Hello again, Voyager 2! NASA makes the first request to investigate into intercellular space since March

Hello again, Voyager 2!  NASA makes the first request to investigate into intercellular space since March

For the first time in more than seven months, NASA praised its Voyager 2 probe in intercellular space.

Weiser 2 handlers on Thursday (October 29) showed a set of probe commands to the spacecraft using the Deep Space Station 43 (DSS 43) radio antenna in Canberra, Australia. Travel 2 NASA officials said in an update on Monday (November 2) that it has confirmed that it has recorded the instructions and executed them without incident.

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