How Do You Leave the Solar System?

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How Do You Leave the Solar System?

September 1977 Voyager 1 & 2 are the longest continuously operated spacecraft in history hurtling along at 38,000 miles per hour. It is now the farthest human-made object from Earth / 11 billion miles away and 124 times farther from the Sun than we are it is the only spacecraft ever leave the solar system in the 32nd since this segment started it got over 300 miles gas doesn’t powerful energy does our solar system solar system.

A tennis ball and a basketball explains the sling shot and angles of deflection. Then you can learn how was your one successfully exited the solar system it’s called the slingshot effect slingshot effect for gravitational assist explains how spacecraft use a planet’s gravity to get enough momentum to get into Interstellar space and  to get an idea of how strongly. Voyager 1 used a planets gravitational pull from Jupiter, Saturn and Neptune and shot out of orbit at twice its initial speed.

Voyager 1 had a little help from the planets in order to leave the Solar

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Posted on: August 12, 2016, by :
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