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Diane Dille
Diane Dille

Space the final frontier--except for our seas--I for one wonder where space ends, what it looks like. I sit in awe of the beauty that exist in the mist of it--thousands of solar systems , star, planets, wormholes, amasing unknown realities just waiting to be found. It just takes my breath away! When I see these things I wonder how we can deny there is a God--Only God could have created this piece of art we call the Universe!

John Stevenson
John Stevenson
  • Diane Dille

god are you for real

Diane Dille
Diane Dille
  • Diane Dille

Yes I am for real--You can't see the air but you know it's there. I have no other explanation for this beautiful thing that surrounds us. Mr. Stevenson, open your eye's,mind and heart to the possibilites.

Lisa Harrison
Lisa Harrison
  • Diane Dille

Some people either dont know, can't fathom, won't except the fact that we & everything around us was created by an awesome God. All of us were created for & from love.

Allen Priest
Allen Priest

the 8 track is for the computers OS the music and sounds (surf, birds, whales, music ect..) is on a gold plated copper record with instruction on how to play it back. the music ranges from bethovens 5th to chuck berry.I made a mistake, voyager was launched in 1977, not 79. voyager was never intended to survive this long, but it is powered by a small nuclear reactor and it has a cover of aluminum over the record that is eltroplated with ultra pure uranium 238 so if any civilization find it they can exstrapulate its age. pretty cool

Bruce Gibson
Bruce Gibson

Like Stephen Hawkins said, maybe we should not have not let others know where we are.

Robert Clay
Robert Clay

I saw the first Star Trek movie... so... I know what's going to happen to it... (☺)

Chris Throckmorton
Chris Throckmorton

And we think 35 mpg is great

Simon Osborne
Simon Osborne

And we have travelled 20.5 billion miles around the sun in 35 years.

Allen Priest
Allen Priest

voyager 1 has traveled 11 billion miles, voyager 2 has traveled 9 billion miles. voyager 1 is at the edge of our solar system and is about to cross the plasma bubble that surrounds our system. this barrier is a bubble that surounds our system and is heated by the sun. I hope it survives the crossing and keeps transmitting. it is about to enter deep space (the area between galixies) it will be cool to find out what is beyond or solar system, if anything. one can only speculate at htis point....

voyager 1 has traveled 11 billion miles, voyager 2 has traveled 9 billion miles. voyager 1 is at the edge of our solar system and is about to cross the plasma bubble that surrounds our system. this barrier is a bubble that surounds our system and is heated by the sun. I hope it survives the crossing and keeps transmitting. it is about to enter deep space (the area between galixies) it will be cool to find out what is beyond or solar system, if anything. one can only speculate at htis point. and by the way it is not coming back. sorry dino it is not a cd player it is an 8 track tape player, we are talking about 1979 technology here.the weakest ipod is 100k times more powerful than voyagers on board computer system.

Upendra Kumar Gupta
Upendra Kumar Gupta
  • Allen Priest

Please tell the distance in Light Years also.

Kevin Drayton
Kevin Drayton

To boldly go where no man has gone.

Kevin Drayton
Kevin Drayton
  • Kevin Drayton

I got it right!! yay!!

Astro Pushpa Sharma
Astro Pushpa Sharma

it'll reach on the last point of solar system.

Francisco A. Molina Sánchez

un paseíto

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