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First man-made object to leave the Solar System
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Voyager space probe leaves the solar system in a major scientific milestone.
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"Scientifically it's a major milestone, but also historically - this is one of those journeys of exploration like circumnavigating the globe for the first time or having a footprint on the Moon for the first time. This is the first time we've begun to explore the space between the stars," he told BBC News.


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Originally posted by HuFlungDu

When is it leaving the Solar System for the 23rd time? In the end, this is all a load of publicity for NASA.
What's certain is it's definitely, absolutely left the Solar System. Right?

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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.
Because there is nothing to block your view if you look up.

As for Voyager, this is actually the first time I've heard of it leaving the solar system.

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I can still barely believe that we are the only species to leave the planet. Who would have ever thought THIS would happen?

Space is vast, my friends.

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You think you are big and yet you are small when thinking about space.
I'd like to know when it gets overtaken by an infinitely more advanced craft of the future and that ship's captain laughs at the clunkiness of those primitive 21st century cultures.
That or it hits something in the Oort cloud.

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Originally posted by 678ruby678
I can still barely believe that we are the only species to leave the planet. Who would have ever thought THIS would happen?

Everyone and their mom, I mean did you expect dolphins to go to space ever?

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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).

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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.
Technically all the microorganisms that hitched a ride on our unmanned spacecraft were the first in space.

Just sayin' :P
Originally posted by leod
I mean did you expect dolphins to go to space ever?

im pretty sure thats the plot to star trek IV

e: my bad that was whales

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Wasn't the first animal to go to space and come back alive a dog the U.S.S.R. sent up? Also, I heard that it's possible for the solar wind to blow away viruses off the top of the atmosphere and onto other planets (but maybe that doesn't count since viruses aren't considered alive). It's kind of weird to think that a Martian rover might find ancient viruses from Earth.

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The first (recorded) animal to be in space was a dog, yes. However, she did not come back, the mission was a "one-way-road" to begin with.
If I'm not mistaken, a monkey was the first one to go into space and come back.

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