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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Voyager 1, which has been travelling at the rate of 10km/sec to the outer limits of the solar system since 1977, is now detecting the first traces of 'interstellar winds' (colder and slower than solar winds) - the signs it is finally reaching the edges of solar system. It is now 17,970,000,000 km - or 11,100,000,000 miles away.

Voyager 1, which has been travelling at the rate of 10km/sec to the outer limits of the solar system since 1977, is now detecting the first traces of 'interstellar winds' (colder and slower than solar winds) - the signs it is finally reaching the edges of solar system. It is now 17,970,000,000 km - or 11,100,000,000 miles away.
Voyager 1, which has been travelling at the rate of 10km/sec to the outer limits of the solar system since 1977, is now detecting the first traces of 'interstellar winds' (colder and slower than solar winds) - the signs it is finally reaching the edges of solar system. It is now 17,970,000,000 km - or 11,100,000,000 miles away.
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A map of galactic superclusters & voids in space....just in case you are out there.
A map of galactic superclusters & voids in space....just in case you are out there.
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