For the past year, Voyager 1 used its instruments to explore the new region.
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It appeared to be the cosmic doldrums where solar winds streaming out from the sun at 1 million mph have dramatically eased. It appeared to be the cosmic doldrums where solar winds streaming out from the sun at 1 million mph have dramatically eased and high-energy particles from outside are seeping in - a sign that Voyager 1 is at the doorstep of interstellar space.
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Voyager is now detecting the first traces of 'interstellar winds' - the signs it is finally reaching the edges of solar system. The Voyager spacecraft were built to explore the outer planets of the solar system - and beyond. Scientists expect to see several telltale signs when Voyager 1 finally crosses the boundary including a change in the magnetic field direction and the type of wind. Interstellar wind is slower, colder and denser than solar wind.
Voyager 1 and its twin, Voyager 2, were launched in to tour the outer planets including Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. After their main mission ended, both headed toward interstellar space in opposite directions.
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Voyager probe will become first man-made spacecraft to reach the edge of our solar system 'within months' 35 years after it left Earth 'Shouldn't have long to wait to find out what space between stars is like' Probe launched in More than 11 billion miles from sun Still detecting spikes in cosmic radiation - so it is still technically 'within' our solar system Batteries will last until - allowing vehicle to enter 'interstellar space' By Rob Waugh Updated: GMT, 26 April e-mail 30 View comments.
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Simon knows he's not happy, pointing out that the words "Home" and "work" shouldn't even go together, when he gets the lesson that opens up a universe of possibility for him. In an otherwise boring science class, the teacher introduces the concept that the universe is still expanding right now, spreading into territory where there isn't anything yet. And if there isn't anything there, Simon muses, there must be a line, a border to the universe, an edge to everything.
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And on the other side, nothing. What a great place that must be! And while Simon, played with perfect angst by Bobby MacDonell, dreams of this marvelous nothing, the play zooms us away to a house that actually is on the Edge of Everything, and the quirky boy Dan Urtz who lives there.
Urtz, most recently seen at TOY as Charlie Brown in the Christmas show, brings that same square-peg sensibility to his funny little alien, who has been watching the universe from its sideline since forever. But unlike Simon, he has had quite enough of nothing.
Obviously, these two guys simply have to get together, so playwright Finegan Kruckemeyer concocts a freak of family physics to deliver Simon across the cosmos to the Boy's house. But even then, it takes awhile for the boys to adjust to the idea that they have gotten exactly what they wished for. Director Chris Kelly shows a deft touch for balancing the comic with his characters' search for clarity and comfort, and TOY's cast serves the story well.
MacDonnell doesn't let Simon's anxiety overwhelm his likeability, and Urtz's Boy has a light touch with his pragmatic magic. Nick Stevens gets to play both an insecure bully and Simon's loving but obtuse father, and draws laughs in both roles.
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