NASA Sends a Last-Ditch 'Shout' to Voyager 2 Across the Void

– Voyager 2's antenna misalignment caused communication loss.

– NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab restored full communication with the spacecraft.

– An interstellar "shout" was sent across the solar system for communication.

– Linda Spilker, lead mission scientist, expressed relief on regaining unique data.

– Contact was lost on July 21 due to an accidental command.

– On Tuesday, a faint carrier signal indicated Voyager 2 was still functioning.

– Extracting data remained challenging but confirmed the mission's operation.

– Suzanne Dodd, project manager, expressed concern over initially limited communication.


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