Voyager In Space


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Voyager-Related Dissertations and Theses for which LECP Co-Investigator T. P. Armstrong has been Advisor


Analysis of Voyager Observations of Ion and Electron Phase Space Densities in the Magnetospheres of Jupiter and Saturn, Mark Paonessa, Ph.D. Dissertation, Univ. of Kansas, 1983.




Voyager 2 Encounter with Ganymede's Wake: Hydromagnetic and Electrodynamic Process, Gul Tariq, Ph.D. Dissertation, Univ. of Kansas, 1984.




An Analysis of the Performance of the Magnetic Deflection System in the Voyager Low Energy Charged Particle Experiment, Sheela Shodhan, Master's Thesis, Univ. of Kansas, 1988. (The entire thesis is online here.)




The Impact of Trapped Radiation on Natural Satellites Imbedded in Planetary Magnetospheres, E. V. Bell II, Ph.D. Dissertation, Univ. of Kansas, 1989.




Observations by Voyager 1 of the Low Energy Ion Component of Anomalous Cosmic Rays from 83 AU to 91 AU, Chris Mosley, Ph.D. Dissertation, Union Institute and University, 2005.




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Updated 8/9/19, Cameron Crane


Days: Hours: Minutes: Seconds

*Since official launch
September 5, 1977, 12:56:00:00 UTC


Days: Hours: Minutes: Seconds

*Since official launch
August 20, 1977, 14:29:00:00 UTC


Manufacturer: Voyagers 1 and 2 were built in the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California.

Mission Duration: 40+ years have elapsed for both Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 (both are ongoing).

Destination: Their original destinations were Saturn and Jupiter. Their current destination is interstellar space.