Sep 25, 2013 — How far can humans go? Farther than we know. That's one of the lessons we can learn from the Voyager spacecraft, says physicist Marcelo Gleiser. He sees these missions as the embodiment of our hope that we are not alone in the universe, that there may be other beings out there who embrace life and beauty.
Sep 17, 2013 — Science, at its most fundamental level, is about telling the story of all that is around us. In this installment, astrophysicist Adam Frank tells the story of the stellar wind and the bubble that Voyager has just exited on its journey into interstellar space.
Sep 12, 2013 — The venerable probe has finally departed for interstellar space, but there's a reason the news might give you a feeling of deja vu.
Aug 19, 2013 — For the past decade or so, scientists have been waiting for the Voyager 1 spacecraft to cross into deep space. New research suggests it already has — over a year ago.