The Voyager 1 Spacecraft, launched in 1977, is nearing a departure from our solar system.
I’m adding this list to A Collection Of “The Best…” Lists On Space.
Here are my choices for The Best Sites For Learning About Voyager 1 & Its Departure From Our Solar System:
Clearly, NASA’s official page for Voyager 1 is the very best source for multimedia resources.
NASA’s interactive on the contents of the “Golden Record” carried by Voyager for other intelligent life to see and listen to is my favorite part of that site.
Graphic: Voyager 1 space probe exits the solar system is from The National Post.
The BBC has a special page on Voyager 1.
Here are some embedded videos (if you’re reading this on an RSS Reader, you might have to click through to see them):
NASA Voyager 1 spacecraft nears interstellar space is from Fox News.
Voyager space probe reaches edge of solar system is from Reuters.
Voyager 1 Bids Farewell to the Solar System is from NPR.
Voyager 1 Turns 35, Will Soon Be the First Man-Made Object to Leave the Solar System is from The Atlantic.
Voyager: a space odyssey – in pictures is from The Guardian.
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