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Scientists claim that Voyager 1 left the Solar System last year

Sometimes it seems as though the Voyager 1 space probe is like a dog that can’t decide if it wants to be inside or out. A team of scientists led by the University of Maryland claim that the Voyager 1 space probe, which is now 11 billion miles (18 billion km) from Earth left the Solar System’s boundary last year and is not, as NASA claims, still passing through a transition zone. The controversial theory is based on models of the solar magnetic field on the edge of the system and how it interacts with interstellar space. (via Scientists claim that Voyager 1 left the Solar System last year)

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    Hat Voyager 1 das Sonnensystem verlassen? Nein!
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