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This new space probe will go farther and faster than any before, gathering data for generations
Voyager gave scientists a taste of the space between the stars. Now they’re hungry for more.
How the most distant object ever made by humans is spending its dying days
Voyager 1 continues to observe the farthest corners of the solar system—but it may not for long.
Here’s what we had to say about Voyager 1 when it launched 41 years ago
From the Popular Science archives.
Voyager 1 just fired up some thrusters for the first time in 37 years
The only human-made object outside our solar system is still alive and kickin'.
How do Planetary Flybys Work?
Gravity assists — flybys — are pretty neat. These precision maneuvers that involve harnessing and using the gravity of a … Continued
NASA Scientists Answer Your Burning Questions About Voyager 1
Voyager 1 has officially entered interstellar space. How long will the spacecraft have power? When might it reach another star? The NASA team answered these questions and more on Reddit.
Voyager 1 Has Entered Interstellar Space
After 36 years, we can wave goodbye to our pal.
Voyager 1 Entered Weird Region In Space Last Summer
New papers describe an unexpected boundary region at the edge of the influence of the Sun.
Is Voyager 1 Finally Out Of The Solar System? Not Quite
It certainly is in strange new territory, though.
Voyager 1, Moving Ever Closer to Solar System’s Edge, Hit By Rapidly Increasing Amounts of Cosmic Rays
It's perched on the very edge of the solar system, and new data is the strangest yet