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14506738 No.14506738 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

>voyager 2 sends the same strange readings once it gets as far as voyager 1

How big would that be?

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14506745

explain

>> No.14506748

>>14506745
I think he's talking about the heliosphere. Nothing is going to happen because we already know about it

>> No.14506750

>>14506748
Nope. That's old news

>> No.14506764

>>14506745
Voyager 1 is sending seemingly impossible telemetry data, which points to something being broken.

If Voyager 2 reports the same once it gets far enough then there is something we don't know happening out there.

>> No.14506767

It passed beyond the render distance.

>> No.14506782

>>14506764
Yes, according to V1's telemetry there is a warm and moist subtropical system forming inside the Oort cloud. If V2 confirms this its likely to mean hurricanes and heavy rain on Pluto for the next 10 billion years.

>> No.14508748

Voyager 1 has passed through the Holographic screen and has no more data to send back because there's nothing there.
Space Isnt Real chads win again

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