December 2012 - Voyager 1 near edge of our
solar system ready to enter gateway interstellar space
THAT STAR IS OUR SUN !
at our solar system from the outside in, God's view!
Voyager 1 and 2 are presently in the "Heliosheath",
the outermost layer of the heliosphere where the solar wind is slowed by the
pressure of interstellar gas, and they are traveling at about 135,000 miles per
hour! Voyager 1 is 11 billion miles from earth and approaching the "Heliopause"
and about to leave our solar system to voyage into interstellar space. As the
ship sails ahead a bow shock spreads around the vessel as it enters the frontier
into new space. The earth will continue to receive signals for about another
dozen years. Both vessels carry a greeting for any intelligent extraterrestrial
life, on a golden phonograph record with sounds and images of Earth, including
Chuck Berry singing "Johnny B. Goode". It has a shelf life of over 4 billion