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-- -- also seeing some serious you fascination with fascination with a 35 year old NASA mission.
It was 1977.
-- what happened that year when Voyager one launch was not Star -- originally.
The -- Star -- wherever Star Trek you know what I mean.
The spacecraft is now reportedly on the edge of the solar system and -- Verging on entering interstellar space Trace Gallagher will explain what that meets.
It's -- right Voyager one is still traveling -- -- ten miles per second which now puts it about eleven billion miles away from earth but the cool thing is.
It's still sending messages back to earth right.
It's been doing this now for many many years these messages from the spacecraft to us take about sixteen hours and 38 minutes but scientists say.
Those messages -- a huge increase in charge particles.
And those particles apparently come from stars that are exploding right at the very managed.
Of the universe of the galaxy.
And when -- your sails out of our galaxy those charged particles will kind of flatten out a little but the truth is after that they don't really know what's gonna happen because nothing has ever been out there before so there.
Fascinated to find out in this thing launch back in 1977.
It is toward Jupiter right Saturn.
Neptune sadly the camera you see that the graphic right there that's kind of where it gets that bubble of the and -- it goes out to no man's land.
But the camera hasn't worked for about twenty years we can't get pictures of other worlds back up we can get signals and by the way if it runs in two intelligent life.
This thing has a greeting from earth on -- Megan is a phonograph record in case they haven't invented CDs -- -- they have there's a solid gold CD disk.
With pictures and sounds.
From earth that they can give to alien V do you think -- press one for English press -- go -- it -- Press.
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