If you don’t know? You may be fooled. The trees without leaves would give it away. In reality it’s cold, harsh, I mean really, really cold and exceptionally crisp. It is something… odd.
It is early February in the far North. The light? It is exceptional (it has to do with the distance to the sun; Helios at this time of year.)!
The Nasa Parker Solar Probe is travelling at: 586,000 kph or 364,621 mph that is approx. 162 meters per second. The speed of light is: 299 792 458 meters per second (the fastest we know thus far) in vacuum.
Source: The Parker Solar Probe Is Fast(est).