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Voyager Chronology
Řyvind G
post Jan 5 2016, 08:58 PM
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According to the odometer at voyager.jpl.nasa.gov/where/, Voyager 1 reached 20 billion km from the Sun today at 21:34 Central European Time (20:34 UT, or 12:34 PM Pacific Time). I'm sharing a PC screenshot from the moment. (Numbers of interest are enlarged at lower right.)
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Doug M.
post Jan 16 2016, 07:54 AM
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So, do we know whether the gyros shut down on schedule or not?


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According to the odometer at voyager.jpl.nasa.gov/where/, Voyager 1 reached 20 billion km from the Sun today at 21:34 Central European Time (20:34 UT, or 12:34 PM Pacific Time).



Woo hoo!

Another milestone that passed unnoticed last year: at 38 years of age, the two Voyager missions are now older than the average American (37).


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