NASA Twin Voyagers

NASA Twin Voyagers

NASA twin Voyagers probes are now at the edge of the solar system, they left Earth more than 30 years ago. They are in geliomantii (heliosheath), in border heliosphere a bubble around the sun filled with the solar plasma. Thickness’ geliomantii is 4,8-6,4 billion kilometers, or nearly 32-42 astronomical units (an astronomical unit – the distance from Earth to the sun).Scientists think that both Voyager will continue to collect scientific data about the year 2025. Now Voyager 1 will be removed from the Sun by about 166 astronomical units (24.8 billion kilometers), and Voyager 2 to 138 astronomical units (20.6 billion kilometers).The first “twin” goes to the constellation Camelopardalis, and the second to the Andromeda Galaxy, which moves to the Milky Way. According to scientists passing more than 440 million kilometers a year, twin Voyagers will reach the nearest star to the sun.
source:www.nasa.gov