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  • Voyager Spacecraft’s Terrifying New Discovery In Space

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    Voyager Spacecraft’s Terrifying New Discovery In Space.
    The twin Voyager space probes first embarked about a month apart from each other on their historic interplanetary expedition in 1977. In 1989, only 5 days after the 12-year anniversary of its departure, Voyager 2 became the first—and, so far, the only—spacecraft to fly past the planet Neptune, which orbits at a frigid 2.7 billion miles from the Sun.

    Since then, Voyager 2 has only grown more and more distant, now leaving our solar system behind at a velocity of 34,000 miles per hour. In 2018, more than 41 years after its launch, Voyager 2 crossed the threshold between our solar system and interstellar space. Although there are no more planets for Voyager to explore, the probe continues its decades-long mission into the vast and unknown regions of the cosmos.

    What did Voyager discover along its journey? Which one is likely to reach the furthest into the universe? And what is that strange humming noise?

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  • Voyager Spacecrafts Terrifying New Discovery In Space

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    Voyager Spacecraft's Terrifying New Discovery In Space

    Join us in today’s video as we show you details on the terrifying discovery in space by Voyager Spacecraft. In 1989, only 5 days after the 12-year anniversary of its departure, Voyager 2 became the first—and, so far, the only—spacecraft to fly past the planet Neptune, which orbits at a frigid 2.7 billion miles from the Sun. Since then, Voyager 2 has only grown more and more distant, now leaving our solar system behind at a velocity of 34,000 miles per hour.

    Although there are no more planets for Voyager to explore, the probe continues its decades-long mission into the vast and unknown regions of the cosmos. What did Voyager discover along its journey? Make sure to watch this video and in addition, do us a favor and like the video and subscribe and turn on the notification bell. We’ll see you in the next video!

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  • Voyager Spacecrafts Shocking New Discovery In Space

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    Voyager Spacecraft's Shocking New Discovery In Space.
    Some of the most incredible discoveries in human history have been found by the two Voyager spacecrafts. Even though they were launched over 40 years ago they are still collecting data while flying through space at approximately 38,000 miles per hour or 17 kilometers per second.

    The spacecraft have explored Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. At each of these stops, they have sent back detailed and stunning views of the strange worlds they’ve come across. They have revealed ice-covered moons, deep space volcanoes, and even water located millions of miles away from Earth. So what are some of the most mind-blowing discoveries from this historical space mission? And what's the next destination planned for the Voyager spacecrafts?


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  • Voyager Spacecrafts Terrifying NEW Discovery In Space Changes Everything!

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    In 1977, two spacecraft departed the earth and embarked on a mission to refine human
    knowledge of the solar system. More than 40 years later, the two spacecraft still
    communicate with the earth! And now, billions of miles away from us, the Voyager
    mission has made a terrifying discovery! How has the mission lasted this long, and what
    is the startling discovery?
    Join us as we dive into Voyager Spacecraft's INSANE New discovery changes
    everything!
    How many technologies from the seventies still work perfectly and continuously used?
    You will agree not many, as technology leaps by bounds!
    Here is another question: how many devices made in the seventies still work? Maybe a
    classic car that is well maintained?
    Would you like to use a telephone from the seventies as your daily driver? Of course,
    apart from the ornamental and sentimental value, it is pretty useless.
    But what about when the device is billions of miles away from the earth and is even
    going further away from us?
    That is the story of the twin Voyager spacecraft! Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 left the earth
    in 1977 within days of each other. Decades later, Voyager 2 is more than ten and a half
    billion miles away from us! The Voyager 1, going in the opposite direction, is even
    farther from us, at more than a whopping 12 billion miles away!
    Yet, we get signals from them, using technology from the seventies!
    To quantify how far these two spacecraft are from the earth, it takes radio signals,
    traveling at the speed of light, 30 good hours to get to Voyager 2 and return! For
    Voyager 2, the scientists have to wait even longer as it takes 38 hours for the two legs
    of the trip!
    During their sojourn in deep space, the two Voyager spacecraft have explored Jupiter,
    Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. Thanks to them, we have detailed views of these faraway
    worlds, seeing their moons enveloped in ice, covered in volcanoes, and bathed in
    gasoline smog!
    One cool thing about the Voyagers, apart from changing our perspective of the earth, is
    that they have exported human culture to the stars and whatever species is there. This
    is because the two spacecraft are equipped with golden gramophone records playing
    our sounds out there to anybody that cares to listen! The message includes speech,
    music, sounds, and even pictures encoded in the grooves. The music consists of
    classical from Bach, Beethoven, and Mozart. Surprisingly, Elvis Presley, the rave of the
    moment, did not make the cut!
    The Voyager spacecraft were built by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, which
    operates them. The JPL is a division of Caltech in Pasadena.
    Voyager 2 took off from Cape Canaveral on 20 August 1977, while Voyager 1 launched
    on the 5th of the next. They took advantage of the launch window that would allow the
    mission to fly by all the four giant planets.
    Signals from the Voyagers are received by NASA's deep space network, which are
    giant satellite dishes scattered around the world, designed to pick up data from distant
    spacecraft.
    The power of the transmitter on the spacecraft is around 12 watts, but when it is on high
    power, it is 20 watts, the equivalent of the lightbulb on a fridge!
    So anytime you struggle to receive a mobile phone signal, remember NASA has no
    problem receiving messages from 12 billion miles away, using a 40 year old, 12 watt
    transmitter!
    The most mind-blowing thing is that each time NASA receives a signal from Voyager 1,
    it is the farther any manufactured object has communicated with the earth!
    Few expeditions in the entire history of humankind have produced as many scientific
    achievements as the twin Voyager spacecraft. They were the first computer controlled
    spacecraft to be launched. They fly themselves, run themselves, check themselves, and
    even switch to backup systems by themselves!
    So, how come the Voyagers are still communicating even after so many years? How
    are they continuously powered?
    The two Voyagers are equipped with thermoelectric electric generators. They contain
    plutonium, which, being radioactive, decays. This process produces heat, converted to
    the electric current that runs the Voyagers' systems.
    Plutonium has a half-life of about 90 years, allowing a small quantity to produce power
    for a long time!
    However, the power source won't last forever because every year, four watts less heat
    is produced. To keep them flying as much as possible, NASA has been turning off
    redundant systems. For example, NASA only keeps the instruments that can take data
    where the spacecraft are running. The cameras are shut off since it is pitch black where
    they are, and there is nothing to see.
    Essential processes like heating are kept running to prevent the onboard instrument
    from freezing. NASA scientists believe the time to shut down the Voyagers will come
    within the next ten years, or they will stop getting signals from the Voyager aircraft. If the
    latter is the case, it will happen gradually as signals will continuously weaken.

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  • Voyager Spacecrafts Horrifying New Discovery In Space

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    The Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 spacecraft were launched during the seventies, to boldly go where no one has gone before. For more than forty years these spacecraft have been our vanguard of space programs and have enabled man to uncover secrets of our solar system and the galaxy.

    Welcome to Factnomenal and today we're going to look at the strangest discoveries made by Voyager 1 and Voyager 2!

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  • Voyager Spacecraft 1 & 2 Shocking NEW Discovery In Space!

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    Voyager Spacecraft 1 & 2 Shocking NEW Discovery In Space!

    NASA’s Voyager Spacecrafts contributed to finding some of the most amazing discoveries in human history. The Voyager 1 and 2 were launched in 1977 and are still collecting data while flying through the depths of space. The NASA Voyager Spacecrafts have explored multiple planets while sending back breathtaking images of the planets and moons they discovered. What discoveries did the Voyager 1 and 2 make and what will they discover next? Find out in this video!

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  • NASA Telescope Makes Terrifying New Discovery In Deep Space

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    NASA Telescope Makes Terrifying New Discovery In Deep Space.
    When the brilliant minds at NASA first launched the Hubble Telescope into space they knew that there were going to be some amazing, startling, revolutionary images sent back to Earth because of it. It was - and still is - one of the largest and most versatile research tools in the history of humanity and was set to give us our best look yet at the universe surrounding us.

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  • Voyager 2 Has Detected Mysterious Movement in Space

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  • NASAs Voyager 2 Has Just Entered Deep Space & It Has Sent Back This Message To Scientists

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    NASA's Voyager 2 has just entered deep space & it has sent back this message to scientists. Today, we take a look at what the Voyager 2 just sent back to scientists.

    There are mysteries all around us, and we are fascinated by what we cannot understand. Inexplicable phenomena are discovered every day, keeping our curiosity piqued and the prospect of actually knowing the world around us a foreign concept.

    Every-day it is possible to find something new and exciting, big or small, in the most extreme places on Earth. Some take us to different planets, and tell us about the cosmos, some tell us about our histories. All of them leave us eager to learn more.

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  • NASAs NEW Terrifying Discovery In Space By Voyager

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    NASA's NEW Terrifying Discovery In Space By Voyager

    One of NASA's oldest creations, and its most recent discoveries in Space.
    The Voyager 1 just discovered a strange signal in space over 14 billion miles away from the Earth, had a pretty exciting encounter, billions of miles away from the Earth. NASA reported a strange humming sound, which ideally would not be possible because Space is filled with a vacuum


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  • New Discovery On Jupiters Moon Terrifies Scientists

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    Since the beginning of time, humans have been curious about things around them. In
    the quest of knowing about things around us, humans developed fantastic technologies.
    With these, there were able to know more and more about things around them. With the
    advancement of technology, humans have been seeking knowledge about things
    beyond them and even things beyond those skies you see every day.
    In today's video, we'll look at SpaceX & NASA's terrifying new discovery on Jupiter’s
    moon that changes everything, which will make you wonder about things that exist up
    there and give you fantastic thoughts that will keep you awake at night.
    Ensure you watch to the end!
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    Humans have been exploring space since 1957 and it keeps getting better every day
    until now. Scientists have been trying to search space if they can find living things up
    there. Don't worry, they won't stumble upon Superman or Green Lanterns anytime soon.
    This expedition takes us to Jupiter or should we say, the Jovian System.
    What is the Jovian System? The Jovian System is all about Jupiter, its rings and moons.
    Jupiter is a gas giant and it is the largest of the Gas Giants. Its atmosphere mostly
    consists of hydrogen and helium. It is 11 times larger than the Earth as it has an
    equatorial radius of about 44,000 miles compared to the Earth’s of just under 4,000
    miles. This planet was discovered by the Babylonians approximately 2,800 years ago.
    With a refracting telescope, Galileo Galilei discovered its moons in 1610.
    We all know that water is one of the most important things to survive. Water is life. The
    human body can't survive for 5 days without water. Humans can't do most activities
    without water: agriculture, cooking, and so many others. Water is also a determining
    factor in biochemical reactions. One of the latest discoveries made by NASA is the
    presence of water.
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    There is only one way to find out. Keep watching the video!
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    NASA reported that its Hubble space telescope - one of the legendary technologies
    used to view space found persistent water vapour over the atmosphere of Europa, one
    of Jupiter's moons. According to NASA, the Hubble Space Telescope observed some
    persistent water vapour over a large area of Europa's atmosphere. The surface of
    Europa is smooth and the solid ice crust looks like a cracked eggshell. Its interior
    consists of a global ocean with more water than found on earth and could possibly
    harbour life as we know it.
    That's not all about Jupiter. Data from NASA's Juno probe indicates that about 0.25% of
    the molecules in the atmosphere over Jupiter's equator is composed of water. Let us
    save you the mathematics calculation and expression of that 0.25%. That 0.25% is
    based on a prevalence of water's components, hydrogen and oxygen, three times more
    than at the sun. Amazing! Why this data is amazing and shocking was that NASA's
    Galileo data about Jupiter was different. After this latest discovery, scientists checked
    Galileo's result and compared and they discovered something. What did they discover?
    They discovered that the result of Galileo's was drier than that of Juno. Galileo's results
    sent back data showing 10 times less water than scientists predicted, and more weirdly,
    the amount of water appeared to increase the deeper the spacecraft went into Jupiter's
    atmosphere.
    It happened that at the same time Galileo was plunging into Jupiter there was a ground-
    based infrared telescope that was able to measure water concentrations at Jupiter. This
    telescope showed that Galileo may have accidentally hit a dry spot during its probe.
    This could only mean one thing, water is not well-mixed deep in Jupiter's atmosphere.
    This is also proven by Juno during its first eight flybys. It revealed that there is a lack of
    atmospheric mixing on the planet and its surrounding systems. Juno principal
    investigator at the Southwest Research Institute, Scott Bolton, said in a statement, just
    when we think we have things figured out, Jupiter reminds us how much we still have to
    learn. He added, Juno's surprise discovery that the atmosphere was not well mixed
    even well below the cloud tops is a puzzle that we are still trying to figure out. No one
    would have guessed that water might be so variable across the planet.
    Working with the results of Galileo's probe and that of Juno, scientists will be able to get
    more details about Jupiter, the Jovian System and the solar system. Jupiter is known to
    probably be the first planet to form. This indicates that Jupiter could have sucked up

  • NASA Voyagers Shocking New Discovery In Space

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    The twin Voyager space probes began their mission back in 1977, and in their time of service, they have done nothing but prove to be valuable assets to astronomers. While we continue to observe the universe from a distance, there are some things that can only be studied up-close; and so the Voyagers were made. As the flagships of space exploration, oftentimes they are the first to record strange and new discoveries. Even in their final dying years, they continue to send data back to earth and you won’t believe the things they’ve recently discovered.

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  • Voyager Spacecraft Recent DISCOVERY Left Scientists Shocked

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    Voyager Spacecraft Recent DISCOVERY Left Scientists Shocked

    Join us in today’s video as we show you Voyager: Voyager Spacecraft's Puzzling New Discovery in Space REVEALED. In a new study, a team of physicists led by the University of Iowa report the first detection of bursts of cosmic ray electrons accelerated by shock waves originating from major eruptions on the sun.

    The detection, made by instruments onboard both the Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 spacecraft, occurred as the Voyagers continue their journey outward through interstellar space, thus making them the first craft to record this unique physics in the realm between stars. Be sure to watch the whole video for the full details about this and in addition, do us a favor and like the video and subscribe and turn on the notification bell. We’ll see you in the next video!

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  • Saturn’s Close Encounter With Earth And 5 Insane Space Events In 2022!

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    Saturn’s Close Encounter With Earth And 5 Insane Space Events In 2022!
    The universe never stops impressing and wowing us, but this year it's got a few very unique and exciting tricks up its sleeves. Scientists and astronomers have been patiently waiting for this year to come, and that begs the question. What are the most insane space events taking place this year?

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  • Voyager 2 Has Found Something Scary in Deep Space

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    Voyager 2 was launched by NASA to study the outer planets of our solar system. Its primary mission was to explore Jupiter and Saturn. After making a series of discoveries there, such as active volcanoes on Jupiter's moon IO, and intricacies of Saturn's rings, voyager's mission was extended.

    Voyager 2 went on to explore Uranus and Neptune, and is still the only spacecraft to have visited either of these two ice giant planets. Voyager 2 is now in its extended mission to study Interstellar Space and has been operating for 43 years as of 2021. It remains in contact through the NASA Deep Space Network.

    Voyager 2 is the fourth of five spacecraft to achieve the Solar escape velocity, which allowed it to leave the Solar System. In the year 2018, voyager 2 went around the sun’s influence boundary, thereby becoming the second spacecraft to enter interstellar space.

    Ever since, Voyager 2 has been bringing information about space that extends beyond our solar system.

    The signal from Voyager 2 is still beaming back, taking more than 16 hours to reach Earth. Its 22.4-watt transmitter has a power equivalent to a fridge light, which is more than a billion times dimmer by the time it reaches Earth and is picked up by Nasa’s largest antenna, a 70-metre dish.

    NASA’s Voyager 2 spacecraft came across something strange in interstellar space. The voyager found that the density of outer space is increasing which has challenged the earlier accepted fact about space being a vacuum.

    Space is generally thought of as a vacuum, but it isn't, not completely. The density of matter is extremely low, but it still exists. In the Solar System, the solar wind has an average proton and electron density of 3 to 10 particles per cubic centimeter, but it grows lower the farther out you go from the Sun.

    The mean electron density of the interstellar medium in the Milky Way, has been calculated to be around 0.07 particles per cubic centimeter. And the plasma density in the outer heliosphere is around 0.002 electrons per cubic centimeter.

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  • Voyager 2 Weird Discoveries that shocked NASA after a year of silence...

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    Voyager 2 is a space probe launched by NASA on August 20, 1977, to study the outer planets and interstellar space beyond the Sun's heliosphere. A part of the Voyager program, it was launched 16 days before its twin, Voyager 1, on a trajectory that took longer to reach Jupiter and Saturn but enabled further encounters with Uranus and Neptune. It remains the only spacecraft to have visited either of these two, and both ice giant planets. Voyager 2 successfully fulfilled its primary mission of visiting the Jovian system in 1979, the Saturnian system in 1981, Uranian system in 1986, and the Neptunian system in 1989
    From July 2018, The spacecraft has officially exited the Solar System and start a new journey of studying interstellar space, promises to give us a fresh look at what exists in the depths of the universe.
    But it's not that simple
    In 2020, maintenance to the Deep Space Network cut outbound contact with the probe for eight months. Contact was reestablished on November 2, 2020, when a series of instructions was transmitted, subsequently executed, and relayed back with a successful communication message. On February 12, 2021, full communications with the probe were restored after a major antenna upgrade that took a year to complete. The DSS 43 communication antenna, which is solely responsible for communications with the probe, is located near Canberra, Australia.
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    Launched on Aug. 20th 1999, Voyager 2 began transmitting images of Jupiter April 24, 1979, for time-lapse movies of atmospheric circulation. Unlike Voyager 1, Voyager 2 made close passes to the Jovian moons on its way into the system, with scientists especially interested in more information from Europa and Io (which necessitated a 10 hour-long “volcano watch”).
    During its encounter, it relayed back spectacular photos of the entire Jovian system, including its moons Callisto, Ganymede, Europa (at a range of about 127,830 miles or 205,720 kilometers, much closer than Voyager 1), Io, and Amalthea, all of which had already been surveyed by Voyager 1.
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  • NASA Reestablishes Contact with the Voyager, Almost 12 Billion Miles from Earth!

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    44 years: That's how long it's been since the Voyager 2 space probe left our blue home planet to subsequently gain new insights into our galactic neighborhood in the endless expanses of space. During this time, NASA's unmanned spacecraft penetrated an incredible 12 billion miles into space and passed numerous planets of our solar system during its flight. While Voyager 2 has regularly sent important data to Earth over the past four and a half decades, the connection to the world-famous probe was severed for many months in March of last year. We will now reveal the reasons for this and how the experts of the renowned space agency finally managed to restore the signal to Voyager 2. However, before we get into this topic, we would like to take a look at the spacecraft’s history together with you. In today's video, you’ll find out which celestial bodies the probe has already visited during its decades-long flight, which galactic milestones have been recorded in the process and what the future of the venerable space vehicle looks like.

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  • Voyager 2 Comes Back Online And Detects A Mysterious Hum

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    It looks like space is an abandoned empty place without the slightest sign of another civilization like us. But does this mean the universe is absolutely silent and nobody except us has tried to explore it? Scientists’ recent discoveries may prove otherwise.

    The farthest space probe Voyager 1 has been traveling for almost 44 years now and still sends data back to Earth. And one day, scientists heard a shockingly strange cosmic hum.

    Even though the probe has already sent similar recordings in the past, the newly discovered signal was significantly different. For the first time in human history, we got the chance to explore what’s hiding outside our solar system!

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  • NASA Finally Contacts Voyager 2 Again After A Year of Silence

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    How far in space do you think we could travel in the span of 44 years? The answer? 11 billion miles! That is how long Voyager 2 has been traveling in the vast infinite of space, and you will not believe just how much our little space scout has learned in its travels. Equipped with a multitude of scientific instruments, Voyager 2 is more than capable of giving us a play-by-play of its journey through the stars.
    Let's start with the info we got from our solar system. While our advanced telescopes can observe our neighbor planets from the Earth, it doesn't compare to being up close and personal with them. That's where the voyager missions come in. We knew there were gas giants and there were terrestrial planets. We could see that Saturn had rings. We could tell that Jupiter was massive and had many moons, but that was about it. There was only so much to study through the lens of a telescope a million miles away. So what did we do? We sent a traveler to go see it for themselves. Voyagers….

  • NASA Discovery of a NEW TYPE of Solar Oscillation Can Control The Sun

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    NASA Discovery of a NEW TYPE of Solar Oscillation Can Control The Sun

    Join us in today’s video as we show you NASA’s new discovery on the sun. Since NASA’s inception in 1958, astronauts have landed on the moon, parked a robot-controlled rover on Mars, and discovered thousands of exoplanets—planets that orbit stars outside of this solar system. Scientists can even explore 95% of invisible space composed of dark energy, dark matter, and dark radiation.

    But recently, a NASA spacecraft became the first to “touch the sun,” a long-awaited milestone and a potential giant leap in understanding the sun’s influence on the solar system. But what they discovered shocked scientists! Be sure to watch the whole video and in addition, do us a favor and like the video and subscribe and turn on the notification bell. We’ll see you in the next video!

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    What Did Nasa's Voyager 1 Really Discover?
    The Voyager 1 space probe is currently the furthest man-made object from planet Earth, at roughly 13.5 billion miles away! But what has the Voyager 1 spacecraft seen during its 43-year journey out of the solar system?

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  • Voyager 2 Is Back Online, 11 Billion Miles From Earth

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    Voyager 2 Is Back Online, 11 Billion Miles From Earth

    The Voyager 2 space probe was launched in 1977 in an effort to study the four gas giants of the solar system – Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. It has passed through all four planets already, and it has transmitted lots of useful data about them. It’s even flown by Pluto, and is now way beyond our solar system.
    Late last year, NASA was able to regain contact with Voyager 2, which is now more than 11 billion miles away from Earth. What is it still doing? It’s still transmitting data, but what is out there? Find out more in today’s video.

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  • Voyager 1 Detects Strange Noises in Space

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    The Voyager 1 spacecraft detects strange humming noises in space. Space discoveries like this allow ue to get a evtter understanding of space and the universe as it opens up our minds to more possibilities. Were these strange noises in space an extraterrestrial being? Or was it merely just a random frequency with no true meaning?

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  • Something Very Strange Was Found On Jupiter!

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    Something Very Strange Was Found On Jupiter!
    NASA and other scientists have released images of not one, but two strange shapes found on planets in our solar system. This mysterious pair of hexagons has stunned scientists across the globe and has left them asking two major questions: What are they? And how did they form?

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  • Voyager 2 to Earth: After a Year of No Contact, Heres What We Found

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    Voyager 2 to Earth: After a Year of No Contact, Here's What We Found

    Both Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 hold the records for the farthest a spacecraft has ever traveled and for the longest operating mission. Voyager 2 has had a few hiccups over the years, but it is still feeling its way around in the dark, making discoveries about the boundaries that separate our solar system from the rest of the Milky Way galaxy. Continue watching the whole video to learn more!

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  • Voyager 2 JUST FOUND Something Very Weird In Space!

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    The size of the universe is immense. We've come a long way in our research, but everything we know, all the stars, planets, and galaxies visible today, make up only 4 to 5% of the universe. The universe that we are exploring is unveiling weird objects to us as we move away from the earth. With the help of voyagers, we are farther from the earth and sun than pluto and even entered the interstellar space, discovering the strange space. However, when the voyager continued on its way to the interstellar, it came upon a weird object or barrier that had never been seen anywhere else in this universe before. The scientists are curious to know what that boundary is. Is it protecting our solar system Or is it protecting some other strange world? Welcome to Cosmos lab, your one station for all the news from space. Join us in today’s video to find out about the weird boundary in space.
    In November 2018, NASA's Voyager 2 accomplished a milestone of exploration by becoming only the second spacecraft ever to explore interstellar space, some six years after its twin, Voyager 1, made the same transition, billions of miles from Earth. Scientists have disclosed what Voyager 2 witnessed as it passed through the intergalactic space, providing new insight into some of our solar system's biggest mysteries.
    In late 2019 voyager 2 explored a strange boundary between the heliosphere and interstellar space. As the probe continues its voyage, scientists hope to discover more about interstellar space and the remainder of the Milky Way galaxy. Following the probe's entry into interstellar space, scientists examined data obtained throughout the probe's journey from the Sun's major sphere of influence into the emptiness between stars known as the interstellar medium.
    The heliosphere is the region of space that encompasses the solar system and is influenced by solar winds. The heliopause is the heliosphere's outer boundary, and interstellar space lies beyond it. Solar winds and the magnetic field of the sun are unable to reach interstellar space.
    As the Voyager left the solar system, scientists got the chance to learn more about the edge of the solar system and the mysterious boundary that separates it from the rest of space. According to a team lead by Edward Stone, a professor of physics at Caltech and project scientist on the Voyager programme since its start in the 1970s, Voyager 2 identified a previously unknown barrier just outside the heliopause.
    This threshold is called cosmic ray boundary layer by the researchers because it indicates where the probe encountered a shift in the gradient of cosmic rays from beyond our Sun and lower-energy particles typical of our Sun's familiar environment.

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    The heliopause is a region that resembles a big bubble and is located around 11 billion miles from the sun. It is the heliosphere and interstellar space's dividing line. The heliopause, on the other hand, isn't a thick, impenetrable barrier. It's more of a porous boundary that permits some particles to get through. Because the boundary allows particles to enter and exit the region, a mix of heliosphere and interstellar space particles is created. Voyager 1 data revealed interstellar particles entering the solar system, whereas Voyager 2 data revealed solar particles leaving. Although Voyager 1 and 2 have expanded knowledge about the heliopause, many questions remain, such as the shape of the region.
    According to the researchers, “There appear to be cosmic ray boundary layers on both sides of the heliopause, with the outer one only being evident at the position of Voyager 2. This cosmic ray boundary layer on the outside of the heliopause was not evident at the place and time where Voyager 1 crossed it.”
    According to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory at the California Institute of Technology, when Voyagers 1 and 2 left the solar system, there was a rapid dropoff in solar particles and a significant rise in galactic radiation. It's unclear why the probes ended up on opposite sides of the heliopause, passing through these layers. It could be related to the Voyagers' divergent paths, with Voyager 1 exiting the heliopause in the northern hemisphere and Voyager 2 escaping from the southern hemisphere.

  • 40 Years Ago, NASA Sent A Message To Aliens — Heres What It Says

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    In September 1977, NASA launched Voyager I from Cape Canaveral, Florida. The craft carried a golden record that contained a message to aliens from the people of Earth. Here's what it said.

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  • What Did Nasas Voyager 1 Truly Find?

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    In the vastness of space, the farthest man-made object out there is NASA’s Voyager 1.

    This spacecraft is currently over 22 billion kilometers away from Earth, which is 156 times the distance between our Earth and Sun.

    It is so far away that it had crossed over into Interstellar space sometime in 2012. Voyager 1 has now gone beyond our Sun’s Heliosphere, a boundary beyond which the Sun's gravitational influence on any object is no more!

    Despite this, Voyager 1 still maintains active communication with NASA’s Deep Space Network even today. In its 44-year mission, it has found some remarkable things about our Solar System and beyond.

    So stick around as we explore one of humanity’s most successful space exploration missions, NASA’s Voyager 1.

  • Earth 2.0 a NEW Planet Was Found by Scientists

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    Earth 2.0 a NEW Planet Was Found by Scientists (SHOCKING)

    On the 20th anniversary year of the discovery that proved other suns host planets, the Kepler exoplanet explorer has discovered a planet and star which most closely resemble the Earth and our Sun, said John Grunsfeld, associate administrator of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate at the agency’s headquarters in Washington. “This exciting result brings us one step closer to finding an Earth 2.0. Watch the whole video to learn more about Earth 2.0!

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  • The Source That Powered Voyagers For 44 Years In Space

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    The two Voyager spacecraft have been exploring the cosmos for more than 40 years. Today, Voyager 1 is the farthest spacecraft from Earth at more than 20 billion km. Even signals take more than 20 hours to get there. But have you ever wondered what kept these two spacecraft going? What’s the energy source that is powering the Voyagers? And most importantly, how long do we have before we lost contact with the two distant spacecraft? The second episode of the second season of the ‘Ever Wondered’ series will answer these questions.

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  • NASA Finally Reveals NEW Telescope After James Webb That Changes Everything!

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    A few weeks ago, the whole world held their breath as the groundbreaking James Webb
    Space Telescope, JWST, finally launched from French Guiana. Everything had to be
    perfect, or the biggest telescope ever made by humans would fail at the cost of billions
    of dollars and decades of sweat! Fortunately, the launch went well! However, the nail-
    biting has not ended because the JWST will still carry out potentially risky maneuvers
    that could spell disaster for the space telescope! This risk, however, is not stopping the
    National Aeronautics and Space Administration Agency from working on the next
    massive space telescopes that will shape astronomy in the next decade! Join us as we
    dive into how NASA finally reveals four new massive space telescopes after the James
    Webb Space Telescope!
    Building and launching space telescopes is not a small feat! Take, for example, the
    recently launched James Webb Space Telescope. The JWST was scheduled to launch
    in 2007 at a budget of $1 billion, with work starting in 1996. However, with many
    technical difficulties surfacing, the budget ballooned, and the final cost now sits close to
    $10 billion!
    Yet, all that billions of dollars could have gone to waste if the telescope was subject to
    too much vibration during takeoff! The space telescope had to be designed to fold to fit
    into the fairing of the launch rocket and then unfurl on its way to its final destination!
    That is one thing about designing these giant space telescopes! You have to develop
    with the available launch vehicle in mind because your telescope has to fit on the
    rocket! The folding approach adopted by the JWST designers was necessary but also
    very risky because the components of the 6.5-meter wide telescope had to be precisely
    positioned! You can't even send an astronaut to the JWST for any repair like you could
    do with the legendary Hubble Telescope, so you have just a chance to get everything
    right!
    Another potential source of disaster is the sun shades. They are necessary to keep the
    JWST cold enough for the infrared it depends on to function without interference. These
    shades are in five layers, made from special materials, and each has to be precisely
    positioned for the telescope to work! With all these complexities, the JWST is not
    expected to last more than ten years when the fuel on board would have run out!
    However, the JWST is mighty! In fact, it is between 10 and 100 times more sensitive
    than the Hubble! According to NASA, the JWST can pick up infrared emissions from a
    bumblebee flying on the moon!
    But why do we put space telescopes in space? Is it really worth it? We put telescopes in
    orbit around the Earth or farther out into space to get a clearer view of the Universe.
    These telescopes are of different types. Some are used to study a unique object like the
    Sun. Others are used to study the different kinds of light given off by objects in space.
    You could have X-ray and gamma-ray telescopes that explore the hottest and most
    explosive objects in space. You could use Infrared telescopes like the JWST, to study
    the places where stars are born and can look into the centers of galaxies.
    Also, optical telescopes study the visible light from space, and ultraviolet telescopes
    study scorching stars. We could have positioned these telescopes on Earth and
    minimized risks and costs, but many of these types of light given off by these celestial
    bodies are blocked by our atmosphere!
    This is why, despite that the fate of the JWST is not known yet, and the first pictures
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    telescopes! The space agency has revealed four different telescopes that will launch in
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    The first space telescope is the HabEx or Habitable Exoplanet Observatory! What is the
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    The Voyager program is perhaps the most renowned spacecraft mission designed to study the outer solar system and beyond. Voyager 1 was launched by NASA on September 5th, 1977, at Cape Kennedy in Florida. It eventually became the first man-made object to leave our solar system. Its main mission was to explore Jupiter and Saturn, and Saturn's largest moon, Titan. It stopped at Jupiter in January 1979 to take pictures of the giant gas planet and its Big Red Spot. In 1980, the space probe's cameras detected complex structures in the rings of Saturn, and its remote sensing instruments studied the atmospheres of Saturn and its giant moon Titan. After completing its primary mission, Voyager ONE achieved the escape velocity required to leave the Solar System. On August 25, 2012, Voyager ONE became the first spacecraft to cross the heliopause and enter the interstellar medium. Travelling across Interstellar Space, Voyager ONE should encounter a star in 40,000 years! Voyager 2 was launched on August 20th, 1977, in Cape Kennedy. The space probe was launched 16 days before it’s twin. Voyager 2's main mission was to flyby and explore Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. In 1986, it became the first spacecraft to visit the ice giant planet of Uranus, where it examined its atmosphere and south pole. The probe also discovered its rings, tilted axis, and 10 new moons. Voyager 2 approached Neptune in August, 1989, where it skimmed the planet's atmosphere, spotted 5 new moons and discovered 4 rings. Voyager 2 entered Interstellar Space a few weeks after Voyager 1. The probe has begun to provide the first direct measurements of the density and temperature of the interstellar plasma. Voyager 1 and 2 were manufactured at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California. Each Voyager spacecraft weighs 773 kilograms or 1700 pounds... about the weight of a big moose. Each spacecraft carries 105 kilograms of scientific equipment. The probes were built with 16 hydrazine thrusters, three-axis stabilization gyroscopes and referencing instruments to keep the spacecraft antennas towards the earth. Signals from the probes can take up to 19 hours to reach Earth. They have a radio communication system that is designed to work beyond the solar system. Each spacecraft has 4 different cameras. Each Voyager probe carries a gold-plated audio-visual disc should the spacecraft ever be found by intelligent life from other planetary systems. The 30cm or 12 inch in diameter disc, carries photos of our planet and its lifeforms, a range of scientific information, an audio medley of Earth Sounds, and spoken greetings in 55 different languages including Hello from the children of Planet Earth.

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  • Uptime 15,364 days - The Computers of Voyager by Aaron Cummings

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    The Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 space probes, both launched in 1977, each had a primary objective to explore Jupiter and Saturn. This goal was achieved by 1981. Yet Voyager, NASA's longest running mission, has continued to this day. Both Voyager probes are still operating, and returning scientific data from outside our solar system.

    This talk explores the computing systems of Voyager - the systems which enable remote control of the spacecraft, and provide for the recording and return of data to Earth. These systems have proved to be both adaptable, durable, and resilient in support of a scientific undertaking now in it's fifth decade.

    What can we learn from the engineering of Voyager's computing systems? Why have they survived for so long in the harsh environment of space? What is involved in patching a system from a billion miles away? And what does the future hold?

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    00:00 Background on Voyager
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    02:00 About the speaker
    02:25 Origins of Voyager
    03:18 Initial requirements
    08:25 Revised program
    10:05 The 3 R's
    11:08 Probe design
    12:55 Command Computer System
    17:40 Attitude and Articulation Control System
    20:04 Flight Data System
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    24:35 Voyager 2 mission
    29:07 Sustaining power
    30:26 The golden record
    31:20 Q&A

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    It was one of the most ambitious missions in the history of Space exploration. Voyager 2 was launched by NASA in 1977 and is still operating. Just imagine: over 40 years in space! Its initial mission was to study the outer Solar System - so what did it find? Let's see how contact with it was lost and restored back...

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    Earth-based telescopes don’t always give us the clearest pictures of the cosmos, as they have to see through Earth’s muddling atmosphere and thus arose the need for eyes in space to see it as it is. Welcome to Factnomenal and today let's peer into the fascinating history of space telescopes and what these “Eyes in the Skies” have revealed to us about the vast expanse of space.

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    Video file for media and public use. For the second time in history, a human-made object has reached the space between stars. NASA's Voyager 2 probe has crossed the boundary of the heliosphere and entered interstellar space, where the Sun's outflow of material stops and the interstellar medium begins. The spacecraft is slightly more than 11 billion miles (18 billion kilometers) from Earth. Mission operators can still communicate with Voyager 2 as it enters this new phase of its journey, but information takes about 16.5 hours to make the journey from the spacecraft to our planet. Its twin, Voyager 1, crossed the boundary and entered interstellar space in 2012.

  • Voyager I detects a mysterious hum in deep space

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    Physicists examining the readings sent from Voyager 1 made an exciting discovery: a faint hum.

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  • What After Voyager 1 And 2? Interstellar Probe Mission!

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    The interstellar medium (often abbreviated as ISM, from the English InterStellar Medium) consists of a rather rarefied mixture of ions, atoms, molecules, dust grains, cosmic rays and magnetic fields; by mass 99% of the matter is made up of gases, the remaining 1% of dust. Densities range from a few thousand to a few hundred million particles per cuhe interstellar medium gas consists of approximately 89% hydrogen and 9% heliumbic meter, with an average value in the Milky Way of one million particles per cubic meter (i.e. one particle per cubic centimeter). As a result of the Big Bang nucleosynthesis, t, with 2% heavier elements (termed metals in astronomical jargon) and trace compounds.

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  • Voyager 2 Has Found Something Weird In Outer Space!

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    Traveling at a distance of over 11.2 billion miles from the Earth, Voyager 2 spacecraft has found something weird in outer space. It has found that the density of outer space is increasing. This has challenged the notion that space is a vacuum.

    Voyager 2 was launched in July 1977 as a part of NASA's Voyager Program. During its solar system voyage, Voyager 2 explored Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. In 2018, Voyager 2 escaped the boundary of Sun's influence and became the second spacecraft to enter interstellar space after its twin counterpart Voyager 1. Since then, Voyager 2 has been beaming back information about the space beyond the Solar System.

    The recent discovery about the increasing space density has surprised everyone. This is not the first time that such an increase in density has been detected. In 2013, Voyager 1 made a similar observation, but at a different location. The new findings have not only confirmed Voyager 1's observations but have also hinted that an increased surface density might be a widespread feature of Very Local Interstellar medium (VLIM).

    The VLIM is the space outside the heliopause, where the heliopause is the Solar System's edge that the Voyagers have crossed.

    Several theories have been put forth time and again to explain this density increase. One theoretical model suggests that the increase might be due to interstellar magnetic fields becoming stronger as they bend over heliopause. Another model predicts that the interstellar wind slows down as they approach heliopause and this builds up the density.

    However, more data is needed to untangle the mystery of increased density.

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  • Voyager 1 Has Detected a Mysterious Cosmic Hum In Deep Space

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    Voyager 1 spacecraft has detected a mysterious cosmic hum in interstellar space. Voyager 1 is the farthest spacecraft from Earth. The twin Voyager spacecraft were launched in 1977 to take advantage of a rare planetary alignment that occurs every 176 years. It made it possible for us to explore all the four gas giants of the solar system: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.

    In 2012, Voyager 1 became the first spacecraft to exit the heliosphere and enter interstellar space. Traveling at about 17 km/s, Voyager 1 is still sending back data. Since it is so far away, even radio transmissions take 21 hours to get there. The probe's latest discovery has questioned our perception of the emptiness of the deep space out there. Voyager 1 has detected a steady hum of plasma waves in interstellar space at a low frequency of 3 kHz.

    Also called the fourth state of matter, plasma is the most abundant state in the universe. Stars are magnetized balls of plasma. It is a hot and ionized gas composed of electrons stripped away from their parent atoms. The movement of electrons in plasma leads to thermally excited plasma oscillations. Thanks to its plasma wave system, Voyager 1 is well equipped to measure plasma vibrations in the interstellar medium.

    Since 2012, Voyager 1 has detected about eight distinct plasma oscillation events, ranging in length from a couple of days to a full year. They are mainly caused by instabilities in the motions of electrons as they interact with shockwaves generated by the Sun. However, in 2017, Voyager 1 began to detect a weak yet steady and persistent plasma signature outside of these energetic events. This newly detected signal is strange because it is narrower than the plasma oscillation events and has held itself steady at about 3 kHz.

    Another weird thing about this signal is that it has persisted for nearly three years, which is the most prolonged continuous plasma signal recorded by Voyager 1 so far. In these three years, the spacecraft has traveled more than a billion miles, but the faint hum hasn't changed at all. These types of vibrations mainly originate in the absence of any coronal mass ejections from the Sun. This means that researchers can now use Voyager 1 to measure the frequency of these vibrations and the plasma density whenever they want, even in regions where there is no Sun's influence.

    A deep analysis of this hum will help us better understand, the interaction between the interstellar medium and the solar wind. Earlier, Voyager 2 had reported an increase in electron density just on the other side of the heliopause. So knowing the pattern of how the density is changing can also help figure out the reason behind it.

    But on the darker side, our farthest spacecraft is running out of power. Its power source may not be able to keep the instruments operating after 2025. Still, this detection has raised a hope that even in a few of its remaining years, Voyager 1 is bound to surprise us with its capabilities by exploring the deep corners of the unknown space.

  • What Did VOYAGER 1 See On Its Journey Through The SOLAR SYSTEM?

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    Here is an in-depth look at the breathtaking sights and incredible discoveries that Voyager 1 saw on its trevls through and out of our Solar System!

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