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Voyager Makes Shocking Discovery After 45 Years in Space webfi network



On Aug. 20, 1977, an extraordinary spacecraft left this planet on a journey like no other. Voyager 2 was going to show us, for the first time, what the outer solar system planets looked like close-up.

Reaching milestones that have paved the way for future exploration, the Voyager Mission has achieved many feats that still remain unbeaten, and what’s more, an extension may be underway.

Welcome to Factnomenal. In today’s video, we’ll be talking about the achievements of the incredibly successful Voyager Program and what comes next as NASA gears up for its most ambitious Interstellar Mission yet.

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25 Comments

  • Leo on September 14, 2022

    It's amazing to think Voyager 1 was in space 45 years and Hubble was space long time too but how long time James Webb space telescope would be in space. Is it voyager and telescope samd thing? 😮

  • GR GOVINDARAJU GOVINDU on September 14, 2022

    I know futur

  • zroreaper on September 14, 2022

    im surprised we haven't made a voyager 3 yet with how advance we are in technology today can you imagine the data that would provide

  • Space Junkie on September 14, 2022

    Why did NASA wait 45 years to send another interstellar probe?

  • Tim Lundberg on September 14, 2022

    I love space!

  • Yunus Jhon on September 14, 2022

    All galaxies,stars/planets are bellow in cycling position and above of these is throne of God existed .

  • jp bernier on September 14, 2022

    It's NASA not Nessa

  • The Music Heart on September 14, 2022

    Imagine being such a space loving freak you name your children voyager 1 and voyager 2.

  • Chelle Campbell on September 14, 2022

    Well, considering one of their main concerns (back then) was the cost of creating and sending the probes, I would say that they have MORE than gotten their value out of the cost of this particular program. Way to go, V1 and V2!! I am always surprised and impressed on their longevity, as well as the info and photos they have provided!!

  • Latha Pauline on September 14, 2022

    Fifty yrs of experience is indeed amazing for both man made satellites

  • Grunt on September 14, 2022

    14 billion miles in the span of time I’ve been here.

  • Darth NEXUS on September 15, 2022

    Yeah scientists may have said that, but in my mind they're is still nine planets… There is no person who will change my mind… Opinions are like a holes, everyone has one this is mine…

  • David Arundel on September 15, 2022

    Hubble should have an upgrade , with additional capacity's to see both very ultra short , and similarly , in ultra long radio & other red shifted frequency's .
    So far , Hubble has earnt that , from the service it's given to date – the capacity to do an ultra, long deep , feilds veiw of better than the current record which I understand is 22 days – repair and expand Hubble's capabilities , so that a 60 day exposure , or longer to say 100 days .
    Science got one hell of a surprise off the 10 day look – found more than expected , next long look , 22 days & again , Science , got a surprise , just as with each of the other space base telescopes .
    What would we find , with Hubble upgraded ? ,
    Let's look and see , I for one am curious , are you ? ,
    Come let us travel among the Stars and Galaxy's and see what we shall see .🤔🙂🤔😱🤓😲

  • sjm hemphill on September 15, 2022

    Omgosh, are they serious, LOL?????
    I know they LAUGH so hard at those that actually believe in this😈 it's just criminal!!!

  • 이의석 on September 15, 2022

    🗽👍🗽🇺🇸🌎🇺🇸🌏🇺🇸🌍🇺🇸
    위대한 미국의 과학,탐구,
    보이저1,2 위대한 항해,~지구밖 아득한 우주 공간의 지구의 소식 전달,인류의 삶과죽음,그보다
    영원할 시간의 모험

  • The off brand ApolloAnthill on September 15, 2022

    Omg there is no space bruh…people are still lying about space…space doesn’t exist…we don’t rotate around the sun…the sun and moon rotates around us …pick up a damn bible…it’s like y’all believe in other people more than y’all believe in god… we have a firmament which means we can’t leave earth … the earth is not round it’s flat..the only part that is round is the sky the land and water is FLAT…

  • James Hamilton on September 15, 2022

    Most of this video is about what it has done and the Voyager project. Title say new discovery but talked very little about it.

  • Fnmbf Cbngv on September 15, 2022

    There is no equal planet, the same solar system, the same galaxy, I believe that everything is different, but assuming that there are several suns, several planets, several solar systems, several galaxies, maybe there is a different race from ours, just like us, we are all different within the same environment, who knows that within the environment of the universe there is also a different race! when they discover a planet equal to any planet in our solar system, or when they discover a solar system equal to ours, or a galaxy equal to ours, I believe that there may be more than one planet earth!

  • Emmanuel Stamatakis on September 16, 2022

    I would like it this time to commend you on a very nice Video .
    The only thing I wish is that the pictures would last just a little longer for observation Thank you and tell the next one

  • Robert Fyfe on September 16, 2022

    Why doesn't the voyager run into something out there it's like unreal !

  • SpanishArmadaProd on September 16, 2022

    It found the beginning of the universe

  • DREMAHACK ON INSTAGRAM on September 17, 2022

    I'm so grateful and glad you did what you I'm so grateful and glad you did what you promised you were going to do, you kept to your word by recovering my money back I really appreciate your honesty , time and I’ll forever be thankful.

  • DREMAHACK ON INSTAGRAM on September 17, 2022

    I'm so grateful and glad you did what you I'm so grateful and glad you did what you promised you were going to do, you kept to your word by recovering my money back I really appreciate your honesty , time and I’ll forever be thankful.

  • Emma Emma on September 18, 2022

    Great! Can I repost your videos on another platform?

  • Ned Anders on September 18, 2022

    You wonder how it’s stayed energized after 45 years he’ll of a battery with solar panels?

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