NASA Shares Photos of Strange Blue Patterns at the Pole of Mars, What Does It Mean? All pages

Four and a half decades after launch and more than 14 billion miles from Earth, Voyager 1 still making new discoveries. The spacecraft has picked up signals from interstellar space itself, the faint “hum” of plasma that scientists “hum” against the soft rain.

Plasma was part of the Voyager 1 mission from the start – the spacecraft detected lightning strikes Jupiter’s atmosphere and studying how the solar wind shrinks in the outer solar system.


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