The European Space Agency (ESA) solar probe collided by a coronal mass ejection

An orbiting solar spacecraft exploring the Sun came face-to-face with a massive outburst of plasma from the Sun, just prior to Venus’ axial flyby.

that Massive coronal mass ejection (CME), an explosion of charged particles from upper atmosphere of the sunaura, set off from the sun On August 30 in the direction of Venus. A little later, the solar material bubble arrived solar orbitwhich was just preparing for its last orbital flyby of the second planet from Solar System.

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