Voyager 1 entered interstellar space in 2012, while Voyager 2 finally crossed the boundary marking the beginning of outer space in November 2018.
The near-earth object with its massive size and close proximity, however, has no chance of hitting our homeworld, assured NASA.
The asteroid was first recorded six hours after its approach in data from the ZTF Observatory in California, as a long trail of light in the sky.
Once thought to be an asteroid, Ceres' unexplained bright spots kept scientists curious to know more.
There are two confirmed cases at NASA centres: Ames Research Center in California and Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama.
NASA's JPL will continue to make attempts to get in touch with the CubeSat till March 2020.
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The NASA JPL Chief emphasised a familiar statistic quotes at the time of Vikram's planned landing — 40% of moons missions in last 60 years have failed.
A total of 13 asteroids will be travelling past Earth in the next coming weeks till 31 December.
The asteroid has been classified as a Near-Earth Object by NASA, but it will not hit Earth this time around.
Naiad and Thalassa are two of Neptune's innermost moons that exist pretty close to each other.
NASA, in the run up to Halloween, released an image of the sun looking like a pumpkin.
The asteroid is classified as potentially hazardous but there is no chance of it colliding with our planet.
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Anne Devereaux said, "The Indian scientists did very well. Lot of information (was) gathered. The orbiter has been successful".
Curiosity is the largest rover built by NASA till date, weighing 899 kgs and moving at a speed of 30 mph.
She is a math whizz and one of NASA's longest-serving women employees who has worked on many missions.
The asteroid might be a remanent of an old planet and has nickel and iron core that is similar to Earth.
The $35 credit card-sized device is used to teach computer and coding to children in developing countries.
Cassini was in space for 20 years and has provided information that scientists are still studying and understanding.
Viewers can ask questions of the engineers about the rover, mission during the 'Seeing 2020' broadcast.