Now's your chance to send your name hurtling into the Sun's atmosphere

Popular Science | 3/8/2018 | Staff
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You’re probably not going to go to space any time soon. But your name could. NASA is continuing its long tradition of sending people’s names into the cosmos with the Parker Solar Probe, set to blast off towards our host star this July.

Your name could be part of a spacecraft traveling 430,000 miles per hour, grazing the Sun’s atmosphere where temperatures reach 2,500 degrees Fahrenheit. Inside...
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