Nasa Prepares to Power- After 44 Years

Down Voyager Spacecraft

After More Than 44 Years of Travelling

Farther from Earth than any man-made objects have before, the Voyager spacecraft are entering their very final phase.

Both of the Voyagers

Were launched from Cape Canaveral in 1977 - with Voyager 2 actually the first to take off

Taking Advantage of a Rare 

Alignment (once every 176 years) of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune to shoot into interstellar space.

They Were Designed to Last

Five years and study Jupiter and Saturn but remarkably both spacecraft are still functioning 

Despite Escaping Beyond the Hot

Plasma bubble known as the heliopause that defines the beginning of the edge of our solar system.

Both of the Spacecraft Are Powered

By radioisotope thermoelectric generators (RTGs) powered by the heat from decaying spheres of plutonium 

Although the Output of These RTGs

Is decreasing by about four watts every year. This means instruments are being turned off one by one.

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