NASA received strange signals coming from a spacecraft that is 13 billion miles away

We were blown away by the NASA interview we were part of. It looks like after 37 years of space travel, Voyager 1 may finally be returning home.

That’s right, JPL and NASA’s first spacecraft that was lost some 37 years ago may actually be coming home, as NASA recently reported the fact that the ship’s secondary thrusters are back online and they might be able to to load the ship back home after all.

It floated at full speed through space, but went offline and started moving away from our solar system at 35,000 mph.

It is currently located 13 billion miles away from Earth. NASA, however, has stated that it believes they may be able to make contact again in the near future.

The TCM thrusters can be brought back online so the ship can fly for another 1-2 years. That would get him close enough that we could eventually get him back.

NASA formed a team that included Robert Shotwell, Todd Barber and Carl Guernsey to ensure the spacecraft’s return home was a success. Hopefully their mission will be a success as they have already received a positive response from the ship after waiting 19 hours and 35 minutes for the ship to acknowledge the commands they sent to it.


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