University of Iowa researchers have reported on November 4, 2019, that the spacecraft Voyager 2 has entered the interstellar medium (ISM), the region of space outside the heliosphere or the protective bubble particles and magnetic fields produced by the Sun….
It's finally official, Voyager 1 spacecraft is now in the interstellar space. The 36-year-old probe is now about 19 billion kilometers (12 billion miles) from our Sun traveling at a speed of about 61 155 km/h (38 000 mph).
New and unexpected
NASA scientists have announced entry of Voyager 1 in a new region in deep space, which they’re calling a magnetic highway for charged particles; presumably the last leg of Voyager mission’s journey. In this region, magnetic field lines of sun are found connected to
As noted before, Voyager 1 is at the edge of our solar system. Science enthusiasts around the world are eyeing Voyager 1’s progress as such an incident will mark another giant leap for humanity. New data suggests it has already happened. There were three things
35 years ago, on September 5, 1977, NASA’s Voyager 1 spacecraft launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, aboard a Titan-Centaur rocket. Voyager 2 probe was launched on August 20, 1977. Voyager 1 crossed the termination shock in December 2004 at about 94 AU from the
According to new data from NASA’s Voyager 1 spacecraft two of three key signs of changes expected to occur at the boundary of interstellar space have changed faster than at any other time in the last seven years.For the last seven years, Voyager 1 has been exploring
Data from NASA’s Voyager 1 spacecraft indicate that the venerable deep-space explorer has encountered a region in space where the intensity of charged particles from beyond our solar system has markedly increased. Voyager scientists looking at this rapid rise draw