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(Space.com)   Voyager1 is going to be lost 6 months before Voyager2 and 359 years before the USS Voyager was lost   (space.com) divider line 3
    More: Cool, USS Voyager, Voyager, heliosphere, interstellar space, Ed Stone, voyager spacecraft, spacecrafts, Jet Propulsion Laboratory  
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2012-08-08 10:38:16 AM
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I just came here to mention the Oort cloud, and possibly make a groan-inducing joke like, "If they can handle interstellar space, there's no telling how far they Oort to go."
2012-08-08 10:18:27 AM
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DjangoStonereaver: ArkAngel: [api.ning.com image 398x411]

36D of 9 thread

I'll see your 7 of 9 and raise you:

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I'm not a leg man, but dayammmmmmm.....


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'She's dead Jim.'
2012-08-08 10:04:46 AM
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ZAZ: Please remember to listen to the spaceship's discovery report this time. Data from an earlier boundary crossing was lost because they didn't tune in that day.


The boundary take months and months to pass through, its not like a discrete border. Or is that the story they are feeding everyone because they were asleep at the wheel.
 
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