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Voices 2 at the border of Interstellar Space

Interstellar Space


Another important event in the history of space science is going to happen. 41-year-old NASA-made Voices-2 spacecraft is planning to enter Interstellar space. Since August, the Voyager-2 spacecraft cosmic rays have been in the throes.


This was sent to space in 1977. Researchers say, the radiation that Voices-2 has encountered, arises out of the solar system. From the layby, it is understood that the space station is near the interstellar space. It is currently crossing the Hellospy area. The area is known as the bust of boulders or heliosphere made of solar water. Earlier, in May 2012, the Voyager-1 spacecraft encountered similar rays. Aerospace travelers were looking at the spacecraft to reach Heliosphere, that is, to reach Heliopolis.




According to a report by NDTV, the heliosphere is a vast bubble around the Sun and around the planet, which is influenced by solar elements and magnetosphere. After Voyager-1, it went on to the second manned spacecraft, which would travel to Interstellar's spaces. Voices 2 is currently 17.7 billion kilometers away from the Earth. The space station traveled to Jupiter (1979), Shani (1981) Uranus (1981) and Neptune (1989).


Researchers say Voices 2 is different from the location and pathway. So it can not be right when the solar system exceeds. Heliosphere borders change. The boundaries of the sun change in the 11-year cycle. So, when the airplane goes out of the sun's door, it can not be right.


Ad Stone, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California, said that since the end of August, cosmic ray subsystem has increased the frequency of Voyager-2 cosmic rays, which is 5 percent more than last year.



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