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  • The solar array cooling system for the Parker Solar Probe spacecraft — one element of which is the large, square black radiator visible at center, one of two that will be installed — is shown undergoing thermal testing at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, in late February.
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    The solar array cooling system for the Parker Solar Probe spacecraft — one element of which is the large, square black radiator visible at center, one of two that will be installed — is shown undergoing thermal testing at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, in late February.
  • he solar array cooling system for the Parker Solar Probe spacecraft — one element of which is the large, square black radiator visible at center, one of two that will be installed — is shown undergoing thermal testing at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, in late February. At left: William “Chip” Delmar and C. Jack Ercol of the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory; on right, Mike Micciolo of NASA Goddard and APL’s Eric Wallis.
    NASA/JHUAPL
    he solar array cooling system for the Parker Solar Probe spacecraft — one element of which is the large, square black radiator visible at center, one of two that will be installed — is shown undergoing thermal testing at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, in late February. At left: William “Chip” Delmar and C. Jack Ercol of the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory; on right, Mike Micciolo of NASA Goddard and APL’s Eric Wallis.
  • The solar panels are shown here on this artist rendering of Parker Solar Probe; they are the black squares with gray rectangles on the center of the spacecraft.
    NASA/JHUAPL
    The solar panels are shown here on this artist rendering of Parker Solar Probe; they are the black squares with gray rectangles on the center of the spacecraft.




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