Neil deGrasse Tyson, Wil Wheaton, Carl Sagan’s son, LaVar Burton, astronaut Mike Massimino and many more wish the Voyager I well as it becomes the first human-made object to enter interstellar space. NASA encourages everyone to do the same, because this is a truly remarkable human achievement.
(via NASA JPL)
- This video recaps the Voyager I mission on its first 11,000,000,000 miles
- Before leaving, Voyager I found magnetic bubbles at the edge of the solar system
- It wasn’t long ago that Voyager I was just on the edge of the “solar bubble”