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1. Helios 2, 157078 miles per hour
During the mission, it established a record speed of 157078 meters. Hallelus 2 has also made close approaches to the sun compared to its predecessor. Hollis 2 has a surface to 0.29 s. The distance of the record is revolving around the sun. Hollis 2 started on January 15, 1976. It reached the sun’s grave on April 17, 1976.
2. Helios 1, 142000 miles per hour
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During the pilgrimage, Heliose 1 space probe received the speed of 142000 meters. 1AU from the surface (149597871 km) This space question travels around the sun’s space. On December 10, 1974, Helios 1 space was invented with the German Space Agency by NASA. The purpose behind this mission was to study solar activities. NASA space state succeeded in reaching the sun’s ovalaroid level.
3. Voyager 1, 38610 miles per hour,
Voyager I. I have traveled far and away from the date of the object. This space probe was started in 1977 with a mission to study external solar systems. On August 25, 2013, NASA Voyager 1 successfully entered into Interlar Space.During the mission, the Voyager 1 space probe’s maximum speed was 38,610 miles per hour.
The New Horizons is a NASA astronaut launch in 2006. The goal of this mission is to study platoon and planetary grants. This evaluation has succeeded on July 14, 2015 from Palto 7800 miles.The space probe was launched on January 19, 2006. At that time, it has recorded a speed of 36373 meters, which is the highest speed than any other space probe.
5. Stardust, 28856 miles per hour
A special space processing stars started by NASA in 1999. The goal of this mission is to sample samples from Dhukat Wild 2 for laboratory analysis. The 300 kilograms, robot-related investigation received a speed of 28856 meters during that mission.During the mission, stardust has traveled 2 billion miles to meet with the comet wild 2.
6. Space Shuttle Columbia, 17000 miles per hour
Space Shuttle was the first successful space shuttle in Columbia’s history of exploration. It has successfully completed 37 missions since 1981. During the mission, Space Shalal Columbia made a record speed of 17,000 miles per hour. On 1 February 2003, Space Shuttle Columbia had disrupted its usual speed