I tell you, NASA hasn't produced any news in a looooong time (yes, including the Mars rover) that I am interested in. I am a big opponent of the money we spend on NASA. I think there are far more important things that we should be spending money on than this. However, this story has me very intrigued. There are some pretty funny comments at the bottom of the story as well. Things such as "Wouldn't it be cool if it hit a wall?" or "What if it discovered that the solar system is flat?". I am very interested to hear what it finds. Also, as is said in the comments, it is amazing this thing is still working 35 years after its launch. A true technological feat IMO.
Voyager 1 probe leaving solar system reaches "magnetic highway" exit - Yahoo! News