First details of Voyager 2's entry into interstellar space revealed

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NASA's Voyager 2 entered the interstellar space in November 2018. Image credit: JPL/NASA.
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NASA's Voyager 2 entered the interstellar space in November 2018. Image credit: JPL/NASA.

Voyager 2's entry into the interstellar space occurred more than 18 billion kilometres from the Earth

The first analyses of communications from NASA's Voyager 2 probe since its entry into interstellar space in November 2018 have been published. Researchers have revealed their findings in a series of...

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