NASA’s Parker Solar Probe (PSP) mission is a historic project. PSP will go closer to the Sun than any other spacecraft before. It will come as close as 6.16 million kilometers to the visible surface of the Sun and will provide the first ever direct measurements of its outer atmosphere, the solar corona.
NASA's Parker Solar Probe (PSP) was launched August 12, 2018 from Cape Canaveral. PSP will reveal new insights into the dynamical processes of the energy flow and heating mechanisms in the solar corona and solar wind.
The CGAUSS project is the German scientific and technical contribution to the PSP mission. CGAUSS provides a European data server for the WISPR observations. The latest officially released data can be found here. .