NASA launched Voyager 2 42 years ago on August 20, 1977, to study the most distant planets of the solar system. Since its launch, the probe has encountered many planets, among them Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. A year ago, on November 5, 2018, the probe entered the interstellar space.
Is Voyager 2 still shipping?
Voyager 2 left the heliosmos – a vast bubble created and maintained by the Sun – in November last year. 19659004] When it left, it spent about 41 years in space, sending data back to NASA's outer reaches of the solar system.
Now the investigation joins the interstellar space as it continues to send back to NASA's holders.  Many Voyager 2 data studies have revealed what it has discovered, after analyzing data from its crossing more than a year ago. gases made of ions and free electrons.
According to studies, plasma in the local interstellar space is darker than plasma in the helioster.
Voyager 2 also found plasma in the interstellar space to be cooler.