Science • Space

NASA has managed to contact Voyager 2 after repairs and upgrades to radio antenna

NASA has successfully contacted the Voyager 2 spacecraft for the first time since March. The Deep Space Station 43 in Canberra, Australia, is the only radio antenna that is able to contact and command the Voyager 2, which is now 43 years old, and has been under maintenance to receive repairs and upgrades since March. Now it has successfully re-contacted the spacecraft and Voyager 2 has confirmed the signal and executed the commands that had been sent.

Work on the radio antenna is expected to wrap up in February.

“Houston, Tranquillity Base here. The Eagle has landed.” ― Neil Armstrong
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