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 Spacecraft Detect an Increase in The Density of Space Outside The Solar System

12 Billion Miles Away: NASA’s Voyager 2 Continues Science Quest With Innovative Power Strategy

Voyager 2 Gets a Life-Extending Power Boost in Deep Space

NASA is keeping Voyager 2 going until at least 2026 by tapping into backup power

Voyager 2 has been in space for 45 years. NASA just found a way to keep it alive for another 3, despite it being 12 billion miles from Earth.

Voyager 2: NASA Hacks Ageing Spacecraft To Give It A New Lease Of Life

NASA Hacks Voyager 2 to Keep The 45-Year-Old Probe Studying Interstellar Space

NASA Voyager 2 spacecraft extends its interstellar science mission for 3 more years

NASA Power Hack Extends 45-Year Voyager 2 Mission Even Longer

Voyager engineers keep on tickin' in new documentary 'It's Quieter in the Twilight'

Voyager Mission: Exploring the Outer reaches of the Solar System

Why are Voyager 1 and Voyager 2’s distance from Earth decreasing?

JPL and the Space Age: The Footsteps of Voyager (NASA Documentary)

I wrote an article for my Wikipedia Daily newsletter all about the Voyager 1 space probe. Let me know what you think!

Space hotels are a classic Sci-Fi trope. But American hospitality giant Hilton recently signed a deal with Lockheed Martin and Voyager Space to build the solar system’s first space hotel onboard Starlab — a space station with NASA funding — which is currently under development.

NASA's Voyager probes are slowly powering down. Here are 18 groundbreaking photos from their 45-year mission.

A Hunt For Voyager 1's Old Manuals Revealed The Source of Its Garbled Messages

A Voyager probe becomes an alien survival tool in Image Comics' sci-fi series 'Voyagis'

NASA's Voyager project scientist Ed Stone retires after 50 years

Conversation with Linda Spilker about Voyager's ongoing science mission and its legacy after 45 years (WeMartians Podcast)