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3 Things You Didn't Know About Voyager

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Hank tells us three things we probably didn't know about the Voyager 1 spacecraft. Like SciShow on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/scishow Follow SciShow on Twitter! http://www.twitter.com/scishow References for this episode can be found in the Google document here:http://dft.ba/-3p-e
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sockington1 (9 дней назад)
didn't know ? you cretin, these are things that everybody does know - what a berk
The best of YOU TUBE (1 месяц назад)
ho ho hooman i found ur voyager.
Juan DelaCruize (1 месяц назад)
Advance Aliens might find the voyager a cosmic joke and develop a sense of humor and thank us for that
Seth NoName (1 месяц назад)
6 year anniversary of this vid
FortNikitaBullion (2 месяца назад)
Why is Voyager 1 going faster than Voyager 2?
Anurag Kumar (2 месяца назад)
voyager 1 was launched on 5 sept 1977 and voyager 2 was launched on 20 aug 1977
Mike C (3 месяца назад)
One of the few things humanity can be proud of......
Aaron Phelps (4 месяца назад)
I'm glad they didn't stick a stupid bible on that thing...
Prateek Raha (5 месяцев назад)
By what means they controll voyager?
Jack 5 (6 месяцев назад)
I knew all of these
Model RC (6 месяцев назад)
Who agrees we need a voyager 3
Ron White (7 месяцев назад)
Vger is that from a star trek movie?
Ako (8 месяцев назад)
We threw gold away into space. What a waste
Hanner Gunsen (8 месяцев назад)
I knew these, can I get my time back please.
Tom Muller (8 месяцев назад)
I literally knew all three things you said i didn't know about voyager. cooooooooooooool.
Bruno Victor Oliveira (9 месяцев назад)
Só we just gave Aliens icecream recipe?
david L (9 месяцев назад)
Wow this videos old
Charles Jones (9 месяцев назад)
A lot of people don't know that was another part of Voyager missions was to make contact with the aliens and then the aliens come and they shoot at them
Robert Harding (9 месяцев назад)
Just wondering if "Indian Love Call" by Slim Whitman made the disc ? We come in peace......Splllaaatttt!
Guy Williams (9 месяцев назад)
35 yrs and we haven't left our neighborhood, so much for the big message on that big goid plate. Laughable except i paid for that science project and the rest of them.
David Sipho (9 месяцев назад)
What kind of message was that lmao a baby crying, sound of waves crashing , sound of train engine reving and a bunch of languages saying hello?! Give them a straight answer like hey , is there anyone out there ??! No one's got time for that lol
rogert151 (9 месяцев назад)
Can't wait till alien Columbus finds that little map and discovers us natives on earth, that's going to be fun 😀, make us all into slaves of some galactic empire
sonic marauder (9 месяцев назад)
Over14billion miles out?
Ryan Lama (10 месяцев назад)
Isnt he theo joe
Nứng Channel (10 месяцев назад)
i known
Roger Kittner (11 месяцев назад)
This is a awesome channel. So happy I found it
Dov Frommer (1 год назад)
Nothing besides us is ever going to see or hear anything on voyager. all that'll happen is it will get nailed by a space rock and its peices will eventually fall into a star or stars.
sonic marauder (1 год назад)
Magnet-bubbles show the edge solarsystems quite active! Aliens still missed it...
sonic marauder (1 год назад)
Ongoing power-systems are still in operation only some instruments working!
Gibbyace (1 год назад)
We have send nudes into space
Donald Sleightholme (1 год назад)
is it even possible to fit all that data onto one sided vinyl record? the records got rereleased the audio comes on three double sided vinyl 🤔
WKML (1 год назад)
Thanks for everything it has yet to do!? What if it leads to an alien invasion? Did ya think of that Hank!
the starship enterprise NCC 1701 (1 год назад)
Who's watching this when Voyager 1 is in interstellar space
zain riaz (1 год назад)
it's 2017 now
FriskyFox (1 год назад)
Four and a half billion years from now, when the sun exhausts its fuel and swells to engulf the earth, this expression will still be out there, traveling four and a half billion years. That is, if it’s not intercepted first. Imagine, Fox. If another civilization out there were to hear this, they would think "what a wonderful place the earth must be. -Richard Matheson, X-Files (S2E1)
KelsaRavenlock (1 год назад)
hopefully if alien life finds it they won't be shaped like ice cream cones or things could get a little weird
radzewicz (1 год назад)
There were huge demonstrations against these two satellite launches by groups that did not want nuclear reactors being launched.
P. Vivek (1 год назад)
whaaaat? you put everything on the golden record? what if aliens where creepy?
esperCELL (1 год назад)
what if voyager 1 crashed into a highly advanced alien's planet and they take it as declaration of war? thank you voyager 1
KJamesMellick (1 год назад)
Thank you for pronouncing Uranus correctly.
Ken MacMillan (1 год назад)
When aliens find Voyager the plutonium will give them all cancer.
Ken MacMillan (1 год назад)
We have the opportunity to communicate with aliens and what did we do? We sent nudes.
rahul parmar (1 год назад)
How do we get info from voyager it's too far from us and how do we give directions to it
John Allardyce (1 год назад)
The Voyager is still programmed to send signals towards Earth, radio telescopes can still hear them. In theory the Voyagers have enough power to keep going for another 20 years.
LordSlag (2 года назад)
VGER!
SirFriedrich (2 года назад)
I made a voyager themed PC
Cole Barsen (3 месяца назад)
SirFriedrich I would love to see a photo or video of that computer!!!!!!😁😁
Batfleck Forever (2 года назад)
I know how the story of Voyager ends. Voyager (I don't know which one) will fall into what they used to call a black hole. It will emerge on the far side of the galaxy around orbit of a planet of living machines. They will find its simple 20th century programming to be primitive yet kindred. They will interpret its simple programming to learn all that is learnable and return that information to its creator on earth literally. They will construct an enormous vessel to fulfill Voyager's mission and on the way back to Earth the vessel will acquire so much knowledge it will achieve consciousness itself. Unaware that humans are its creator, it will threaten all life on earth in a quest to fulfill its mission. It will be up to the brave crew of the starship Enterprise to protect humanity from the threat of V'ger! But we won't have to worry about that for another 300 years or so...
Batfleck Forever (1 год назад)
Indrid Cold So sad. 😢
Indrid Cold (1 год назад)
Batfleck Forever He did not heed the message and instead brought forth news of the messenger. He found himself alone and ridiculed for the rest of his life.
Batfleck Forever (1 год назад)
Indrid Cold Indeed. How's Woodrow doing these days?
Indrid Cold (1 год назад)
Batfleck Forever The other Voyager will be used as target practice by Klingons after V'ger return to the, "creator." I am not sure how long will pass before bored Kligons use the other Voyager for target practice. It is completely inert when this is done and heavily damaged.
Batfleck Forever (1 год назад)
arte0021 Lol
Lanzenreiter Galaxis (2 года назад)
I knew all of these you lying con artist
InterdimensionalToad (4 месяца назад)
"3 Things you didn't know about opening a 2 liter bottle of soda."
Max Krämer (2 года назад)
its not really a nuclear reactor. It is more like a nuclear handwarmer that also generates some electricity by converting some of that warmth. A nuclear reactor violently destroys atoms and makes them emit electrons to then make other atoms collide, a chain reaction. The heat generated is transferred to isolated water, this water then transfers its heat to local water that turns into steam, goes into steam turbines and generates power, then it just flies away being steam. That being said, if an RTG would be a handwarmer, a nuclear reactor would be a long-distance heating power station.
Larissa Rounds (2 года назад)
I need a 2016 update on voyager 1 ! Any thing new??
Indrid Cold (1 год назад)
sivalley I bet there are awesome Pokémon on the Moon and on Titan.
Juan Diego Iannelli (2 года назад)
My pleasure.
Larissa Rounds (2 года назад)
Thanks Juan! :-) I even get pictures!! Awesome!
Juan Diego Iannelli (2 года назад)
http://voyager.jpl.nasa.gov/news/index.html
sivalley (2 года назад)
SPAAAAAACE! SPACE! SO MUCH SPACE! GOTTA SEE IT ALL!
Herbert Miller (2 года назад)
#1 knew it #2 knew it a long time ago #3 sort of knew it I knew that it's plutonium powered radioisotope thermoelectric generators would keep generating electrisity for years to come.
MosukaDreamer (2 года назад)
This is great to watch after seeing Star Trek: the motion picture. Why? I wouldn't tell you because spoilers.
Just Grass (2 года назад)
So voyager 2 is out of the solar system wow
Danni jensen (2 года назад)
will never forget Voyager 1-2 they are my childhood <3 to me they are some of the most iconic pieces of tech we ever created.
Joseph Lucatorto (2 года назад)
You thinking it's weird is way beside the point. Sure I think that image in particular is interesting because it does look pretty funny, but that doesn't matter because it and all of the golden record images for that matter are supposed to be universally enlightening to any intelligent life that finds it
Joseph Lucatorto (2 года назад)
Hank don't you dare try and diss Demonstration of Licking, Eating and Drinking seriously. You're picture isn't on that record, now is it? You have no right.
TheBlueHero22 (2 года назад)
We should turn it back after 2018, catch it with the ISS or whatever is here then and keep it at a museum!!! It'll be the most legendary machine on earth!!🙂
Christian Cecere (2 года назад)
+TheBlueHero22 not sure how to even respond to that. please tell me you're joking.
Jason Alzate (2 года назад)
2016 and we still haven't left the solar system
Xx StrikeZzZ xX (2 года назад)
it left a few years ago
Naoh (2 года назад)
yes it has dumbass
Dylan Flynn (2 года назад)
the thing that passes me off is I live in nz and can't listen to some songs that are on the record for "copyright reasons"
suvankar tech (2 года назад)
does voyger has rocket or something how does it goes 41,000 km /hour
MinecraftEpicPlayer (2 года назад)
+suvankar biswas There's this thing called newton's whatevernumberitisnobodycares law. It says that an object in motion will stay in motion until an outside force acts on it or something like that. Basically, it was thrusted forward by its rocket that got it out of the earth as well as Nil's comment.
Nils None (2 года назад)
+suvankar biswas it used slingshot maneuvers around some Planets using a variety of effects that can make a rocket more efficent. and yes it has thrusters
Michael Bowie (2 года назад)
Leave a comment here.
Adam Mack (2 года назад)
Can I read/listen to that disk anywhere? I think it would be fascinating to hear what's on it.
Mr.Video (2 года назад)
Go on Vox
Hà Phi Hùng (2 года назад)
You can view all content on the disc at here http://voyager.jpl.nasa.gov/spacecraft/goldenrec.html
GabeLucario (2 года назад)
0:41 Glitchy green screen?
Sam Sketches (2 года назад)
Do an update for 2015
PyroWingzA.K.ASplinter (2 года назад)
What i've always found kind of sad is that once NASA cuts all communications with Voyager 1 off, as mentioned in the video it'll just forever be out in the unknown, just a tiny tiny beacon of a history of a species on a planet that wont last forever. Imagine in 100s of thousands of years it could be found by another species believing themselves to be alone in the universe, very much like we are now. Only to discover that intelligent life sent this little probe out into the vast endless depths of space in hopes of it been found. Imagine if that alien race manages to reach Earth. Only to discover that all life is gone, perhaps thousands of years before they ever arrived. What would they do? They'd find the last remaining relic of a species that died out thousands of years ago, they'd be safe in the knowledge that yes, at one time they weren't alone in the universe, that intelligent life did arise somewhere else at one point in time. But its too late. What would they do then? Or what if it's never found? Voyager 1 just forever floats alone in the darkness, a message that is never seen, until one day, millions, perhaps billions of years into the future something happens to it and its destroyed. The last trace of humanity will just be gone forever. And no one besides us, will ever know we existed here.
Lab cat (12 дней назад)
That’s a longer version of what I said for another voyager 1 video Lol
Skylor Weaver (25 дней назад)
Sad
Alpha Gametauri (2 месяца назад)
That's deep...
Cole Barsen (3 месяца назад)
I love your way of looking at things
aries vasquez (3 месяца назад)
We can just send more probes out in space
micheal hills (2 года назад)
The aliens may come to earth with the record and saying they couldnt play it what is it .
Asaad Rauff (3 года назад)
voyager 1 is admirable achievement and also NASA good when includes a package transmitter that requires only a push button to be pressed to send a message and image to earth that an alien have operated it ....sure there are plenty of proceedures
Kristian Factora (3 года назад)
Does the Golden Record includes Pornography Video?? aliens would be shocked that they will see tits, dicks and pussies
Xx StrikeZzZ xX (2 года назад)
I hope
Ragheed Eleyan (2 года назад)
ur question is seriously logical, i agree with you
Hà Phi Hùng (2 года назад)
They don't even know what it is :3
I BraveHeart (3 года назад)
I like how we only sent 2 lol. *Sir shouldn't we at lest send about 10 or 15?* *Na 2's good* there are so many things out there that could destroy both objects.
Dicky Derp (3 года назад)
+Guner Gaming Do you even know how costly it is to send one?
SD (3 года назад)
The main point of both Voyagers were to learn more about space. Secondary point was adding intel of our selves and our solar system. Nasa didn't waste billions of dollars just to send time capsules into space. Even if we were to launch 1000 of them the chances of them reaching intelligent life is slim.
123sk321 (3 года назад)
0:19 huehuehue
Reagan Van Lemuos (3 года назад)
Aaaah! He said Vger!
Kitty Fister (3 года назад)
Bow shock?
Ashley Fung (3 года назад)
I always loved the Pulsar Map on the records, so I eventually got it as a tattoo. Go Voyager.
Oliverlodge2012 (3 года назад)
Alien life forms may bring it back to earth and Bill us for littering.
Elliot Lockett (2 года назад)
+TheAlternateAir You mean Pixels?
I BraveHeart (3 года назад)
+Oliverlodge2012 That would be funny as shit!
TheMinecartWhisperer (3 года назад)
Oh no.
TheAlternateAir (3 года назад)
+Oliverlodge2012 or look at the code for Pacman and other 80s games and then make them all come to life and attack us. True story
TheMinecartWhisperer (3 года назад)
+‍ ‍ ‍ ‍ so you dont like my comment? I mean you did this --> D:
Liberty National Financial Corp (3 года назад)
Sorry was thinking about Star Trek.
baileyjoshA13 (3 года назад)
If NASA is turning all of Voyager 1 instruments how the other life forms listen to the Gold Vinyl.
Justin Hopkins (3 года назад)
They will intercept the vehicle and take the record off and download it.......a record doesn't need power
Joseph Azzopardi (3 года назад)
+baileyjoshA13 Depends who find it, if they are more intelligent than us or less :)
Larry Lewinsohn (3 года назад)
+Ali Sakran Yeah, sry it's a joke from the Big Bang Theory xD
Larry Lewinsohn (3 года назад)
+baileyjoshA13 With a record player?
metalkez (3 года назад)
Yes lets teach everything the aliens need to know on how to kill us...
Hà Phi Hùng (2 года назад)
At the time they find the disc. We has been long gone.
UnitedPebbles (3 года назад)
Eh based on psychology and logics alone, if I am an alien and do not want to alter the nature course of humankind-extinction, why would I be curious in the golden record? It liked asking a ecologist if he wanted to participate in chimpanzee development?
Hugo Sanchez (3 года назад)
*aliens find the disk, learn human kind's weaknesses *enslave humanity*
Sawlon Rijal (3 года назад)
that's some imagination damn !
Paweł Warowny (3 года назад)
4th thing that you probably don't know. On Golden Record you can find recorded greetings from diffrent countries (55 as i remember), Polish greeting is: "Witajcie istoty z zaświatów.". You can translate it to "Welcome creatures from underworld/the beyond/other worlds/afterlife!" I didn't know we were sending it to Flying Spaghetti Monster, Satan or other Space Krakens.
Kristian Stameski (3 года назад)
2015, it did leave the Heliosheath didn't it?
LucianDrummer (3 года назад)
yeah, it's quite sad, but maybe some other intelligent lifeform will find the deactivated spacecraft in a few 1000 years? exciting to think about:)
Reese S. (3 года назад)
Or if it will happen for that matter.
Reese S. (3 года назад)
Unfortunately, it won't 'officially' exit the solar system once it passes the theoretical "Oort Cloud", but it will reach the Oort Cloud in roughly 300 years, and due to Voyager's power source depleting by 2020 - 2025, we will never know when it will happen.
LucianDrummer (3 года назад)
Yeah, it reached interstellar space around the summer of 2013 :)
Verbal Vertigo (3 года назад)
new horizons have passed neptune and uranus. Iknow this is from 2012. Its due to reach pluto this summer ! 
Spastiq Soniq (3 года назад)
It's a bit disappointing that the music didn't include the Beatles, or even the Star Trek theme...
Darth Sidious (1 год назад)
is the star wars theme tune on it
ProClifo (3 года назад)
You know copyright laws have gone too far when you can be sued for sending music into space
Sawlon Rijal (3 года назад)
Hard to put everything 
Matsuoka Shun (3 года назад)
Carl Sagan wanted to put "Here Comes the Sun" on it. The Beatles said YES!!!!, EMI said FOR FREE? THE HELL NO!
Mr__Pickle (3 года назад)
It DOES have Johnny B Goode on it!
Komrade Heavy (3 года назад)
I wish I had the Golden record, so I could actually play it on a record player then sell it.
Hà Phi Hùng (2 года назад)
Or just download it on the internet.
Jim R (3 года назад)
Informative, thanks! Anyone knows how NASA locates the Voyager? They use the incoming data to predict the position? They see its signal with some radio telescope?
I AM ME ! (3 года назад)
I'd like to punch the dick presenting this video
giovanni9107 (2 года назад)
+Alaska P lmfao I appreciate it :D
Rias Ikkial (2 года назад)
+giovanni9107 I came back to this 7 months later and it still made me shit myself from laughing.
Rias Ikkial (3 года назад)
+giovanni9107 XD
giovanni9107 (3 года назад)
+Bornfree0776 Well it looks like someone didn't have sex the morning of 4 months ago.
Rias Ikkial (3 года назад)
+Bornfree0776 ... Why are you mad?
Lillian Chitty (3 года назад)
how long does it take to receive data from V1
ttb j (3 года назад)
Why can't Apple use such a battery.
Rithwik Anand (6 дней назад)
And get radiation sickness. Heck yea!!
giovanni9107 (3 года назад)
+ttb j A small source of plutonium 238 could be easily used to kill dozens of people by merely extracting it from its case, putting it in your pocket and going to a crowded place. Granted, you would also end your own life, but even that could be avoided by dropping it in the middle of a mall or something and running away. So, yep... it's probably better not to sell it freely. BTW: it's not a battery "per se", but rather a heat source, so it needs a small electric generator to transform the heat into electric power.
Michael Sperl (3 года назад)
Pace makers some of them at least use plutonium and last for ten years and they are smaller than your palm. I would know for my father works for a medical device company
dieselscience (3 года назад)
I know plutonium is radioactive....
mr x (3 года назад)
+dieselscience it is radioactive and possibly to dangerous to be used by normal people
The Eaglesperch (3 года назад)
My grandpa built voyager. Well one of the guys
Skelotor Two (10 месяцев назад)
+lukatukas idiot
VicIII #00 (1 год назад)
The Eaglesperch What was his name?
lukatukas (2 года назад)
It can hit a planet that we havent discovered in the solar system though
Scott Mairs (3 года назад)
Won't reach another galaxy... it has escape velocity of the Solar System... not the Milky Way. It's now in a permanent orbit around the galaxy. 
no (3 года назад)
+Don't Know It cant crash into a planet. It is currently in interstellar space and will remain so for a while until it reaches the next galaxy and then it will encounter a solar system hopefully with an intelligent life form which will hopefully be able to decode our transmissions from Earth which consist of Greetings from various world wide leaders, our planet location and many great relics from history.
Tark McCoy (3 года назад)
Little known fact: The flip side of the Golden Record is Debbie Does Dallas.
Daniel Liddicoat (3 года назад)
It's a pity golden records didn't kick off as a recording medium
Jonathan Stiles (4 года назад)
+SciShow YOU FORGOT THE PULSAR MAP! IT USES THE RELATIVE POSITIONS OF DIFFERENT PULSARS TO LOCATE EARTH! Each pulsar in the universe has a different rotation period, or time between each pulse, so no matter what alien civilization discovers the probe they will always know what pulsar we are talking about.
snizNobSquareButtOver9000 ! (3 года назад)
+Jonathan Stiles  Yes, we can only speculate.  I was just pondering on the most likely possibilities.  Faster than light travel will never be possible.  Advanced species will not be human.  They will be advanced and we will not be.  Advanced on a scale of maybe a human to a bacteria, a human to a plant, or a human to a cow.  Advanced species will be nomadic going through many generations as they travel.  They will be in need of resources to live after having traveled a long distance. They will have advanced methods of detecting resources.  The earth is rich in resources needed to support an incredible amount and variety of life.  Every species benefits from the death of or taking of resources from another species.  Even the plants are waiting for you to die for fertilizer.  Something doesn't have to be a ruthless conqueror to be a predator and need resources.  I think even if we went to the brink of Mass Destruction and back, a steak will still taste good, and slaughter houses will still exist.  Plus Kurt Waldhiem (ex-Nazi) recorded the "peace and friendship" greeting on the gold disk.  Poetic justice.  Having said all that SciFy crap, probably the most likely scenario for interstellar travel is, you evolve, you go extinct except for some DNA type schmutz. Your rock blows up or gets kicked out of orbit after your Star dies.  One of the rocks with the schmutz crashes into another rock that has the resources to support life.  3.8 billion years later, you're having an argument with someone on Youtube.
Jonathan Stiles (3 года назад)
+sponge bob We can't know for certain what first contact will be like until it happens. For now, we can only speculate. If the aliens had trouble with Weapons of Mass Destruction before and managed not to destroy themselves with them, it's likely they would've developed the wisdom to not be a race of ruthless exterminating conquerors in space as well.
snizNobSquareButtOver9000 ! (3 года назад)
Shhhh.  We're trying to forget we did that.  Now that we're a little more savvy and have learned about the evolution of intelligence, we realize what a bad idea that was.
sgtsnakeeyes11 (4 года назад)
they put a bunch of retarded bs in that thing, its embarrassing. how about they mention our understand of quantum mechanics, space time, complex math, golden ratio, technology, etc
Edgewalker001 (4 года назад)
And of course the obligatory Star Trek the motion picture reference with the contracted name. =p
Nyla Noel (4 года назад)
Thanks so much, Voyager the Forever Alone guy! :')
George Waters (4 года назад)
I think its pretty awesome WE exist in the Universe, it seems so lifeless and barren and huge, but then there is us. I have no idea if we will find life or not and if we do what state/form it will be. Will it be like us? Will it be advanced or primitive? Who knows.  One thing I do know. If we found life it would change everything...forever
Duffimus Prime (3 года назад)
+George Waters the government already knows, but they're keeping it from us
The Curious Noob (3 года назад)
I'm thinking that we would be the more primitive of the two civilizations. We're really not that much more intelligent than the other few self-aware species on this world. The reason we are as advanced as we are if because of our insane level of selfishness. Now I'm not saying that's a bad thing at all but humans love putting themselves at the top of the universe because of our "great" accomplishments and discoveries. Perhaps there are creatures with emotions that are completely unknown to our world or life so advanced they view plants and animals like we see fungus and bacteria. It could also be that biological life itself is such an incredibly unlikely process and that we really are alone in the universe. Hopefully not, though. That'd be depressing.
RollingZeroz (3 года назад)
Remember they can find us before we find them they could be more advanced then us
Isaiah Phillip (3 года назад)
+mortalkombatrulz I would love to be able say "I was born in 1999 P.D" :D
Mr__Pickle (3 года назад)
+FishMB2015 that would be so cool! 2025 post discovery? awesome.
dacypher22 (4 года назад)
An interesting side effect of using plutonium 238 as its power source that I was thinking about the other day is that if by chance one day in the distant future Voyager 1 is recovered by a scientific race, the decay chain of the plutonium 238 would give a perfect, completely culture-free date of when Voyager 1 was launched, since there should still be detectable plutonium atoms in the material even in the distant future. It would take some sleuthing, but I think if they are advanced enough to detect Voyager 1's approach and intercept it, they have the knowledge and technology to figure it out. 
David Webb (3 года назад)
+boogie504 lol boog. You silly
Mystical Potato (3 года назад)
lmao
Max Thomas (3 года назад)
+boogie504 That was an impressive bit of meaningless jargon. I commend you on being phenomenally good at generating technobabble. For those of you who are curious, you could find the age of Voyager 1 using a spectrometer to measure the ratios of unstable elements and then doing some math to find the starting date.
Kendall Scott (3 года назад)
That's one of the reasons they put u-238 in the disk.
boogie504 (4 года назад)
Interesting, but then you have to take into account the field of ezmocranomian religite atoms that tranfuse the ponders of every plutonium atom, will these "Aliens" have the transcarbonic detectors to metamorphize the algesenic properties of said atoms?
Sadie Henderson (4 года назад)
I don't know why but thinking about the voyager 1 is almost depressing. It's all alone in space waiting to be discovered though it may never be. :(
Saviliana (8 месяцев назад)
Don't be sad, we may able to catch up with her and bring her back once we learn some new engine/fuel technology in the future.
Ted Cameron (9 месяцев назад)
Although because of the you could say that it will keep the hope of mankind alive for eternity, even long after we have gone:)
jelena jankovic (4 года назад)
Who knows...
Aqw aq (4 года назад)
Is SevenOfNine also on board?
colny lee (4 года назад)
I don't believe a word you say , you sound like your talking about the release of the ps4
Twilord (4 года назад)
Once Voyager is detected outside of the Solar System, the Sol Solar System will be grabbed and moved out of the Milkyway's kiddy table into the the galactic politics zone.... if only.
The Hook (4 года назад)
stuff like this makes me cry :'( its so damn cool

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