I'm amazed these two stories aren't getting much love, but in any other time when there's not so much important news drenching us like a fire hose, these civilization-changing stories would be more appreciated.
First, NASA's Parker Solar Probe has touched the Sun. It sounds weird too even say that. It's the first man-made object to enter the Sun's atmosphere in our Earth's history (as we know it):
Parker Solar Probe launched in 2018 to explore the mysteries of the Sun by traveling closer to it than any spacecraft before. Three years after launch and decades after first conception, Parker has finally arrived.
Unlike Earth, the Sun doesn’t have a solid surface. But it does have a superheated atmosphere, made of solar material bound to the Sun by gravity and magnetic forces. As rising heat and pressure push that material away from the Sun, it reaches a point where gravity and magnetic fields are too weak to contain it.
That point, known as the Alfvén critical surface, marks the end of the solar atmosphere and beginning of the solar wind. Solar material with the energy to make it across that boundary becomes the solar wind, which drags the magnetic field of the Sun with it as it races across the solar system, to Earth and beyond. Importantly, beyond the Alfvén critical surface, the solar wind moves so fast that waves within the wind cannot ever travel fast enough to make it back to the Sun – severing their connection.
Until now, researchers were unsure exactly where the Alfvén critical surface lay. Based on remote images of the corona, estimates had put it somewhere between 10 to 20 solar radii from the surface of the Sun – 4.3 to 8.6 million miles. Parker’s spiral trajectory brings it slowly closer to the Sun and during the last few passes, the spacecraft was consistently below 20 solar radii (91 percent of Earth’s distance from the Sun), putting it in the position to cross the boundary – if the estimates were correct.
Second, although we've already found water on Mars (another "conspiracy theory" that's been established fact), this news involves "significant amounts of water" discovered inside what would be the Mars' equivalent of Earth's Grand Canyon:
Scientists have discovered a world-historic discovery on Mars: "significant amounts of water" are hiding inside the Red Planet's Valles Marineris, its version of our grand canyon system, according to a recent press release from the European Space Agency (ESA).
And up to 40% of material near the surface of the canyon could be water molecules.
The tech and science advancements and discoveries have been accelerating at quite a pace over the past few years, where science fiction is rapidly becoming reality in many areas. It feels like to me we're leaving the clutches of the globalist Marxists behind and entering a new type of advanced civilization.