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The kosmosondiloj 'Voyager' will leave the solar system in 2016

NASA has estimated that his two kosmosondiloj, launched in 1977, will leave the solar system after five years. The twin kosmosondiloj Voyager will leave the solar system "after five years," it said on Thursday Ed Stone, one of the scientists of NASA that controls them from four decades.
The kosmosondiloj Voyager 1 y 2 now passes through the heliopaŭzon, the last layer achieved by the solar wind and particles thrown from the Sun. According to Stone, the heliopaŭzo extends approximately 4,000 million miles, a distance that the sondiloj Voyager will reach during 2016. Out of this layer is the interstelan environment, never attained by any human work. "We hope that they will come out after five years, but it is only an approximation, because it is not known the character of this outer region," explains Norman Ness, a retired professor from the University of Delaware (USA) and a member of the team that controls the sonsilojn during the last 40 years.
Among many other discoveries, this mission found that the boundaries of the heliosfero is irregular and changing. Because of this nereguleco and the fact that this area has never been explored, each member of the team have an opinion about when the sondiloj definitely will leave the solar system. "Very possibly they will come out before five years," think Stamatios transgression, which is the oldest member of the mission, he worked on this project for 42 years. "I believe that our generation will not see a mission comparable to this," he notes.
The plutonium that is run by the sondilojn will last until 2015, according to Ness, just as they will be trapasonta the border. "Technically, they could still work, but we'll have to disable some of the instruments," he says.
Bach and the whales
The Voyager 1, launched in September 1977, is the artificial probe that most distance traveled in the cosmos. Its twin probe was launched in August of the same year and is still the only kosmosondilo who visited and Uranus, and Neptune, the two most distant planets of the Solar System. Both carry the same message engraved on a golden disc that includes salutmesaĝon for aliens in 55 languages, unfortunately not in Esperanto.
It also carries a collection of sounds from the earth, as Balen-songs, as well as tunes by Bach. After coming out of the Solar System will begin an impossible mission. At 17 miles per second, the Voyager 1 should work for 40,000 years to reach the nearest star with his message.

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