Voyager 1 is now outside our solar system, researchers say

08/15/2013 | Reuters

NASA's Voyager 1 is going where no man-made probe has gone before -- outside our solar system, new research suggests. "We think that the magnetic field within the solar system and in the interstellar space are aligned enough that you can actually pass through without seeing a huge change in direction," said University of Maryland physicist Marc Swisdak, meaning that the probe may have reached interstellar space last summer, though NASA officials are skeptical.

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