The Voyager's first spacecraft was a 622 kg robotic space probe.

The Voyager's first spacecraft was a 622 kg robotic space probe. It was launched on September 5, 1949.


Voyager first

The Voyager's first spacecraft was a 622 kg robotic space probe. It was launched on September 5, 1949. The Voyager first Space Research Vehicle is a 715 kg unmanned spacecraft that was launched for exploration in our solar system and beyond. It is still functioning (March 2007). This is NASA's longest campaign. This spacecraft has travelled to the planets of Guru and Saturn and this vehicle is the first research vehicle to send pictures of the moon to these giant planets. Voyager first the most man-made object and it is still moving in infinite space away from both the Earth and the Sun. The New Horizons research vehicle, which was abandoned after this, is running at a lower speed than the Vyjar 1, so it will never leave Vyjar 1 behind.

Voyager maiden vehicle

On the day of August 12, 2007, the vehicle was located at a distance of about 14.94 x 109 km from the Sun and thus it has reached the Heliosheath section. It has crossed the termination shock limit. This is the boundary where the Sun's gravitational effect begins to dissipate and the interstellar space effect begins. If the voyager remains functional even after crossing the 1 chilopod, then scientists will know for the first time the directly measured data and condition of the intergalactic medium. From this distance, the signals sent from Vyjar 1 take 13 hours to reach the Earth. Vyzer 1 is going on a hyperbolic path; It has attained a speed beyond the gravity of the solar system. Vyzer 1 will never return to the solar system. In this situation, there are also Pioneer 10, Pioneer 11, Vyjar 2.

The path

The original and primary mission of Vyjar 1 was to observe Jupiter and Saturn, their moons and rings. The aim after this is the discovery of heliopause, the measurement of the particles of the solar wind and the inter-celestial medium. Intra-celestial medium It is a mixture of hydrogen and helium particles that are spread throughout the universe in a very low-density situation. Both the visor vehicles are running with radiothermic power generation equipment and have worked beyond their prescribed lifespan. The energy-generating capacity of these vehicles is sufficient to keep them capable of sending signals to Earth by 2020.

Vyzer 1 was built like the Mariner 11 vehicle of the Mariner campaign. It was constructed in such a way that it could travel using less fuel with the help of planetary gravity. Under this technique, the speed of the vehicle is increased by the use of planetary gravity. By coincidence, the time of launch of this vehicle was matching with the time of the great outing, the planets of the solar system were coming in a simple line in a particular position.


Due to this special situation, the use of planetary gravity using minimal fuel could travel to the four giant gas bodies Guru, Saturn, Neptune and Uranus. Later this vehicle could be sent on a great walk. Due to this special situation, the time of travel also reduced from 30 years to just 12 years. On September 5, 1979, NASA's Cape Carnival Space Center by Titan 3-cent rocket, Vager 1 was released shortly after Voyager 2. Voyager 1 was left after Vyjar 2 but its path was kept faster than Vyjar 2 so that it could reach Guru and Saturn earlier.


Vyzer 1 is currently moving towards interstellar space and its equipment is engaged in studying the solar system. In the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, scientists are searching for helipads by plasma wave experiments on Vyjar 1 and 2. According to scientists at the Physics Laboratory of John Hopkins University, Vyjar crossed the Termination herb limit on 1 February 2003. Voyager first crossed the Termination Network limit in December 2007. The voyager is now in the Helioseth area and will reach Heliopods in 2015.


As of 12 August 2007, the Weezer was at a distance of 100 astronomical units from the Sun. It is also far from any known natural solar body, Sedna 9034 was also at a distance of 90 astronomical units from the Sun. The signals coming from Vyjar 1 which travel at light speed are taking 13.4 hours to reach the Earth. For comparison, the moon is 1.6 light seconds away from Earth, the sun is 6.5 light minutes away and Pluto is 5.5 light-hours away. In November 2005, the vehicle was travelling at a speed of 14.2 km per second, which is 10% more than the Vyjar 2. It is not going towards any particular star, but after 600,000 years from today, it will pass through the sky of Giraffe planetarium (aka Chemilopardis / Camelopardis constellation) at a distance of about 1.6 light-years. In this period, this star itself is coming towards us at a fast pace and when Voyager first comes out from it, the star will be about 3.75 light-years away from our sun.