NASA Satellite Sending Back Strange Signals | Was It Designed That Way In Case It Was Grabbed

Have aliens ‘grabbed’ Voyager 1 and are they trying to understand its radio signals?

There has to be an inbuilt security device or protocol which kick's in, just in case it's grabbed by Aliens and just because it was launched in 1977, a simple straightforward set of gobbledygook could be that key? If not, then given current understanding of the UAP videos, well then they never covered any eventuality, did they? Especially when we've got UFO disclosure now. Once upon a time this would have been laughed at. There's probably someone out there laughing at this, but they're not understanding the recent disclosure that has happened - UFOs are real so by default Extraterrestrial entities are real.

Have Aliens manipulating the Voyager 1 satellite signals.

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A lot of times we never really know how truly small our planet is until we look back at it from a distance. It makes me wonder what else is out there in the universe and if there's life beyond us.

Lee Lewis UFO Researcher 

Are NASA satellites been overtaken by Extraterrestrial entities.

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Is this idea being looked into by scientists at the NASA-funded SETI Institute in Mountain View, California. The space agency's Voyager 1 may be giving off signals that are out of this world, or rather, from another galaxy — and extraterrestrials may be listening.

Can you remember Oumuamua the strangest interstellar object that came our way, well why can't our satellite have the same effect on Aliens, but Aliens that can go out and grabb it?

  • sending back strange signals
  • mysterious
  • farther than any other object in space

The satellite was launched in 1977 to study the outer Solar System and eventually interstellar space. After going around Jupiter in 1979, it encountered Saturn in 1980 and then engaged in a long study of Saturn's moons and rings. In the late 1980s Voyager 2 went on to explore Uranus and Neptune. In November 2006 it left our Solar System by crossing the heliopause, the region of space where the solar wind from the Sun meets the plasma from interstellar space.

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According to Voyager mission control, a source in the interstellar medium is sending signals to the probe that it does not recognize. The source might be a human satellite giving off signals in a different format – or it could be an extraterrestrial civilization trying to get our attention.

NASA Voyager 1 satellite.

A NASA image of one of the Voyager space probes. Voyager 1 and its identical sister craft Voyager 2 were launched in 1977 to study the outer Solar System and eventually interstellar space. (NASA/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

In fact, Voyager 1 has traveled so far that it has left the bounds of our solar system — and now it is giving off strange readings that scientists are struggling to understand. Could it be that Aliens have interfered with our furthest away satellite and it's tried to tell NASA that it's in difficulty because of this?

  • Voyager 1 and 2 were launched in 1977
  • They are traveling through interstellar space
  • 14.5 billion miles away from earth
  • Have left the heliopause
  • Galactic void

The mystery likely has something to do with the fact that Voyager 1 is the farthest artificial object in space. At a distance of 14.5 billion miles away from Earth, Voyager 1 passed through the heliopause in 2012. The heliopause is the barrier separating the Sun's solar winds from the interstellar medium, or all of the matter and radiation that exist in the space in-between various solar systems in the galaxy. This means that Voyager 1 is literally in the interstellar void of the Milky Way.

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Voyager 1 and its identical sister craft Voyager 2 were launched in 1977 to study the outer Solar System and eventually interstellar space. (NASA/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

The twin probes were originally meant to conduct flybys of Jupiter and Saturn so scientists could study their atmospheres, but they ended up sending back far more information than anyone could have imagined at first. In 2012, NASA announced that Voyager 1 had crossed into interstellar space after traveling

  • Scientists are stumped.
  • Voyager 1 left the bounds of our solar system in 2012.
  • It is the farthest artificial object in space.
  • It is giving off strange readings.
  • There is a mystery to be solved in the Voyager 1 readings, likely caused by its distance from Earth.

It' not entirely uncommon for NASA to make statements regarding findings that remain a bit outside of the norm. Whether it be an image of a black hole or the discovery of liquid water on Mars, "our" or should I say "the World's" space agency makes sure to present such findings to us in a way that will blow our minds. This time, it's an event surrounding the most distant man-made object in space: Voyager 1, which we now know has likely been detected by aliens. Seriously. For a lot of people, it makes sense and if I'm being honest, I say that because it's literally just happened to us also what with Oumuamua, the interstellar traveller. The wandering Nomad which universally accepted by scientists and researchers alike that there's a high likelihood that it was Extraterrestrial in origin. So why can't we take this seriously or at least as a possibility? This puzzles me because it's NASA's ethos, NASA's main purpose is to look for evidence of Extraterrestrial life in space...

With an increase in the interest about what is beyond our solar system, the potential for alien lifeforms coming into contact with Voyager 1 has grown as well. While to date scientists have not detected any radio emissions from intelligent alien life forms, perhaps someday they will.

Lee Lewis UFO Researcher 

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More specifically, NASA explained, the AACS keeps the spacecraft's antenna pointed at Earth so that it transmits data back to our planet. On the surface, the AACS appears to keep working, but all of the telemetry data that it has sent back is invalid, such as by appearing to be randomly generated or physically impossible. This raises questions.

"Appering to be, physically impossible" this is a really strange story so we need to keep an eye on this one guy's.

For real!

We may never know the exact answer to this question. It is possible that Voyager 1 is giving off anomalous signals because the intelligent life in our galaxy or universe designed these spacecrafts and engineers them to transmit specific signals if they ever come across other space crafts for them to understand. It is a given that aliens would be capable of doing this since aliens are usually portrayed as being millions of years ahead of us technologically speaking.

The science behind this mystery is complex. However, the bottom line is that a human-made object from Earth has probed the boundaries of interstellar space. The implications of this achievement are truly astounding, and it is an honor to be alive at the same time as this amazing object and witness Voyager 1's historic mission.

Satellite Voyager 1 is goving off intercepted signals.

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Luckily, NASA is aware of the problem, and says that they should be able to solve it. They will continue to investigate the issue over the next few months, and will hopefully figure out how to get accurate readings. In the meantime, scientists are eagerly awaiting new data from Voyager 1 as it continues its journey out of this solar system and into interstellar space.

In the end, a discovery that would shake the foundations of human existence is more likely to be a bleeping space probe. However, considering the weird behaviour of Voyagers 1 and 2s signals, there remains a chance that the two spacecraft may have picked up alien signals from interstellar space. It is possible that aliens are trying to communicate with Voyager 1 in a way that we don't understand. The strange data could also be a sign of a cosmic catastrophe. Is humanity due for an existential disaster? Only time will tell. If anything comes from this story at least we know it will be interesting .

A lot of times we never really know how truly small our planet is until we look back at it from a distance. It makes me wonder what else is out there in the universe and if there's life beyond us.

Here's a fantastic video uploaded to YouTube by Astro Bytes:

We'll just have to wait and see how the rest of the story plays out. if you want to leave your thoughts and opinions on this, please do. Can you share this post with someone, cheers.

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