Three cheers for Voyager Mission!

Voyager 1 Fires Up Thrusters After 37 Years

The Voyager-Mission Team proves once more the superiority of the micro-electronics technology of the 1970s over our still not quite correctly understood nanotechnology of today.

By the way, I still hope that if not the "New Horizons", than maybe one of the Voyager spacecraft will become the task to look for the remnants of the Andrea-Star in the central region of the Kuiper Belt, around 10 AU behind the Pluto's position of today, as shown on the NASA's diagrams modified by myself here below.

For more info see, for example, "The Venus-centered Solar System".