The Sun – nuclear reactor or light bulb?

NASA is preparing to launch a spacecraft that will approach the sun more closely than any manmade technology in history. NASA’s Parker Solar Probe, a robotic spacecraft intended to explore, among other things, the mysteries of the solar wind, and the enduring puzzle of coronal heating, will approach within less than 4 million miles of the Sun’s photosphere, or what is sometimes referred to as the Sun’s surface.

For decades, within the Electric Universe community, our scientists have proposed a radically alternative model of the Sun, based on the principles of electrical engineering and plasma physics. Today, retired professor Dr. Donald Scott outlines the opportunities for the NASA mission to test the predictions of the Electric Sun model. Parker Solar Probe Animation by NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center.

Link: https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/Gallery/Par…

Dr. Scott’s Electric Cosmos website: http://electric-cosmos.org/

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