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Voyager 2 in Space

What would happen next if NASA's Voyager 2 Probe Enters Interstellar Space,

Miro_707 4 Dec 12

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Actually both Voyager 1 and 2 are still transmitting telemetry but the nuclear decay reactor will be shutting down between 2023 and 2025

but Voager 2 was supposed to stay in space just 5 years, isnt it?

@Miro_707 Voyager 2 was basically supposed to do the same thing Voyager 1 did but they extended the mission because the thing kept running.

@oldFloyd : both are part of the Voyager Program
Voyager 2 launched by NASA on August 20, 1977,
Voyager 1 launched by NASA on September 5, 1977

@Miro_707 yeah that good old twentieth-century Earth technology,


It will be interesting to find out,won't it??


Voyage II by numbers


It just did. It is now our second object to do so. This is just incredible.

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Or it may come back really really smart ?

🙂) don't think so !!

@TheAstroChuck I think the other references Star trek v the undiscovered country

it is as the 2014 movie ... Interstellar


Target practice for a Klingon?

Nah, Klingons only hang around Uranus ( your anus)….LOL.


Voyager 2 now is slightly more than 11 billion miles (18 billion kilometers) from Earth. Mission operators still can communicate with Voyager 2


They likely will be what they are long past humanity is extinct.

this they are trying to find it out from Ceres Dwarf planet. which is between Saturn and Jupiter


Voyagers 1 and 2 have so far exceeded the expectations of NASA, here's hoping they continue on and on.

they launche V2 then after that, they launched V1

@Miro_707 No, according to media reports Voyager 2 was launched first.

@Triphid .......... agree with u
both are part of the Voyager Program
Voyager 2 launched by NASA on August 20, 1977,
Voyager 1 launched by NASA on September 5, 1977

@Miro_707 I always thought that the number 1 came before the number 2 or didn't they teach NASA how to count....LOL.


Probable nothing. But the the possibilities are intriguing.

ye, I do Agree, but what it will discover ?

@Miro_707 i feel you but we are to far to do anything about it. That is my point. I wish we would find hope outside this world.

@Mokvon : we have hope, but whay will come will be for the next generations if they continued the projects ..

@Miro_707 yeah I know I always hoped it would be in my time.

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