File Description: On September 5, 1977, Voyager 1 was launched from Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, Florida. Although Voyager 1 left Earth 16 days after Voyager 2, its faster flight path allowed it to pass the slower craft and arrive at Jupiter more than four months ahead of Voyager 2.
The initial mission plan for Voyager 2 specified visits only to Jupiter and Saturn. The plan was augmented in 1981 to include a visit to Uranus, and again in 1985 to include a visit to Neptune. Voyager 2 completed both of those missions and is currently performing scientific experiments in interstellar space. Now it arrives the hour that controls the Voyager 3 with characteristic but advanced and innovative propulsion system that allows him to make scales in the stars. The Voyager 3, is already in this scenario around Europe. (Jupiter).