Can you say, what do the years 2153 and 2329 have in common? In 1965, aerospace engineer Gary Flandro discovered that the planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune will be on the same side of the sun. in every 176 years, it happens once.
NASA’s Voyager tests filled my fantasies with vistas no human or robotic eye has ever observed. The close-up views of planetary rings of a shepherd moon. It made me think about where human could go if they tired. At an early age, I wanted to add to this mission as a researcher.
Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 have collected many surprising data like: magnetic fields, cosmic rays, energy levels, solar wing and the plasma that the sun sends out. In fact, both the spacecrafts are still measuring data every year, and NASA is in contact with them. Most of the scientists invite the open debate of competing interpretations as it is this culture of open debate of ideas that spurs progress for humanity.