Kickstarter Project to reissue Golden Record & support the Carl Sagan Institute

Cornell astronomer and science educator Carl Sagan chaired the visionary committee that created the original Voyager Golden Record – the story of Earth expressed in sounds, images and science – 40 years ago. Voyager I entered interstellar space in 2013. It’s now almost 13 billion miles away from Earth.

To celebrate Voyager's 40th anniversary next year, a lavish box set recreates the documentation sent into space, which includes spoken greetings in 55 human languages, one whale language and more than 100 images encoded in analog.

A Kickstarter campaign has launched to reissue the Voyager Golden Records, and 20 percent of net proceeds will benefit the Carl Sagan Institute: Pale Blue Dot and Beyond.

by Linda Glaeser

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