What I found most interesting about that is that as the Sun and our whole solar system move through interstellar space, Voyager I is out there travelling with us, but is now slightly ahead of the Sun, meeting any anomalies first before we do. I hadn't appreciated that before.
If you think about it, the probe managed to survive lift-off and all the gravitational and em shenanigans of the planets and moons. Since then it has been in a very constant cold dark place in a hard vacuum, with no vibration and only the odd cosmic ray to disturb it. Pretty good environment for ageing electronics.
just waiting for the nuclear battery to run down.