On January 24th, 1986, Voyager 2 swept past our system’s seventh planet, Uranus, on its way through the solar system. It was the first and last time we visited the gas giant, and we found it’s one of the stranger locations in our solar system.
On August 25, 1989, Voyager 2 sailed past Triton, capturing our first real look at Neptune's moon. With half the moon lost in shadow, we only got a glimpse of the icy moon. Now that footage has been restored and enhanced for your viewing pleasure.
An Italian scientist has taken 37 years worth of data from both Voyager space probes and turned it into music. The result is surprisingly good.
Just last week, Voyager 2 became NASA's longest operating spacecraft, and today, the mighty craft celebrates its 35th anniversary. What a long way it has travelled!
Communications troubles with space probe Voyager 2 - a vessel containing "we are here" messages for aliens - inspired speculation that ET had commandeered the vessel. But NASA calls it a technical glitch. Today is the moment of truth.
Thirty-two years into its mission and 8.4 million miles from Earth, Voyager 2 will soon enter the Local Fluff, an interstellar cloud of hydrogen and helium measuring thirty lightyears across. And, according to Voyager's measurements, the fluff is surprisingly magnetic.
We got a quick, blurry look at LG's upcoming enV Touch (aka Voyager 2) in April, and now we have the specs for this ho-hum handset:
The Voyager 2 probe could be the first man-made object to travel outside the solar system in a few years, which may or may not result in it being discovered by sentient life and then sent back to "join with its Creator". V'ger 2 actually lost out to V'ger 1 in terms of crossing the "termination shock" boundary, a…