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Saturn's rings and moons, Voyager 1 timelapse

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Voyager 1 timelapse film of the rings and small moons of Saturn. Voyager 1 was launched on 5th September 1977, and arrived at Saturn in early November 1980. It sent the first high resolution images of the planet, after Pioneer 11's low resolution pass the previous year. It measured the rotation of Saturn at 10 hours, 39 minutes and 24 seconds. Voyager 1 also visited Saturn's largest moon Titan. Voyager 1 is still in operation, and is the most distant artificial object from Earth as of 2021.

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