Voyager 2 probe may have been intercepted by Aliens


Since its launch in the 1970s, the Voyager 2 probe has sent countless streams of data to Earth for scientific research, but lately these streams of information have become confusing and indecipherable.

NASA dismisses the information, saying that the software system merely had technical problems, and that this was the main cause, but German academic and UFO researcher Hartwig Hausdorf believes that the problem was generated by extraterrestrials.

In an interview, Hartwig Hausdorf told the German newspaper Bild: “It’s as if someone had intercepted and reprogrammed the probe, to perhaps cover up some discovery.”

The Voyager 2 spacecraft carries a disc with greetings in 55 languages, and contains selected sounds and images, as samples of the diversity of life and cultures on Earth, and is aimed at any extraterrestrial life form or human beings from a distant future who find it.


The disc’s contents were selected by a NASA committee headed by Carl Sagan.

The Voyager spacecraft’s Golden Record.

Sagan and his colleagues gathered 115 images and various natural sounds, such as thunder, wind, ocean waves, and bird and whale calls. In addition, a musical collection was included with works from different eras and cultures.

Dr. Edward Stone, one of the project’s scientists, said the so-called Golden Record is “a kind of time capsule intended to communicate the history of our world to extraterrestrials.”