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Voyager 1 About to Leave Solar System

June 28, 2013
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NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft is the farthest man made object from Earth.

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NASA 360: Stories of the Solar System: Comets and Asteroids

NASA 360: Stories of the Solar System: Comets and Asteroids

NASA (July 15, 2013) — Caleb: If you want to look back in time to the beginning of our solar system, look no further than comets and asteroids. Molly: These solar system time capsules have been giving away secrets of not only how our solar system formed, but also the planets that call it home. Dr. Paul Chodas: What are the materials that form the solar system? What did it look like originally? Lindley Johnson: Asteroids and comets are the leftover material that made up the solar system.
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Voyager I Enters "Magnetic Highway"

Voyager I Enters "Magnetic Highway"

Newsy (Dec. 4, 2012) — The Voyager I has entered the "Magnetic Highway." Scientists say it is the last step before leaving our solar system.
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RAW VIDEO: NASA's Voyager First Spacecraft to Exit Solar System

RAW VIDEO: NASA's Voyager First Spacecraft to Exit Solar System

AFP (Sep. 12, 2013) — Never before has a human-built spacecraft traveled so far. NASA's Voyager 1 probe has now left the solar system and is wandering the galaxy, US scientists said Thursday.
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This Week @ NASA, September 13, 2013

This Week @ NASA, September 13, 2013

NASA (Sep. 13, 2013) — During a press briefing at NASA headquarters, scientists announced that the Voyager 1 spacecraft has officially left our solar bubble and has reached interstellar space.
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