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After twenty six years of travel, Voyager is setting a new record -- it will soon, if not already, pass through the bubble that surrounds our solar system. At this Web site, Rachel Weintraub at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center recaps the successes of the mission, which include providing the first views of volcanoes on Jupiter and close-ups of Saturn's rings. Users will find animations that represent the image scientists have of the theoretical boundary around our solar system. The Web site also addresses two science teams' different interpretations of the data being gathered, giving visitors a sense of the uncertainty scientists cope with when they create and modify theories.

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