Voyager 2 spacecraft enters interstellar space

It’s the second probe ever to exit the heliosphere

illustration of Voyager probe locations

OVER AND OUT  The Voyager 2 spacecraft has crossed into interstellar space, six years after its twin probe, Voyager 1. The two spacecraft are providing an unprecedented look at the edge of the sun’s influence (lighter blue bubble in this illustration).


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