Here are pictures of NASA’s Parker solar probe being launched “up” into space…
From NASA: “Inside the corona, it’s also, of course, unimaginably hot. The spacecraft will travel through material with temperatures greater than a million degrees Fahrenheit while being bombarded with intense sun light.
So, why won’t it melt?
Parker Solar Probe has been designed to withstand the extreme conditions and temperature fluctuations for the mission. The key lies in its custom heat shield and an autonomous system that helps protect the mission from the Sun’s intense light emission, but does allow the coronal material to “touch” the spacecraft.”
It has custom heat shields. Those million degree temperatures will be nothing for it… of course because its under water already.