Interstellar Pathfinder (ISP), our first step into the interstellar medium, is a scientific investigation to study the outer boundary of our heliosphere and the interstellar matter that flows into it. A wind of interstellar neutral gas penetrates to within several astronomical units (AU) of the Sun, giving us a direct sample of present-day galactic matter. ISP is a mission to this inner edge of the interstellar medium. Using highly sensitive instrumentation, ISP will determine the composition of our local interstellar environment. It will also take the first global images of the boundary region of the heliosphere at 100 to 150 AU. These measurements will allow ISP to answer fundamental questions about the origin of the solar system and the stars, about the evolution of our galaxy and of the universe, and about the characteristics of our local galactic environment and its influence on the heliosphere.