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NASA’s Voyager 1 detects faint, monotone hum beyond our solar system – CNET

Beyond the boundaries of our solar system, a gentle rain of plasma falls.

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This artist’s depiction imagines what Voyager 1 looked like when crossing into interstellar space.
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NASA’s Voyager 1, the farthest spacecraft from Earth, said farewell to the solar system almost a decade ago, passing through an invisible door some 11 billion miles from Earth and crossing into interstellar space. Since then, it’s tacked on another 3 billion miles and it’s still sending home data, allowing scientists to probe the space between stars. In a paper published in the journal…

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