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 Voyager 1 - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
Voyager 1 had as its primary targets the planets Jupiter and Saturn and their associated moons and rings; its current mission is the detection of the heliopause and particle measurements of solar wind and the interstellar medium.
Both Voyager probes are powered by three radioisotope thermoelectric generators, which have far outlasted their originally intended lifespan, and are now expected to continue to generate enough power to keep communicating with Earth until around the year 2020.
Voyager 1 was launched on September 5, 1977 by NASA from Cape Canaveral aboard a Titan IIIE Centaur rocket, slightly after its sister craft, Voyager 2.
www.startsurfing.com /encyclopedia/v/o/y/Voyager_1.html   (1106 words)

 UFO Area Voyager 1 reaches 100 astronomical units from the sun
Voyager Project Manager Ed Massey of JPL says the survival of the two spacecraft is a credit to the robust design of the spacecraft, and to the flight team, which is now down to only 10 people.
As the 28-year-old Voyagers 1 and 2 spacecraft approach the edge of interstellar space, they have found that the heliosphere, the "bubble" within which the sun dominates, bulges outward in the northern hemisphere and is pressed inward in the south.
Voyager 2 is also finding that the shock in the south is a source of low energy ions as was discovered by Voyager 1 in the north.
www.ufoarea.com /universe_voyager.html   (1936 words)

 Voyager Golden Record - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pioneers 10 and 11, which were launched in 1972 and 1973 and preceded Voyager in outstripping the gravitational attraction of the Sun, both carried small metal plaques identifying their time and place of origin for the benefit of any other spacefarers that might find them in the distant future.
Voyager 1 was launched in 1977, passed the orbit of Pluto in 1990, and left the solar system (in the sense of passing the termination shock) in November 2004.
The record was destroyed by Dinobot to prevent the Predacon Megatron from having the ability to change the future.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Voyager_Golden_Record   (1770 words)

 The Voyager Interstellar Record
But the Voyager record is not a CED, as all the information on the disc is recorded in the audio frequency range, and the disc is designed to spin at only 16 2/3 RPM requiring 12 seconds to play back a color image.
The Voyager record is secured in plain view on the outside of the Voyager Spacecraft with a spider mounting to which is also affixed the stylus cartridge used to play the disc.
The symbols around the periphery of the record are a binary representation of the time required for one revolution of the record where a binary 0 is represented by a dash and a binary 1 is represented by the same vertical symbol used with the hydrogen transition above.
www.cedmagic.com /featured/voyager/voyager-record.html   (2242 words)

 Wikinfo | Voyager program   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Voyager was also the name of a cancelled unmanned mission to Mars (see end of the entry for more information about this).
The Voyager 1 scan platform was scheduled to be powered down in late 2000, but will be left on at the request of the UVS investigator (with the concurrence of the Science Steering Group) to investigate an unexpected excess in UV from the upwind direction.
Voyager is also the name of a series of unmanned probes to Mars which were planned between 1966 and 1968 for launch in 1974-75.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Voyager_program   (882 words)

 NASA - JPL - Voyager
Voyager 2 was launched first from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on August 20, 1977; Voyager 1 was launched on a faster, shorter trajectory on September 5, 1977.
Voyager 1 made its closest approach to Jupiter on March 5, 1979, and Voyager 2 followed with its closest approach occurring on July 9, 1979.
Voyager 1's flight path at Saturn bent it up and away from the ecliptic, the plane in which most planets orbit the Sun.
www.nasa.gov /centers/jpl/missions/voyager.html   (476 words)

 CNN.com - Spacecraft reaches edge of solar system - Nov. 5, 2003
Instruments aboard Voyager 1 are able to measure the speed of the solar wind, and the Applied Physics Lab's analysis of that data suggests the spacecraft has hit the terminal shock boundary.
Voyager's greeting to the universe is a phonograph record.
Voyager 1 and 2 both carry a so-called "golden record" -- a 12-inch gold-plated copper disk that is actually a phonograph record.
www.cnn.com /2003/TECH/space/11/05/voyager.solar.boundary/index.html   (787 words)

 Behind the Pictures: Top 10 Voyager Facts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Looking back over the 25 years since the first Voyager launch on Aug. 20, 1977, the twin spacecraft are remembered first and foremost as our emissary eyes in deep space.
One of Voyager's most famous pictures is a view of Earth, called the Pale Blue Dot, taken in 1991 from more than 4 billion miles away.
There are 115 images and a variety of natural sounds on the record, along with music from different cultures and eras (alas, no Eminem, no Britney) and spoken greetings in 55 languages.
www.space.com /missionlaunches/top10_voyager_020820.html   (412 words)

 Voyager Golden Record   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Pioneers 10 and 11, which preceded Voyager in outstripping the gravitational attraction of the Sun, both carried a graphic message in the form of a 6- by 9-inch gold anodized plaque bolted to the spacecraft's main frame.
The Voyager message is carried by a phonograph record-a 12-inch gold-plated copper disk containing sounds and images selected to portray the diversity of life and culture on Earth.
Each record is encased in a protective aluminum jacket, together with a cartridge and a needle.
re-lab.net /welcome   (515 words)

 Issues : Space (www.newsaic.com)
The twin Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft were launched in 1977, passed the outer planets in the 1970s and 1980s, and are, as of late 2003, beginning to leave the solar system.
Voyager 1 may have passed through the termination shock, an area where the solar wind (a thin stream of electrically-charged gas blown from the Sun) slows dramatically in speed because of pressure from interstellar gases.
The twin Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft, which are now beginning to leave the solar system, each carry with them a golden record bearing images, sounds, and music which an alien civilization may use someday to get a better understanding of humanity.
www.newsaic.com /mwspace.html   (1965 words)

 BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Voyager 'at edge of Solar System'
Whether Voyager 1 has reached the first boundary or is still on approach remains unclear as, scientists provided evidence for both possibilities on Wednesday.
Voyager 1 was only meant to survive five years in space when it was launched in 1977 and yet since then it has been sending back a steady stream of data, including spectacular photographs of the Solar System.
The craft is carrying a time capsule in the form of a golden gramophone record, complete with stylus, which contains a recording of greetings from Earth in different languages as well as samples of music ranging from Mozart to singer Blind Willie Johnson.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/sci/tech/3245677.stm   (589 words)

 Online NewsHour: Fantastic Voyage -- August 20, 2002
In a 1986 close encounter, "Voyager 2" studied one of the moons of Uranus, Miranda.
And the two one-ton spacecraft are also prepared for any surprising encounters with other extraterrestrial travelers, with identical golden discs fastened to each craft, engraved with sounds from Earth: A kiss, a mother's lullaby, and 90 minutes of music, from Bach to Chuck Berry.
We think that Voyager II excuse me Voyager I may be getting close to that, but that's a subject of deep interest.
www.pbs.org /newshour/bb/science/july-dec02/voyager_8-20.html   (1483 words)

 Spacecraft: Voyager
Voyagers 1 and 2 were launched on September 5 and August 20, 1977, respectively, as the Voyager Interstellar Mission.
The two Voyager spacecraft were identical, and included novel distributed computing systems, with three computers, one of which controlled the Attitude Control and Articulation System.
Probably one of the coolest things about the Voyagers is the Golden Record, described in loving detail in Carl Sagan's Murmurs of Earth, which is evidently out of print (No, you cannot borrow my copy.).
www.aoe.vt.edu /~cdhall/Space/archives/000141.html   (462 words)

 The Golden Record
The record's surface was coated with pure Uranium-238 to indicate the launch era of the probe.
Contained in these golden records are sounds, music, and images that Dr. Sagan and his associates felt represented the variety life and culture of Earth.
The Golden Records stand as a testament to the diversity of humanity and the planet Earth.
ffden-2.phys.uaf.edu /212_fall2003.web.dir/Brian_Herold/golden.html   (526 words)

 The Voyager Interstellar Records   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Voyager Interstellar Record is actually two separate discs attached to each of the Voyager spacecrafts.
The Voyager spacecrafts discovered many new things about the physical nature of our solar system, but it is these records that hold my interest and imagination.
Included on each record are greetings of peace, respect and awe to extraterrestrials in 55 earth languages and over 115 images, from nudes to a barn raising scene.
www.asapnet.net /suebob/murmurs.html   (315 words)

 Voyager program - {{ᏏᏖᎾᎺ}}   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
^ "Voyager probes in funding crisis", BBC, March 10, 2005.
Voyager 1 and 2 atlas of six Saturnian satellites (PDF format) 1984
www.wikigadugi.org /wiki/Voyager_program   (1683 words)

 USGS Astrogeology: Voyager Mission
The twin Voyager spacecraft were launched in 1975 to conduct studies of Jupiter, Saturn, Saturn's rings, and the larger moons of both planets.
Like the Pioneers 10 and 11 spacecraft before them, both Voyager spacecraft are leaving the solar system to explore interstellar space.
Each carries a golden phonograph record with the images and sounds of Earth to communicate the story of our planet to extraterrestrials.
astrogeology.usgs.gov /Missions/Voyager   (166 words)

 FootnoteTV® : The West Wing : The Warfare of Genghis Khan
The twin Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft were launched in 1977 and, more than 25 years later, are now leaving the solar system.
On November 5, 2003, Voyager 1 reached 90 astronomical units (AU), or about 8.4 billion miles, from the Sun and is believed to be entering or to be soon entering a region where the Sun's influence wanes, known as the heliopause.
As Josh mentions, the Voyagers each carry a phonograph record that contains 115 images encoded in analog form, spoken greetings in 55 languages, and a 90-minute selection of music.
www.newsaic.com /ftvww101i.html   (4789 words)

 Dark Was The Night--Cold Was The Ground by Blind Willie Johnson | MetaFilter
Unearthly and music of the spheres were common descriptions long before both became fact when it was included on a golden record was affixed to the star bound Voyager space probe.
It was also recorded by Josh White in the 30s, and by Bob Dylan on his first album in 1962.
Of the interview with Angeline Johnson, his second wife, of which the sample provded is of her singing a bit of Dark Was The Night, Cold Was The Ground.
www.metafilter.com /mefi/45137   (5490 words)

 Nick Sagan | Interviews | SCI FI Weekly
At age six, a recording of you saying "Hello from the children of planet Earth" was placed aboard NASA's Voyager spacecraft, which has in the years since left our solar system.
That recording of my voice is on the most distant human-made object in the universe.
Thousands of years of recorded human history, and look at where we are today.
www.scifi.com /sfw/interviews/sfw12563.html   (3571 words)

 Voyager Golden Record - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.isi.jhu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Here is an excerpt of President Carter's official statement placed on the Voyager spacecraft for its trip outside our solar system, June 16, 1977:
At the termination shock, the solar wind slows abruptly from its average speed of 300 to 700 km per second (700,000–1,500,000 miles per hour) and becomes denser and hotter.
However, much of the material from the Voyager records is available in compiled form only to extraterrestrials for copyright reasons
en.wikipedia.org.cob-web.org:8888 /wiki/Voyager_Golden_Record   (1770 words)

 Golden Record
The Golden Record included a picture that depicted a human with an X-ray of a human hand.
While the Patients felt that this was an informative picture, they have come up with another example.
Here are some of the examples that they came up with.
www.carolynsclinic.f2s.com /goldenRecord.htm   (373 words)

 Space Today Online - NASA 2003 Year End Wrap Up
After a course correction in June 2003, Stardust flew close to the comet on January 2, 2004, gathered dust and debris, and headed back to Earth for a homecoming in Utah in January 2006.
Scientists used NASA's Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe to record the cosmic microwave background which was referred to as the afterglow of the Big Bang.
The results suggested the first generation of stars to shine in the Universe ignited only 200 million years after the Big Bang.
www.spacetoday.org /NASA/NASAyear03.html   (1567 words)

 HobbySpace - Space Music
The two Voyager probes were launched in 1977 on a trip to all the outer planets except Pluto.
The digital data on the record contains images, greetings in 55 languages, sounds, and music that represent the best of earth and humanity.
The Kronos Quartet and the composer Terry Riley collaborated on this NASA Arts Program commissioned work that incorporated "sounds of the planets recorded by the Voyager mission on it's journey to deep space".
www.hobbyspace.com /Music/index.html   (4166 words)

 Reason Gone Mad by Bill Shein - A Conversation with Voyager 1 (5/29/05)
Scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory announced last week that space probe Voyager 1, launched in 1977, has reached the outer limit of our solar system.
Thanks to an interplanetary communications system that I just happen to have in my basement, I often chat with Voyager 1 -- we've become friends.
ME (cheerfully): So, have you been listening to the Voyager Golden Record much?
www.reasongonemad.com /columns/2005/0529voyager.asp   (689 words)

 SpaceViews Update 97 August 15: CyberSpace   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The articles aren't available, but the cover images alone tell the story of America's growth into space.
The two Voyager spacecraft each carried a golden record which stores some of the sights and sounds of planet Earth, should it ever fall into the hands of an extraterrestrial civilization.
This Web site provides some background on the record, and also has a number of images and greetings (in dozens of languages) that were included on the record.
www.seds.org /spaceviews/970815/cyb.html   (195 words)

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