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The mission returned five trillion bits of data from launch through the Neptune encounter. This is enough bits to encode over 6,000 sets of Encyclopedia Britannica.

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The Greatest Space Adventure
The Voyager mission, now in its 25th year, continues its
quest to push the bounds of space exploration. The twin
Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft opened new vistas in space by greatly expanding our knowledge of Jupiter and Saturn. Voyager 2 then extended the planetary adventure when it flew by Uranus and Neptune, becoming the only spacecraft ever to visit these worlds.

Voyager 1, now the most distant human-made object in the universe, and Voyager 2, close on its heels, continue their ground-breaking journey with their current mission to study the region in space where the Sun's influence ends and the dark recesses of interstellar space begin. More about the interstellar mission

Where Voyager Is Going

Interstellar Mission
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Deep Space Network

 

 


Deep Space Network (DSN)


A 25 Year Partnership The Deep Space Network continues to support daily communications sessions with both of the now very distant Voyager-1 and Voyager 2 spacecraft.

 

 

 

 

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Close-up of Jupiter's Great Red Spot
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Earth's Greeting to the universe

 

 

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