Incredible! NASA fixes problem in iconic Voyager 1 spacecraft flying 14,623,292,784 miles away
NASA engineers have resolved a data glitch in Voyager 1, a 45-year-old spacecraft that is investigating the universe beyond our solar system.
NASA engineers fixed a “data glitch” discovered aboard the Voyager 1 spacecraft, a 45-year-old spacecraft space investigative exploration The universe outside our solar system. Earlier this year, in May, Voyager 1’s Attitude Control and Adjustment System (AACS) kept its antennas pointing in the right direction. The earth started sending weird, garbled telemetry data about its activities and Health for the mission controller. However, the Voyager team found the source of the data glitch and fixed it. “The team has identified the source of the garbled information: AACS has begun sending telemetry data through a computer Nasa said. Voyager 1 is currently 14,623,292,784 miles (14.6 billion miles) from Earth.
Voyager program project manager Suzanne Dodd shared her happiness in a press statement, and the team is delighted to have telemetry back. She further shared that the team will do a full memory read of the AACS and look at everything they’re doing to diagnose the problem that caused the telemetry problem in the first place.
Two iconic NASA spacecraft, Voyager 1 and Voyager 2, have been exploring our solar system for 45 years. Both probes are currently in interstellar space – the region outside the helipad, or bubble of energetic particles and magnetic fields from the Sun.
Interesting facts about Voyager 1 and 2
Mission 2 was the first to be launched on August 20, 1977, followed by the launch of Voyager 1 on September 5, 1977. But Voyager 1 overtook Voyager 2 in its journey into space. among the stars. Spacecraft 1 has become the furthest man-made object in space. The Voyager spacecraft is built and operated by a division of Caltech in Pasadena, JPL. The Voyager missions are part of the NASA Helicopter System Observatory. It was funded by the Helicopter Physics Division of the Science Mission Directorate in Washington.