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Why would Voyager 1 be the key to finding aliens? | Digital Trends Spanish

On August 25, 2012, the Voyager 1 probe achieved a historic achievement: it left the heliopause behind and became the first to reach interstellar space. It was 19,000 million kilometers from the Sun and had exceeded the expectations of the engineers who made it and they watched hopefully as it took off from Cape Canaveral on September 5, 1977 (a day like today, 44 years ago). Today, this NASA probe is still operational. It was designed to study the limits of the solar system, including the Kuiper belt. But he also has another mission: trying to contact some extraterrestrial civilization. Anyone there? To this end, both Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 travel with golden records, known as Golden Records, which carry a set of images and sounds characteristic of Earth. The idea is that this serve...