Voyager 2 is in interstellar space
We talk to Ed Stone, chief scientist of the Voyager mission since its start and former head of JPL, about its journey, the heliosphere, and the Pale Blue Dot picture.
The Voyager missions will be in the history books long after much of our time has been forgotten, Carl Sagan said. Voyager 1 and 2 are the first objects made by humans who have left the Sun's bubble called the heliosphere, and are now in interstellar space. They both send data back every day, with the power of a small light bulb.
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