun. The new spacecraft is expected to be launched on the 7th of February according to the report by NASA.

“Up until Solar Orbiter, all solar imaging instruments have been within the ecliptic plane or very close to it,” said Russell Howard, a space scientist at the Naval Research Lab in Washington, D.C. and principal investigator for one of Solar Orbiter’s ten instruments.

“Now, we’ll be able to look down on the Sun from above,” Howard said.

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