The Voyager 2 space probe was launched in 1977 in an effort to study the four gas giants of the solar system – Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.
It has passed through all four planets already, and it has transmitted lots of useful data about them. It’s even flown by Pluto, and is now way beyond our solar system.
Late last year, NASA was able to regain contact with Voyager 2, which is now more than 11 billion miles away from Earth.
What is it still doing?
It’s still transmitting data, but what is out there?
Find out more in today’s video.
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