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NASA Scientists Answered Burning Questions About Voyager 1 - Voyager 1 is the very first spacecraft that has been in the solar system for more than 36 years. Scientists have confirmed that Voyager 1 left the heliosphere on August 25, 2012 and entered into interstellar space. But the news left us with plenty of questions: What kind of data can we get from Voyager 1 now?, what NASA plans to do with it? etc. And therefore, the scientists and engineers of NASA lately have answered such questions…

A concept drawing shows NASA's two Voyager spacecraft exploring a turbulent region of space known as the heliosheath. The heliopause marks the boundary between our solar system and interstellar space.

Voyager - The Interstellar Mission

Humanity escapes the solar system: Voyager 1 signals that it has reached the edge of interstellar space

Voyager which has been travelling at the rate of to the outer limits of the solar system since is now detecting the first traces of 'interstellar winds' (colder and slower than solar winds) - the signs it is finally reaching the edges of

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Probe Will Collect Samples And Return To Earth: Lockheed Martin -  [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

OSIRIS-REx asteroid sample return spacecraft gets go-ahead

Mercury, South Pole

NASA has released new high resolution color mosaic of Mercury. This high resolution image reveals the unprecedented detail of Mercury's crater-filled surface.

As NASA's Cassini spacecraft soared past Saturn's moon Titan, it recently caught a glimpse of bright sunlight reflecting off hydrocarbon seas. In the past, Cassini had captured, separately, views of the polar seas and the sun glinting off them, but this is the first time both have been seen together in the same view.

A Stunning View Of Sunlit Seas On Titan

A Stunning View Of Sunlit Seas On Titan. NASA's Cassini spacecraft recently caught a glimpse of bright sunlight reflecting off hydrocarbon seas on Titan.

Bold asteroid-snatching plans to appear in NASA 2014 budget | Ars Technica

Bold asteroid-snatching plans to appear in NASA 2014 budget

NASA plans to start asteroid capture mission. Now NASA is seeking help from people to help the agency choosing the right asteroids.

Pluto's atmosphere in infrared |  In this image, sunlight is coming from above and behind Pluto. The image was captured on July 14, 2015,

Pluto's Blue Atmosphere in the Infrared

This image from NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft is the first look at Pluto’s atmosphere in infrared wavelengths, and the first image of the atmosphere made with data from the New Horizons Ralph/Linear Etalon Imaging Spectral Array (LEISA) instrument.