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Where is Voyager 2 spacecraft now?

Voyager 2 remains in contact with Earth through the NASA Deep Space Network. In 2020, maintenance to the Deep Space Network cut outbound contact with the probe for eight months.

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Where is Voyager 1 now 2021?

A satellite goes from west to east. Earth is spinning at the same rate as it moves in the same direction. Since the satellite is always above the same location, it looks like it is standing still.

One may also ask has a spacecraft landed on mercury?

Only one NASA spacecraft has visited Mercury and that was Mariner 10 in. It was programmed to fly by the planet three times to take images of its heavily-cratered surface. And another question, is mercury bigger than earth's moon? The smallest planet in our solar system and nearest to the Sun, Mercury is only slightly larger than Earth's Moon.

Which God is Earth named after?

Earth is the only planet not named after a Roman god or goddess, but it is associated with the goddess Terra Mater (Gaea to the Greeks). It is derived from "eor(th)e" and "ertha," which mean "ground." Other civilizations all over the world also developed terms for our planet. Can you walk on Saturn? The outer part of Saturn is made of gas and the very top layers have about the same pressure as the air does on Earth. So, if you tried to walk on this part of Saturn, you would sink through its atmosphere. Saturn's atmosphere is very thick and its pressure increases the deeper you go.

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How do spacecraft navigate in space?

Nine and a half years was the time it took for the Voyager 2 to reach Uranus. Nine and a half years is how long it took for Voyager 2 to reach Uranus.

It would be classified as a Jovian planet by its position in the solar system. The average density is close to the giant outer planets.

Can humans live on Neptune?

Similar to most planets, Neptune is a volatile world with no solid surfaces. Besides, the desolate planet is no place for human life.

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