Voyager 1

Voyager 1

Voyager 1 is an ancient space probe that was used by NASA to study Jupiter, Mars and the outer planets of Sol. It launched on September 5, 1977. In 3301 it was rediscovered 2.1 million LS out from Sol.[1] It's identical to Voyager 2.

Both probes include the Voyager Golden Record which is a recording of sounds and images of life on Earth. It has sounds of nearly all languages on Earth and was designed by a team lead by Carl Sagan to communicate with extraterrestrial life.[2]

Locations Edit

Voyager 1 was found at the following locations.

System Coordinates Date Seen Notes
Sol Distance from Sol: 2,317,434 ls

Sedna: 2,379,795 ls

Persephone: 2,385,844 ls  

April 23, 2018 For those trying to find Voyager 1 via trilateration, Voyager 1 was the following distances from the following objects as of April 23, 2018. These numbers should be updated every 2 months to remain useful.
Sol Distance from Sol: 2,317,434 ls

Sedna: 2,379,862 ls

Persephone: 2,385,715 ls

May 5, 2018 These are the coordinates as of May 5, 2018.
Sol Distance from Sol: 2,317,434 ls

Sedna: 2,380,074 ls

Persephone: 2,385,305 ls

June 20, 2018 Visited by Cmdr 8BitGraphic. Proposol: Fly in direction of system Beronii up to 2,317,434 ls away from Sol, then fine tune your position.
Sol Distance from Sol: 2,317,434 ls

Sedna: 2,380,174 ls

Persephone: 2,385,111 ls

July 11th, 2018 Visited by Cmdr Mancoon Crest. Coordinates verified at the 11th of July 2018.

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