Voyager detects persistant hum

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    Voyager has been hacked by ransomware. I suspect those pesky robots that inhabit Mars are up to their shenanigans again.
     
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    Has it been pitch-corrected and doubled by the producer, or are they just a bunch of amatuers?
     
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    Does it go away if you touch the strings?
     
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    I've been loosely following the news over the last 15+ years as it has slowly progressed into and through the outer most regions of our solar system. It's pretty fascinating. I doubt in 1977 anyone could have imagined that 35 years later we'd gain new insight into the heliopause from data sent back by the probe.
     
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    Really kind of mind blowing that the thing still works at all.

    Why is it that as tech has progressed since the '70s, now virtually every electronic device is disposable, only lasting 2-10 years?
     
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    might be fluorescent lighting in the neigborhood. you'd think they could afford decent wiring in that thing.
     
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    The RTGs that they used. It's like the ultimate battery, with the added bonus of utilizing the excess heat to keep the other components at reasonable operating temperatures.
     
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    "We're detecting the faint, persistent hum of interstellar gas." Space Flatulence had to be discovered eventually. Had to take a long time; its not like its in an elevator.
     
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    "Interstellar GAS" I knew it! You can't escape GAS even in outer space.
     
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    I just can't begin to tell you just how much I don't care what happens that far away. I don't even know a guy named V'jer.
     
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    a number of these critters was spotted in the neighborhood.
    upload_2021-5-12_13-14-11.jpeg

    I reckon if they gots any metal filing in that jibber jabber mouth uv theres, they could be pickup interstellar radio from Alpha Centuari, KRAK plays Octupus speed metal 24 hrs a day, and if you ain't hip to it, it sounds mostly like a hum. or it could be a humming bird got in there somehow, theys hard to get out of closed spaces on account they moves so fast and are all nervous and stuff.


    they probably just need a better cleaning crew and don't leave no honey just lying around inside their satellites when theys launchin stuff.
     
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    Think of it as temperature. Anything not at absolute zero vibrates. That Voyager has detected this very low energy vibration is amazing and a tribute to the engineers who designed and built the probe.
     
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