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Thousands of years from now, Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 will leave our solar system. But their instruments will stop working long before that happens.

Decades-old observing journals recall a time when Voyager utterly transformed what we know about the outer planets.

The world was waiting for Voyager's encounter with Saturn when Discover's debut issue hit newsstands in 1980. Since then, the Voyager spacecraft have boldly gone where no probes have gone before.

Thousands of years from now, Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 will leave our solar system. But their instruments will stop working long before that happens.

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Following its arrival at @RAFBrizeNorton  yesterday, the VIP Voyager went straight into its primary role supporting operational training today acting as a ‘petrol station in the sky’ providing Air-to-Air refuelling for RAF Lightning and Typhoon fighters on Exercise CRIMSON OCEAN.

42 years ago #today , Voyager I captured this historic image-- the first time the Earth and Moon had been photographed in the same frame. 11.66 million kilometers (7.25 million miles) from Earth, the spacecraft was directly above Mt. Everest at the time.

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February 14, 2020. Thirty years ago today, after passing Neptune on its way out of the solar system, Voyager-1 snapped Earth's first selfie -- the famous "Pale Blue Dot". Carl Sagan poignantly reflected on that image, with words that continue to resonate today. [Video: 3min]

NASA commanded Voyager 1 to fire its thrusters for the first time in 37 years. 13 billion miles away, off in interstellar space, the probe responded perfectly.

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Almost 30 years ago, our Voyager 1 spacecraft snapped the first-ever family portrait of our solar system — including the image of Earth as just a tiny point of light, known as the “Pale Blue Dot.” Take a moment to cherish the only home we’ve ever known:

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Alien Still Hasn't Gotten Around To Listening To Whole Voyager Golden Record

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After 36 years, Voyager 1 has become the first human-made object to leave the solar system. Congratulations @NASA .

Chuck Berry (1926-2017) left Earth long ago: His music, part of Voyager’s Golden Records, sent to the depths of space in 1977

His Johnny B. Goode is on Voyager 1 & 2 spacecraft. You were more than good Chuck. You will be missed.

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Nasa says Voyager 1 space probe has left solar system and is first manmade object to enter interstellar space

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