NASA scientists have published papers that use data that Voyager 2 gathered a year ago when it made the crossing into interstellar space.

On November 5, 2018, Voyager 2 became the second spacecraft in history to leave the heliosphere, which is the protective bubble produced by the sun.

As Voyager 2 made that historic crossing scientific data was being gathered about the conditions the spacecraft was in.

Scientists published five new papers that focus on observations during that transition.

Each of the papers details findings that were gathered from one of the five operating science instruments aboard the spacecraft.

The operating instruments include a magnetic field sensor, two instruments to detect energetic particles in different energy ranges, and two instruments for studying plasma.

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