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Voyager Imagery Collection

"Unveiling the Mysteries of the Cosmos: A Glimpse into Voyager Imagery" Embarking on an interstellar odyssey, Voyager 2 captured a mesmerizing image of Neptune

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Voyager I composite of Saturn & six of its moons

Voyager I composite of Saturn & six of its moons
Voyager 1 composite image of Saturn & six of its moons superimposed on a painted starry sky background. The moon seen large at bottom left is Dione, followed clockwise by Enceladus, Rhea

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Neptune, Voyager 2 image

Neptune, Voyager 2 image
Neptune. Neptune is a gas giant, composed mostly of hydrogen and helium with some methane. Seen at centre is the Great Dark Spot, thought to be a hole in the methane cloud deck of Neptune

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Voyager 1 photo of Jupiter

Voyager 1 photo of Jupiter
Jupiter. Voyager 1 spacecraft photograph of the planet Jupiter. The picture was taken on 17 January 1979 from a distance of 47 million kilometres (29 million miles)

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Voyager 1 image of Saturn & three of its moons

Voyager 1 image of Saturn & three of its moons
Photograph of Saturn and its satellites Tethys (outer top left), Enceladus (inner top left) and Mimas (bottom right). It was taken by Voyager 1 on October 30

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Composite image of Jupiter & four of its moons

Composite image of Jupiter & four of its moons
Composite display of Voyager spacecraft images of the planet Jupiter with its satellite moons Io (far left), Europa (immediately below Jupiter), Ganymede (bottom left) and Callisto

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Voyager mosaic of Jupiter & its 4 Galilean moons R370 / 0003

Voyager mosaic of Jupiter & its 4 Galilean moons R370 / 0003
Mosaic of Voyager spacecraft photographs of Jupiter & its four Galilean moons: Callisto (bottom right), Ganymede (bottom left), Europa (centre) & Io (top left)

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Saturn and rings from Voyager 1

Saturn and rings from Voyager 1

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Voyager image of Io showing volcanic plume of Loki

Voyager image of Io showing volcanic plume of Loki
Eruption of a volcano on Io. Composite image made by the Voyager 1 spacecraft showing a volcanic plume on Io, one of the moons of Jupiter

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Atmospheric waves on Jupiter

Atmospheric waves on Jupiter
Voyager 1 image of atmospheric wave motions to the west (left) of Jupiters Great Red Spot (extreme right), compiled during the spacecrafts encounter with the planet in February, 1979

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Voyager 1 photograph of Saturn & its ring system

Voyager 1 photograph of Saturn & its ring system
Saturn & its rings, photographed on November 16, 1980, by the Voyager 1 spacecraft, from a distance of 5.3 million kilometres

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Voyager 1 view of Jupiters Great Red Spot

Voyager 1 view of Jupiters Great Red Spot from 9.2 million kilometers (5.7 million miles). This image was taken on February 25, 1979 on black and white film with a violet filter

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Two Voyager 2 images of the planet Uranus

Two Voyager 2 images of the planet Uranus
Voyager 2 images of Uranus taken on 17 January 1986, when the spacecraft was 9.1 million kilomet- res (5.7 million miles) from the planet

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Part of Saturns ring system

Part of Saturns ring system
Computer-processed picture of part of Saturns ring system, showing the Encke Division, a narrow gap 320 kilometres wide located in the outer part of Saturns A ring

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Voyager photo of Saturn and its rings

Voyager photo of Saturn and its rings viewed from a unique perspective

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Voyager 2 image of Saturn & its rings

Voyager 2 image of Saturn & its rings
This photograph of Saturn and its rings was taken using ultraviolet, violet and green filters and combining them to produce one overall image

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Voyager 2 image of the planet Neptune

Voyager 2 image of the planet Neptune
Voyager 2 spacecraft false-colour image of the planet Neptune, taken during August 1989, when Voyager passed within 5, 000 km of Neptunes north pole

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Flooded basin on surface of Triton

Flooded basin on surface of Triton
Visible light image of the surface of Triton, the largest of Neptunes moons. This image was made on 25 August 1989 at a distance of 40, 000 km

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Voyager 2 photo of Europa, one of Jupiters moons

Voyager 2 photo of Europa, one of Jupiters moons
Voyager 2 photograph showing surface details of Europa, one of the moons of Jupiter. It is thought that the crust of the moon is water ice 75-100km thick & surrounding a rocky interior

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Voyager 2 photo of Callisto, Jupiters fourth moon

Voyager 2 photo of Callisto, Jupiters fourth moon

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Voyager 1 photo of Saturn & its rings

Voyager 1 photo of Saturn & its rings
Voyager 1 spacecraft photograph of Saturn & its rings, taken on October 5, 1980, from a distance of 51 million kilometres

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Voyager II image of a crescent Neptune

Voyager II image of a crescent Neptune
Voyager 2 image of a crescent Neptune in August 1989. The picture was recorded as the spacecraft sped away on a southward-tending trajectory after its closest approach to the planet during the night

Background imageVoyager Imagery Collection: Great red spot on Jupiter

Great red spot on Jupiter
Voyager 2 image of Great Red Spot and the south equatoril belt


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"Unveiling the Mysteries of the Cosmos: A Glimpse into Voyager Imagery" Embarking on an interstellar odyssey, Voyager 2 captured a mesmerizing image of Neptune, unveiling its enigmatic beauty to humanity. A celestial masterpiece emerged as Voyager I meticulously composed Saturn and six of its moons in a stunning composite, showcasing the grandeur of our neighboring planet. Jupiter's majestic allure was immortalized by Voyager 1 through a captivating photograph that revealed its swirling storms and intricate cloud formations. Saturn, adorned with its ethereal rings, stood proudly before Voyager 1's lens, accompanied by three enchanting moons that added an otherworldly charm to this cosmic portrait. Intricate details came alive as Voyager expertly crafted a mosaic capturing Jupiter and its four Galilean moons R370 / 0003 - a breathtaking testament to the vastness of our universe. Witnessing the dance between Jupiter and its four loyal companions, another composite image unveiled their harmonious existence against the backdrop of infinite space. Voyager 1 ventured further into Saturn's realm, offering us an awe-inspiring glimpse at this gas giant and its magnificent ring system - an unparalleled spectacle that left us spellbound. The volcanic plume of Loki on Io materialized before our eyes thanks to Voyager's extraordinary imagery - revealing nature's raw power etched onto one of Jupiter's intriguing moons. Delving deeper into Jupiter's secrets, atmospheric waves gracefully undulated across this colossal planet’s surface – painting a mesmerizing picture only possible through Voyager’s lens. Saturn once again took center stage as Voyager 1 presented us with an exquisite photograph capturing both this celestial wonder and its resplendent ring system – forever etching it in our collective memory. Jupiter’s iconic Great Red Spot stole the show as seen through Voyagers' keen eye – unraveling one of astronomy’s most enduring mysteries while leaving us in awe of the universe's boundless wonders.