The farthest human-made object is also the fastest human-made object, Voyager 1.
For nearly 50 years, Star Trek has been one of the most dominant forces in pop culture. Trek’s history stretches beyond the shows themselves, because Gene Rodenberry’s vision of the future has inspired generations and broken boundaries. Want to learn more before next year’s anniversary? Look no further.
It’s been 38 years since NASA launched a gold record containing sounds and sights of Earth into space. Yesterday, NASA made it easier to hear those noises for yourself. On Soundcloud.
Star Trek Online's upcoming expansion firmly puts the focus on Star Trek: Voyager. Alongside returning to the Delta Quadrant, the Art team have had to tweak the ship's LCARS cutaway schematics to better suit their needs - giving us our best ever look at the inner workings of the Federation's finest Intrepid-Class ship.
You may have heard that Voyager 1 has exited the Solar System. And that it hasn't. This is a chronicle of that probe's greatest journey in headlines, including a few of our own.
Last year, when Voyager I left our solar system for the lonely pastures of interstellar space, it carried a message for extraterrestrial life: A golden record containing images and words selected by Carl Sagan and others. But that was almost 40 years ago. Now, NASA is making a whole new message from the Earthlings of…
Voyager I is now officially flying into interstellar space. In the future, an alien spaceship may come across it. When they do, they will find two things: a golden disc and a record player. These are the contents of that disc and how to interpret it.
After months of back and forth, scientists now agree that NASA's Voyager 1 has become the first manmade object to leave the solar system. And it only took 36 years to make the 12 billion mile-long journey.
For the very first time, a man-made object has reached the cosmic abyss beyond the farthest reaches of our solar system. As of today, Voyager 1 is the first spacecraft to begin the endless journey into deep space.
Just last week, Voyager 2 became NASA's longest operating spacecraft, and today, the mighty craft celebrates its 35th anniversary. What a long way it has travelled!
Video artist Sander van cen Berg created this winsome video entirely out of still images from NASA's Cassini and Voyager missions. Because the video is constructed like a flipbook, it also has a retro feel that's hard to beat.
The spacecraft Voyager 1 is now 11 billion miles from the sun, at the very end of the solar system. It's peacefully sailing in a new region between us and interstellar space. NASA poetically calls it cosmic purgatory.
We've finally done it. After more than 40 years, we finally have the green light on a Star Trek theme park, thanks to King Abdullah of Jordan. And it only cost a measly $1.5 billion to do it. I'm buying my ticket now.
If I were an alien and I listened to these human greetings, I would totally freak out and destroy Earth. Fortunately, the original Voyager's Golden Records don't have that creepy background noise, just the voice of humanity and Gaia's sounds.
For years, astronomers have been puzzled by the fact that our solar system is crossing a cloud of interstellar hell. One that shouldn't be there at all. Intergalactic plot to keep us isolated or cosmic event? Voyager got the answer.
In space, nobody can hear you sing Dancing Queen when you are in the shower. But if you listen closely, you can hear the planets making noises. Noises so scary that make me want to move to another solar system.
Do Bluetooth headset makers plant their seeds at the same time every year or something? Following the Jawbone Prime, modeled by sexy ladies, is Plantronics' Voyager Pro, modeled by business douches.
Corsair's Voyager Port a semi-automated backup system, just waiting for your USB 2.0 flash drives to dock into.