Come on Voyager 1 In or Out! University of Maryland claim that Voyager 1 has left the Solar System last year

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Posted August 20, 2013 by Johnny2x in Science
Artist's impression of current theory of the shock wave of the heliosphere (Image: NASA)

Artist’s impression of current theory of the shock wave of the heliosphere (Image: NASA)

NASA disagrees with what the scientist over at the University of Maryland are saying. Nothing is more exciting then a good old super nerd argument.

Gizmag.com has the whole story:

A team of scientists led by the University of Maryland claim that the Voyager 1 space probe, which is now 11 billion miles (18 billion km) from Earth left the Solar System’s boundary last year and is not, as NASA claims, still passing through a transition zone. The controversial theory is based on models of the solar magnetic field on the edge of the system and how it interacts with interstellar space.

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Artist's impression of the solar and interstellar magnetic fields (Image: NASA)

Artist’s impression of the solar and interstellar magnetic fields (Image: NASA)

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