Last week NASA announced an historic first. A space probe it launched 36 years ago became the first ever human-made object to sail out of our solar system and into the space between the stars. Today we talk with Dr. Edward Stone, a man who has played a very important role in the Voyager program since its inception.
This past Wednesday NASA launched a new private rocket from its Mid-Atlantic Spaceport that will bring supplies to the International Space Station. Suzanne Presto fills us in with the details.
3D printers give consumers the chance to bring ideas sketched on paper turned into real physical objects in a matter of hours. Elizabeth Lee will tell us more.
Biofuels have become a very popular alternative to fossil based fuels. Jan Sluizer reports that there's a new and promising source for biodiesel fuel -- algae.
And, Richard Paul has a story about a unique calling card the Voyager has strapped to its side. It's a golden record that contains a variety of music and sounds of Earth. It was meant as a way to introduce our planet to any aliens that might come in contact with the Voyager.