The Primary Composition of Spacecraft, the Power of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration During the 1970’s, the Voyager I and II Probes, Photos of Space Always Taken in Black and White, the Voyager Spacecraft Having Ordinary Tin Foil, the First Spacecrafts to Detect Lightning Not On Earth, the Andromeda Galaxy Colliding With the Milky Way Galaxy, the Velocity of the Voyager Space Probes, the Size of the Rings of Saturn, Magnetic Poles Fluctuating Dependent Upon a Planet’s Axis, the Reason Distant Planets Are Difficult to Photograph, the Bizarre Conditions of Moons Within the Solar System and Why This Could Lead to Extraterrestrial Life, the Voyager Spacecraft Still Communicating With the Earth During the Modern Day, the Voyager Spacecraft Becoming Interstellar, the Voyager Spacecraft Reaching New Star Systems in the Distant Future, the Way the Search For Life is Carried Out Scientifically, and the Reason Thermal Vents Indicate a Sea Floor Upon Jupiter’s Moon Enceladus

Approximately 95% of all space crafts are silica and aluminum. During the 1970's, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration technology was as powerful as a keyfob, the kind which sits on a ring of keys and unlocks and locks car doors. Voyager I and II are the size of a small school bus when fully extended. Voyager II was launched on August 20, 1977 before Voyager I, but Voyager I was launched on September 5, 1977 on a more rapid trajectory which caused Voyager I to surpass Voyager II dur...

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