In which direction is the sun's stream of charged particles banking when it nears the edge of the solar system?
In 1986, NASA's Voyager 2 made the only close approach to date of our mysterious seventh planet from the sun.
The 33-year odyssey of NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft has reached a distant point at the edge of our solar system where there is no outward motion of solar wind.
NASA's Voyager 1 made its closest approach to Saturn on Nov. 12, 1980, revealing mysteries that Cassini is working to crack.
As NASA's two Voyager spacecraft hurtle towards the edge of our solar system, a new project manager, Suzanne Dodd, will shepherd the spacecraft into this unexplored territory.
NASA's plucky Voyager 2 spacecraft has hit a long-haul operations milestone today -- operating continuously for 12,000 days.
Engineers successfully reset a computer onboard Voyager 2 that caused an unexpected data pattern shift, and the spacecraft resumed sending properly formatted science data back to Earth on Sunday, May 23.
Twenty years ago on February 14, NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft had sailed beyond the outermost planet in our solar system and turned its camera inward to snap a series of final images that would be its parting valentine to the string of planets it called home.
Newly released images commemorate the 20-year anniversary of the Voyager flyby of Neptune's moon Triton on Aug. 24, 2009.
Scientists using data from NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft have observed the bubble of solar wind surrounding the solar system is not round, but has a squashed shape.
NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft has followed its twin, Voyager 1, into the solar system's final frontier, a vast region at the edge of our solar system where the solar wind runs up against the thin gas between the stars.
The twin spacecraft have become a fixture of pop culture, inspiring novels and playing a central role in television shows, music videos, songs and movies from the 1980s and 1990s.
NASA's two venerable Voyager spacecraft are celebrating three decades of flight as they head toward interstellar space.
Voyager 1, already the most distant human-made object in the cosmos, reached 100 astronomical units from the sun on August 15 at 5:13 p.m. EDT.
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A trio of surprise discoveries from NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft reveals intriguing new information about our solar system's final frontier.
Learn more about the area near interstellar space that Voyager is exploring.
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NASA's message aboard Voyager 1 and 2 communicates a story of our world to extraterrestrials.
A frequency-time spectrogram and audio sound file of the electron plasma oscillations by Voyager 1.