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Photos from NASA's Voyager 1 and 2 Probes

Voyager Probe Poised to Plunge into Interstellar Space


This file image, which does not indicate the current positions of the Voyager probes, shows the solar system's structure.

Jupiter's Great Red Spot as Seen by Voyager


Close-up of Jupiter's Great Red Spot as seen by a Voyager spacecraft.

Saturn and Three Moons


Saturn and three moons, Tethys, Dione and Rhea, seen by a Voyager spacecraft on August 4, 1982, from a distance of 13 million miles.

Saturn's Northern Hemisphere


Saturn's northern hemisphere seen on August 19, 1981 from a range of 4.4 million miles by a Voyager spacecraft.

Crescent Uranus


Voyager 2 departs a crescent Uranus on January 25, 1986, here seen from a range of 600,000 miles.

Uranus False-Color Image


False-color view of Uranus as seen by a Voyager spacecraft.

Neptune's Great Dark Spot


Neptune's Great Dark Spot, accompanied by white high-altitude clouds, as seen by a Voyager spacecraft.

False Color Image of Neptune


False color image of Neptune as seen by a Voyager spacecraft.

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