“The Voyager flight team dug up decades-old data and examined the software that was coded in an outdated assembler language, to make sure we could safely test the thrusters,” said Jones, chief engineer at JPL.
All of Voyager’s thrusters were developed by Aerojet Rocketdyne.
Not only does Aerojet Rocketdyne have the rocket.com domain (!!! [but it’s an Apache config page at he moment]), but that is the most steampunk name for a rocket company ever! And kinda genius: no one reads that and thinks, “huh, I wonder what they do.” You know what it has to do with. And that is the best description of what they do, something to do with rocketdyne aerojets!