NASA receives signal from Voyager 1, the most distant space probe from Earth, after months of silence

Florida – The POT finally received a coherent signal from Voyager 1 again.

The most distant space probe in the world Land It stopped sending intelligible data since last November. Flight controllers determined that the break in communication was due to a malfunction in a cyber chip and reorganized the ship's code to resolve the problem.

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in southern California, declared the procedure a success after receiving proper engineering updates last week. The team continues to work to restore the transmission of scientific data.

It takes 22 1/2 hours for a signal to reach Voyager 1, which is more than 15 billion miles away in interstellar space. The signal travel time is twice as long for a round-trip message.