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Voyager 2 has detected the dynamic, complex nature of the edge of the solar system.

Voyager 2 has detected the dynamic, complex nature of the edge of the solar system.

Voyager 2 reported back from outside the solar system, voyager 2 has reached the interstellar space, interstellar space is called the outer part of tha solar system.voyager 2 is called the second ambassador of humanity, because like voyager 1 it was left to find another civilization.Voyager 2 reported back from the frontiers of the solar system, with the message that the boundary of the Sun’s field is a complex and ever-changing place.

Voyager 2 broke through heliopause last year, what is heliopause? The “bubble” of the heliosphere is continuously inflated” from the plasma arising from the Sun, known as the solar wind, it is a kind of bubble made of plasma.voyager 1 encountered heliopause on 25 August 2012, when voyager 1 measured an increase in plasma density nearly forty times.Heliopause was detected on 5 November 2018 by Voyager 2.Heliopause marks the boundary between matter arising from the Sun and matter arising from the rest of the galaxy.Voyager 2 has overtaken the heliosphere, and reached space.Voyager 1 and 2 These explorers are “taking mankind to new places amazingly, 60 years ago than we ever imagined, says Gary Zank,a space physicist at the University of Alabama at Huntsville.

The view outside the window of Voyager 2 changed on November 5, 2018, when the craft was about 17.8 billion kilometers from the Sun, 119 times farther than Earth, and densified the surrounding plasma by about 20 times.voyager 2 is now in its extended mission to study the outer reach of the solar system, voyager 2 has a tenure of 42 years, 2 months and 25 days, on 14 November 2019, via voyager 2 from NASA Deep Space Network  Keeps in touch with  Researchers report that voyager 2 has released protective magnetic bubbles from the Sun.Voyager 1 had already reached heliopause, but one advantage of voyager 2 was that it had a working sensor that could measure the speed, and temperature density, of the surrounding plasma. The sensors in voyager 1 stopped long before reaching heliopause, so researchers had to detect many plasma properties from other measurements, which were not as accurate as direct measurements.Voyager 1 and 2 are doing both of these despite facing heliopause at different times and places.Voyager 1 sailed through the massively stable solar wind for two years before reaching Heliopause, while the stream of solar particles along the Voyager 2 was quick and steady to the limit.At the same time, voyager 1 encountered galactic material intruding into solar bubbles. While voyager 2 instead observed far-reaching solar particles in interstellar space.

Five spacecraft have been sent so far, and it is still in space, but voyager 2 is the only one that sent back reports. Launched in 1972 and 1973, the voyager 2 is a spacecraft launched by NASA on 20 August 1977 to study outer planets. voyager 2 stopped working 10 years ago.  On January 19, 2006, New Horizons were launched by an Atlas V rocket directly from Cape Horevans Air Force Station at a speed of approximately 16.26 km / s (10.10 mi / s; 58,500 km / h) in Earth- and solar-escape trajectories.Which began its approach phase on Pluto, on 15 January 2015.  On 14 July 2015, it flew 12,500 km (7,800 mi) above the surface of Pluto, and it first detected the dwarf planet, New Horizons recently detected a possible glow of hydrogen gas at the edge of the solar system. But this craft may be out of power even before reaching Heliopause.By early 2030, NASA is considering launching a dedicated interstellar probe.