List of Artificial Objects Escaping From The Solar System

List Of Artificial Objects Escaping From The Solar System

Below is a list of artificial objects escaping from the Solar System. All of these objects are space probes and their upper stages launched by NASA, the United States space agency, and do not include those missions that went into orbit around planets.

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