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Voyager 1 Goes Interstellar: Solar System Boundary Passed [News]
posted September 24 2013 1:02.06 by spic0m




New data from NASA's Voyager 1 indicates the probe has left the influence of the Sun's bubble of charged particles and entered true interstellar space, after a 36-year odyssey through the Solar System, across more than 11,253,000,000 miles.



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