I have no idea what I am doing. But I love music. I also record music. I eat food. I grow food too. I am no expert, but I like to find out ways to help people too.
That boundary is a mysterious place called the heliopause, where scientists believe the solar wind — a stream of charged particles spewed out by the sun — fizzles out completely. Call it the cosmic doldrums, or perhaps even the heavenly horse latitudes. There are tantalizing signs that Voyager I, now some 11 billion miles from home, is nearly there. (Voyager II, which launched first, is about 2 billion miles behind its twin.)
Analyzing the heliopause and what lies just beyond is expected to be the Voyagers’ last feat before they go black. http://m.npr.org/story/155442322?url=/2012/06/21/155442322/a-final-voyage-into-the-wild-black-yonder&ft=1&f=1001&sc=tw&utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter