Voyager is 11 billion billion miles away and carrying a unique cosmic room … what is it?

On September 1 197.7, Voyager 1 was launched into space to travel to Jupiter and Saturn, before the stars moved forward. 2012 – NASA’s robotic explorer leaves the solar system and arrives at Heliopos.

Now, a little research focused on the galaxy heard by fake space shows that this ignored signal can tell a great deal about the void outside our solar system.

Voyager 1 It is now 22.5 billion kilometers (114 billion miles) away from the Earth and is spreading through a mixture of particles and gases called interstellar medium. This gun, recorded since 2017, is believed to be the result of plasma waves in this cosmic soup.

“It’s very faint and monotone, because it’s in a narrow frequency bandwidth. We’re detecting faint, constant hue of interstellar gas,” explains. Stella Coach Oker, A doctoral student in astronomy at Cornell University.

Two years later, Voyager 1 was encountered Jupiter 1 1979. in, and three years later Saturday. After the NASA spacecraft crossed the heliopause (a solar-powered magnetic bubble) in August 2012, it was traveling at more than 600,000 kph (38,000 MPH).