Voyager II Probe Passes Neptune

Voyager II Probe Passes Neptune

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Credit: MARK GARLICK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Voyager spacecraft at Neptune, artwork. Two Voyager spacecraft (Voyager 1 and Voyager 2) were launched in 1977. This timing took advantage of a rare alignment of the giant outer planets Jupiter to Neptune, which made it possible for the spacecraft to visit them in a single mission. The probes successfully beamed images and scientific data back to Earth using their dish. Voyager 2 is currently 110 AU from the Earth one of the most distant man-made objects in space. In this illustration it is seen passing the planet Neptune.

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Keywords: interstellar mission, nasa, neptune, outer solar system, planet, planetary, planetary science, probe, saturn, single, solar system, space, space craft, space probe, spacecraft, spaceflight, unmanned, voyager, voyagers

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