Voyager gave scientists a taste of the space between the stars. Now they’re hungry for more.
The object is the second we've observed that has origins in another solar system.
It's now one of two working spacecraft in interstellar space.
It follows its predecessor toward where no other (active) spacecraft has gone before.
The traveller (maybe from another star) didn’t stay long and it’s moving away fast
Are we made of interstellar stuff?
Because aliens like podcasts too
Stranger worlds to come
It's perched on the very edge of the solar system, and new data is the strangest yet
More than three decades after launching from Earth, Voyager 1 is about to leave the solar system. The probe, which...
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