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Voyager 2 probe :)

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli By: Gretchyn Gragg Voyager 2 probe Time The Voyager 2 Probe was in 1977,
16 days before it's "twin" at 6:51,
August 20. Facts about the Probe 's station It was designed to take advantage of
the planets alignment.It was aimed to
fly by Saturn at a point to send the
spacecraft in the way of Uranus. Something the mission accomplished and our
trying to accomplish It got the first close-up glimpse of Uranus and Neptune. It was the longest mission ever and is still going. It is about 9 million miles away from the sun.
It has flown through Jupiter's dangerous radiation.
It is also trying to fight the chill of being so far away from Sun. Other Cool Facts It is the longest mission and celebrated its 35th birthday on August,20 2012.
NASA continues to watch the space probe every day.
The Voyagers are still in great shape.
Nobody knows when it will be back on Earth.
The voyager is boarded with computers no humans.
The Voyager 2 is heading out of the solar system. Work Cited http://voyager.jpl.nasa.gov/

www.space.com/17693-voyager-2.html

http://www.colorado.edu/news/features/voyager-1-nears-edge-solar-system-cu-scientists-look-back Where did the mission go?
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