Nasa S Voyager 1 Exits The Solar System

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CHEVÉ Lara

MARSOLLIER Coline

HOUDBINE Josselin

BELOT Alexandre

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Hannah Murphy-Bryan

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Corrected text :

Introduction: Our article is an article from the New York times, dated September 12th, 2013 and it is about Voyager 1, a spacecraft made by NASA. This spacecraft can study the outer planets of the solar solar never observed before. Its purpose is to collect information on the planets Saturn and Jupiter, and on the atmosphere.
(Coline)

First part: Voyager 1 left earth 36 years ago, it went for a four-year mission to Saturn. It also went near Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune and it took many photos of their moons ("What do you mean by "moons"?).
Voyager 1 was launched in 1977 and it was declared by scientists as the first spacecraft to exit the solar system. Moreover, it wasn't pulled by the sun for one year, it was pulled along by gravity. While we speak it is travelling at 38 000 miles per hour.
Now Voyager 1 is in a zone where there are energy particles around the Sun and it's a dark region. In this place there is plasma or ionized gas. (Josselin)

Second part:
This spacecrat was designed for a mission to Saturn. It is « the little spacecraft that could » because it's the first space probe to exit the solar system. It is 11.7 billion miles from earth but voyager 1 can send back data until roughly 2025. Now it's voyager 2, also launched in 1977. But this second companion is expexted to exit the solar system. Later voyager 1 will go to watch dxarf star known as AC+793888. M.Zottarelli says « you're on your own now »
(Alexandre)

Conclusion: To conclude, Voyager 1 has successfully completed its first mission, collected information and taken photos of Saturn. Likewise, it did the same things for three others planets.
Today it has left our solar system, Voyager 1 might even come across another spacecraft.
The experience is wonderful, but what scientists would have anticipated that, when it was launched in 1977 by the NASA?
(Lara)

Original text :

Introduction: Our article is an article of the New York times, the september 12th, 2013 exactly, is about Voyager 1, a probe made by NASA. This probe can be study the outer planet of the system solar never observe before. It's for collects information on the planets Saturn and Jupiter, and the atmosphere.
(Coline)

First part: The probe Voyager 1 left earth 36 years ago, it went for a four-year mission to Saturn, and everything after that was gravy. Besides now it went near Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune and it took many photos of their moons.
Voyager 1 was launched in 1977 and it was declare by scientists which is the first probe to exit the solar system. Moreover, it wasn't pull by the sun for one year. While we speak it go to 38 000 miles per hour.
Now Voyager 1 is between place where there are energetic particles around the Sun and the dark region. In this place there are plasma or ionized gas.
(Josselin)

Second part:
This spacecrat was designet for a mission to saturn. He is « the little spacecraft that could » because it's the first probe to exit the solar system. He is at 11,7 billion miles to earth but voyager 1 can sending back data until roughly 2025. Now It's voyager 2, also launched in 1977. But this second companion is expexted to exit the solar system. Later voyager 1 go to watch dxarf star known AC+793888. M.Zottarelli say « you're on your own now »
(Alexandre)

Conclusion: To conclude, the probe Voyager 1 had successfully effected his first mission, collect information and take photos of Saturn. Likewise, it did the same things for three others planets.
Today it has leaved our solar system, Voyager 1 might meet an other one.
The experience is wonderful, but which scientists can anticipate that, when it was launched in 1977 by the NASA?
(Lara)

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