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With no electric charge and very little mass, neutrinos are known to blast across the cosmos at high energies. But scientists have yet to fully track down how the particles get so juiced up.

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Our @ESASolarOrbiter  mission’s first images reveal ‘campfires’ on the Sun#TheSunUpClose  Full story: Image gallery:

Good morning. It's time for live views of Earth from space again. @AstroBehnken  begins spacewalk worksite prep, giving us a helmet cam view of our blue planet from 270 miles (434 kilometers) above our heads:

#SolarOrbiter has made its first close pass by the Sun, studying our star and space with a comprehensive suite of instruments — and the data is already revealing previously unseen details. This is #TheSunUpClose .

The crew will switch their spacesuits to battery power at 7:35am ET. Terms to know: 🔽 -Egress = exit -EVA = Extravehicular Activity (spacewalk) -PGT = Pistol Grip Tool (drill) -BRT = Body Restraint Tether -APFR = Articulating Portable Foot Restraint

Our @ESASolarOrbiter  mission’s first images of #TheSunUpClose  reveal ‘campfires’ features 👉

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