Cool. I've seen stuff about the Voyage on the TV a while ago, when it had't reached the outside just yet. I was actually somewhat impressed when I knew nothing from the Earth had ever been out of the Solar System before the Voyage. I didn't know it would take so long... Maybe one day humans will find a way to reach the speed of light, or at least very close to it, so it will be very easier to explore the universe (it would still take a bit long though; the nearest star is 4 lightyears from us IIRC).
Originally posted by Akireyano
It's interesting to know that mankind has been able to know what's far beyond space limits, But don't know what's at the bottom of the ocean.
I read once that the humans have been on the bottom of the ocean once, but only once. You know, it's pretty complex to develop something that resists to 11 kilometers (?) of water pressure.