(CNN)Although the sun sits at the center of our solar system, mystery has surrounded the star and its behavior. In August 2018, NASA launched the Parker Solar Probe to draw closer to the sun than any satellite before. Now, the first data from the probe’s initial close passes of the sun have revealed some of the star’s strange activity.
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