Introduction

We can get information about the Solar System really easy. It is all because of satellites. Satellites are made because of Human’s interest to space. But, how to get information out of the solar system? Meet Pioneer 10, and 11, Voyager 2, and 1. They are in a mission called Interstellar Mission. This mission is to go to the Interstellar medium, and give more information to Earth.

Interstellar Mission Satellites

Voyager 1 and 2
These probes were launched on 1977.Voyager 1 is the farthest probe from Earth. The Voyager 1 also took the first photo of the whole Solar System. Voyager 1 is the fastest probe in the Earth. Voyager 1 is close to Heliopause. Voyager 2 Begun the Mission in 1989, and Voyager 1 started the Mission in 1980.

This is a Photo of Pioneer 10

This a picture of Voyager 2 with Neptune.

This is a picture of Interstellar Medium.

Pioneer 10 and 11
Twin pioneers , the Pioneer 10 and 11 were part of the Interstellar Mission. They already gave information to Earth. They gave some information about the Solar System. There were another pioneers, like Pioneer 0,1,2,P-1,P-3,5,P30,P-31,3,4,6,7,8,and 9. There’s another called Pioneer H, but it was never launched. Pioneer 10 and 11 gave information about Jupiter and Saturn. Pioneer is 82.972 AU away from the Sun. Pioneer 10 was overtaken by Voyager 1 and 2.

Conclusion
The Interstellar medium is big. The Universe is even bigger. The Pioneer and the Voyager probes are the only satellites to give information about the interstellar medium. Satellites are really useful to get information about the space.

This is a photo of Voyager 1.

Before and after my Change Agent
Before , We didn’t know all about the Universe. After, We Knew about the Interstellar medium.

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