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Voyager: Humanity's Farthest Explorer

Voyager: Humanity's Farthest Explorer
On Valentines day 1990 the Voyager 1 probe turned back and photographed the Earth. Our entire planet, our entire existence, was but a single pixel. This video shows the life and future of the Voyager probes.


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Posted by nova on April 28, 2011
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