Parker solar probe is going to be doing 7 fly-bys of Venus before it reaches its lowest point in its orbit around the sun. Will it be doing anything before it reaches the lowest point? We're still closer than ever before even during the 1st pass, it would be hard to imagine that we've yet to do anything with the probe.
I guess my question would be: At what point will they start using the sensors like the Titanium-Zirconium-Molybdenum Faraday cup and other instrumentation to gather information about our sun? Have they already started, and if they have is there anything published yet stating the results at this current point in the mission?
P.S. Sorry about the vagueness in the phrase "doing science".