How To Visit the Sun Without Melting

This episode is made in partnership with our friends at What’s Watt, a new show about electricity. Head to their channel now to learn more about this invisible topic: / @whatswattbynexans6959 In 2021, the Parker Solar Probe fulfilled its mission to “touch the Sun”. But the temperature over there was millions of degrees Celsius. How did the spacecraft not melt? Hosted by: Reid Reimers (he/him)
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Particle Simulation of Thermal Conduction

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