Post navigation Voyager 2, the interplanetary spacecraft launched in 1977, is now 13 billion miles away from Earth and is still communicating with our planet after entering interstellar space. The spacecraft was only the second human-designed object to make it beyond the boundary of our solar system and is still sending back valuable information to researchers at NASA. The spacecraft’s communication with Earth has recently resumed after it was temporarily blocked by static created by our sun. NASA and SpaceX launched Crew-1, a four-person team of astronauts, to the International Space Station. They are the first of six total teams to begin a long term residence on the spacecraft. The mission will function as an important stepping stone to the long-term presence of astronauts in low Earth orbit and to establish more opportunities for discovery in space.