Voyager 1 is a space probe launched by NASA on September 5, 1977, as part of the Voyager program to study the outer Solar System and interstellar space beyond the Sun's heliosphere.

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Voyager 1’s Revival Offers Inspiration for Everyone on Earth

Voyager spacecraft are fighting to survive constant cosmic hostility •

Fresh Data From the Cosmos: NASA’s Voyager 1 Resumes Sending Science Data From 15 Billion Miles Away

This Week In Space podcast: Episode 110 —Voyager 1's Brush with Silence

‘Hello, Voyager!’ Celebrated Spacecraft Is Once Again Transmitting After Nasa Repair from 15 Billion Miles Away

How NASA Repaired Voyager 1 From 15 Billion Miles Away

Back From the Brink: NASA’s Voyager 1 Restores Data Transmission After 5 Months

NASA Restores Communications with Voyager 1

It's Back! Voyager Is Making Sense Again After Months of Gibberish

After Months of Gibberish, Voyager 1 Is Communicating Well Again

NASA’s Voyager 1 Resumes Sending Engineering Updates to Earth

NASA Has Finally Identified The Reason Behind Voyager 1's Gibberish

Memory Meltdown: NASA Engineers Pinpoint Cause of Voyager 1’s Cosmic Glitch

As Voyager 1's mission draws to a close, one planetary scientist reflects on its legacy

NASA’s Deep Space Detective Story Unfolds With Voyager 1

NASA is Fixing its Link to Voyager 1

NASA Engineers Make Progress Toward Understanding Voyager 1 Issue

Voyager 1, First Craft in Interstellar Space, May Have Gone Dark

NASA Concerned as Voyager 1 Sending Back Incomprehensible Code

NASA Engineers Are Racing to Fix Voyager 1