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NASA's twin Voyager spacecraft launched in August and September 1977. Aboard each spacecraft is a golden record, a collection of sights, sou...

"Voyager has boldly gone where no probe has gone before, marking one of the most significant technological achievements in the annals of the history of science, and as it enters interstellar space, it adds a new chapter in human scientific dreams and endeavors," NASA science chief John Grunsfeld said in a statement.

Reflections on the Pale Blue Dot ~ on February 14, 1990 the Voyager spacecraft looked back upon the earth and captured an image that shows how tiny and fragile our planet really is.

from Slate Magazine

15 Facts About Our Planet for Earth Day

The Earth, a pale blue dot, seen from over 6 billion km away by the Voyager 1 spacecraft. From that distance, it was far less than a single pixel wide

Hubble Peers at a Cosmic Optical Illusion. The irregular dwarf galaxy PGC 16389 — seen here as a cloud of stars — covers its neighboring galaxy APMBGC 252+125-117.

from MNN - Mother Nature Network

10 of the most memorable space photos

Earthrise- NASA photo The most-nominated photo was without a doubt "Earthrise," the first picture taken of planet Earth by people orbiting the moon. This shot was captured by Apollo 8 astronaut Bill Anders on Dec. 24, 1968, as his spacecraft became the first to fly around the moon.