The message came from 22.5 billion kilometers away! NASA officially announced: Turkish detail …


Tuesday, May 11, 2021 – 9:21 | Last Updated: 11 05 2021 – 9:21

The spacecraft named ‘Voyager-1’ of the American Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) sent data to Earth from a distance of 22.5 billion kilometers. The hum within the data sent came to the agenda of the scientific world in a short time.

NASA’s spacecraft named ‘Voyager-1’ may have caused us to unravel another secret of the universe.

Located 22.5 billion kilometers from Earth, the vehicle sent data revealing the ‘hum’ of interstellar gas to our planet.

The data, defined as ‘very weak and monotonous sound’ in the statement, was sent back to the Earth in ‘narrow frequency bandwidth’ by Voyager-1.

Scientists at Cornell University, one of the leading educational institutions in the USA, say it is a ‘hum’ from the gases of the interstellar medium.

The spacecraft was launched 44 years ago to study the gas giants of the outer solar system.

It is stated that the discovery of this hum could help astronomers better understand how the region in question interacts with the very edges of the solar winds.

HOSTING A TURKISH MESSAGE

The spacecraft also hosts a Turkish message. The story behind the message “Dear friends who speak Turkish, no to your sheriffs in the morning” recorded in Turkish on Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft has emerged years later.

The message in question is Prof. Dr. It turned out to belong to Peten Ian Kuniholm.

Prof. Dr. Kuniholm made the following statement;

‘I was teaching English at Robert College in the 1960s. Behçet Kemal Çağlar was also a literature teacher at the college at that time. I made a Turkish recording with the way Behçet Kemal Çağlar greets me every morning. ‘ (Liberty)