Launched in 1977, the Voyager space probes are currently drifting through our Heliosheath. This is what we call the outermost layer of the heliosphere, the immense magnetic bubble that contains our solar system. As of today, Voyager 1 is more than 117 astronomical units (AU)away from the Earth, while Voyager 2 is more than 96 AU away (current distances updated here). They each carry the Voyager Golden Records, which feature a number of scenes, music, sounds and greetings from Earth.
Claire L. Evans produced the following video for the 2010 World Science Festival, which compiles the 55 earth greetings contained on the disc. Let's watch: