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Voyager  1 & 2

Voyager 1 was launched from the Cape on 5 September 1977 and Voyager 2 on 20 August 1977 onboard a Titan-3E launch vehicle.

The twin Voyager spacecraft were designed to perform close-up observations of the atmospheres, magnetospheres, rings, and satellites of Jupiter and Saturn. The mission was originally designed to make a "Grand Tour" of all five outer planets, but was de-scoped due to funding limitations. However, following its planned encounter with Saturn, Voyager 2's planetary mission was extended, and it was placed on a trajectory to allow flybys of Uranus and Neptune. Additional planetary flybys for Voyager 1 were sacrificed to permit better science observations at Saturn.

The last two spacecraft of NASA's Mariner series, Voyager 1 and 2 were the first in that series to be sent to explore the outer solar system. Preceded by the Pioneer 10 and 11 missions, Voyager 1 and 2 were to make studies of Jupiter and Saturn, their satellites, and their magnetospheres as well as studies of the interplanetary medium. An option designed into the Voyager 2 trajectory, and ultimately exercised, would direct it toward Uranus and Neptune to perform similar studies.

Although launched sixteen days after Voyager 2, Voyager 1's trajectory was a faster path, arriving at Jupiter in March of 1979. Voyager 2 arrived about four months later in July 1979. Both spacecraft were then directed on to Saturn with arrival times in November 1980 (Voyager 1) and August 1981 (Voyager 2). Voyager 2 was then diverted to the remaining gas giants, Uranus (January 1986) and Neptune (August 1989).

Data collected by Voyager 1 and 2 were not confined to the periods surrounding encounters with the outer gas giants, with the various fields and particles experiments and the ultraviolet spectrometer collecting data nearly continuously during the interplanetary cruise phases of the mission. Data collection continues as the renamed Voyager Interstellar Mission searches for the edge of the solar wind's influence (the heliopause) and exits the solar system.

A comprehensive list of the achievements of Voyager 1 and 2 would be so extensive that space doesn't permit. Here, then, are a (very) few results that would rank near the top of many such lists.

* Discovery of the Uranian and Neptunian magnetospheres, both of them highly inclined and offset from the planets' rotational axes, suggesting their sources are significantly different from other magnetospheres.

* The Voyagers found 22 new satellites: 3 at Jupiter, 3 at Saturn, 10 at Uranus, and 6 at Neptune.

* Io was found to have active volcanism, the only solar system body other than the Earth to be so confirmed.

* Triton was found to have active geyser-like structures and an atmosphere.

* Auroral zones were discovered at Jupiter, Saturn, and Neptune.

* At Neptune, originally thought to be too cold to support such atmospheric disturbances, large-scale storms were discovered.

 

 

 

Voyager 2

 

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Titan-Centaur And Voyager 1

10  x  8  Colour NASA Photograph

5 September 1977

Voyager 2 was launched August 20, 1977, sixteen days before Voyager 1 aboard a Titan-Centaur rocket. Their different flight trajectories caused Voyager 2 to arrive at Jupiter four months later than Voyager 1, thus explaining their numbering. The initial mission plan for Voyager 2 specified visits only to Jupiter and Saturn. The plan was augmented in 1981 to include a visit to Uranus, and again in 1985 to include a flyby of Neptune. After completing the tour of the outer planets in 1989, the Voyager spacecraft began exploring interstellar space. The Voyager mission has been managed by NASA's Office of Space Science and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

This fine vintage colour NASA photograph is in very good condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Titan-Centaur And Voyager 1

10  x  8  Black & White NASA Photograph

5 September 1977

Voyager 2 was launched August 20, 1977, sixteen days before Voyager 1 aboard a Titan-Centaur rocket. Their different flight trajectories caused Voyager 2 to arrive at Jupiter four months later than Voyager 1, thus explaining their numbering. The initial mission plan for Voyager 2 specified visits only to Jupiter and Saturn. The plan was augmented in 1981 to include a visit to Uranus, and again in 1985 to include a flyby of Neptune. After completing the tour of the outer planets in 1989, the Voyager spacecraft began exploring interstellar space. The Voyager mission has been managed by NASA's Office of Space Science and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

This fine vintage NASA photograph is in very good condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 1 Jupiter And Its 4 Moon's

10 x 8  Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  79-H-356

March 1979

Jupiter and its four planet-size moons, called Calilean satellites, were photographed in early March 1979 by Voyager 1 and assembled into this wonderful composition. They are not to scale but are in their relative orbital positions, Nine other much smaller satellites circle Jupiter, one inside Io's orbit and the other's are millions of miles from Jupiter. Not visible is Jupiter's faint ring of particles, seen for the first time by Voyager 1.

Io (upper left); Europa (centre); Ganymede and Callisto (lower right).

This very fine vintage NASA colour photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 1 View Of The Earth And Moon

10 x 8  Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  S78-25569

18 September 1977

This photograph of a crescent Earth and Moon, the first of its kind ever taken by a spacecraft, was captured by Voyager 1 on September 18, 1977 from a distance of 7.25 million miles from Earth.

This fine vintage NASA colour photograph is in very good condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 1 Jupiter 34 Million Miles Out

10 x 8  Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  S79-27546

9 January 1979

A wonderful colour photo of Jupiter taken by Voyager 1's television camera on January 9, 1979 when the spacecraft was some 34 million miles from the giant planet. Voyager's cameras have already revealed details within Jupiter's large spot that aren't visible from Earth. With an atmospheric system larger than the Earth's and  is more than 300 years old, the great spot remains a mystery and a challenge to Voyager's instruments. 

This very fine vintage NASA colour photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 1 Jupiter 25 Million Miles Out

10 x 8  Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  S-79-27549

9 January 1979

Voyager 1 took this photo of the planet Jupiter on Jan. 24, while still more than 25 million miles away. As the spacecraft draws closer to the planet, about 1 million kilometres a day,  more details are emerging in the turbulent clouds. The Great Red Spot shows prominently below centre, surrounded by what scientists call a remarkably complex region of the giant planet's atmosphere. Ganymede, Jupiter's largest satellite, can be seen to the upper right of the planet.

Note: this photo was printed upside down.

This very fine vintage NASA colour photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 1 View Of Jupiter And Io

10 x 8  Vintage NASA B/W Glossy Photograph

NASA  NO.  S-79-28877

5 February 1979

This photograph of Jupiter and Io was taken by Voyager 1 on February 5, 1979 from a distance of 17.5 million miles from the giant planet.

This fine vintage NASA glossy photograph is in very good condition. VG+

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 1 First Views Of Saturn

10 x 8  Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  S-79-35937

April 1979

Voyager 1 took this fine photo of the ringed planet during its long voyage of discovery within out solar system. Just close enough as to recognize the giant ringed planet.

This very fine vintage NASA colour photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 1 First Views Of Saturn #2

10 x 8  Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  S-79-36125

April 1979

Voyager 1 took this fine photo of the ringed planet during its long voyage of discovery within out solar system. Just close enough as to recognize the giant ringed planet. At this angle the rings seem like canals around the equator.

This very fine vintage NASA colour photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 1 View Of Saturn And Its Moons

10 x 8  Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  S80-40341

17 September 1980

Voyager 1 took this outstanding photograph on September 17, 1980 when it was 47 million miles and eight weeks away from its November 12th encounter with the giant ringed planet. Five of Saturn's Moons were captured in this photo. Saturn's largest Moon, Titan is clearly seen in the upper right. Dion and Tethys are in the upper left with Minas Enceladus appear in the lower right of the planet.

Voyager 1 will fly past Saturn at a distance of 77,176 miles on November 12, 1980. This photos is one of a series that began August 24th and more than 17,000 photos that will be taken of Saturn and its satellites by Voyager 1. 

This very fine vintage NASA colour photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 1 View Of Sun Earth And Venus

10 x 8  Vintage NASA B/W Glossy Photograph

NASA  NO.  S90-41341

14 February 1990

This image of the Sun, Earth and Venus was taken by the Voyager 1 Spacecraft on February 14, 1990, when it was approximately 32 degrees above the plane of the ecliptic and at a slant-range distance of around 4 billion miles. This is the very first time, and may be the only time, that we will ever see our solar system from such a vantage point.

A full page of details is given on the back of this fine photograph in NASA's familiar purple text.

This fine vintage NASA glossy photograph is in very good condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Voyager 2

 

 

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Titan-Centaur-7 And Voyager 2 Lift Off

10  x  8  Black & White NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  101-KSC-77P-212

20 August 1977

The Titan/Centaur-7 lifts off from Complex 41 at the Cape at 10:29 a.m. to send the 1,800 pound Voyager-2 Spacecraft on its odyssey through the outer planets.

This fine vintage NASA photograph is in very good condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 Saturn Fly By

10 x 8  Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  S81-34847

28 June 1981

Voyager 2 took this excellent colour photograph of Saturn and two of is satellites on 28 June 1981. At the time it was 35 million miles and still 59 days from its August 25th closest encounter date. The satellites Mimas is seen upper left and Dione is at lower right.

This very fine vintage NASA colour photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 View Of Ganymede

10 x 8 Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  79-H-275

2 July 1979

A outstanding view of Ganymede as photographed by Voyager 2 on July 2, 1979 from a distance of 4 million miles out. As almost the whole satellite was captured in the frame, the photo clearly illustrates the light, bluish regions near the North and South Poles.

This very fine vintage NASA colour photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 Jupiter's Great Red Spot

10 x 8 Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  79-H-518

6 July 1979

This narrow angle image taken by Voyager 2 was take from 2.6 million kilometres from Jupiter. A wonderful mosaic of the Great Red Spot.

This very fine vintage NASA colour photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 View Of Callisto

10 x 8 Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  79-H-274

7 July 1979

This colour photograph of Callisto was taken by the Voyager 2 spacecraft on 7 July 1979 at a range of 477,000 miles out.

This very fine vintage NASA colour photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 View Of Europe

10 x 8 Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  79-H-396

9 July 1979

This colour photograph of Europe, smallest of Jupiter's four Calilean satellites, was acquired by Voyager 2 on July 9, 1979, from a range of 150,600 miles out. Europe is the brightest of its satellites with a density slightly less than Io. suggesting it has a substantial quantity of water. The complex array of streaks indicate that the crust has been fractured and filled by materials from the interior. The lack of relief, any visible mountains or craters, on its bright limb is consistent with a thick ice crust.

This very fine vintage NASA colour photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 View Of Europe  #2

10 x 8 Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  79-H-392

9 July 1979

This colour photograph of Europe, smallest of Jupiter's four Calilean satellites, was acquired by Voyager 2 on July 9, 1979, from a range of 150,600 miles out. Europe is the brightest of its satellites with a density slightly less than Io. suggesting it has a substantial quantity of water. The complex array of streaks indicate that the crust has been fractured and filled by materials from the interior. The lack of relief, any visible mountains or craters, on its bright limb is consistent with a thick ice crust.

This very fine vintage NASA colour photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 View Of Io

10 x 8  Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  79-H-516

9 July 1979

Voyager 2 took this colour photograph of Io on 9 July 1979 from a range of 1.2 million kilometres. On the limb of Io are two blue volcanic eruption plumes about 100 kilometres high. This photo is one of a series taken to monitor the eruptions over a 6 hour period.

This very fine vintage NASA colour photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 View Of Jupiter's Rings

10 x 8  Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  S-79-35090

13 July 1979

Jupiter's faint ring system is shown in this colour composite as two light orange lines protruding from the right toward Jupiter's limb. This photo was taken in Jupiter's shadow and its bright limb is evidence of the spacecraft's motion during this long exposure.

This very fine vintage NASA colour photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 Saturn And Three Moons

10 x 8  Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

4 August 1981

A wonderful view of Saturn and its three moons. Tethys, Dione and Rhea as taken by Voyager 2 when it was 13 million miles from the ringed planet.

This very fine vintage NASA colour photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 Saturn's Ring System

10 x 8 Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  S81-36523

11 August 1981

Voyager 2 returned this view of Saturn and its ring system when the spacecraft was 13.9 million kilometres away and approaching the large, gaseous planet at about l million km. a day. The ring system's shadow is clearly cast in the equatorial region. Storm clouds and small- scale spots in the mid-latitudes are apparent. The so-called “ribbonlike” feature in the white cloud band marks a high-speed jet at about 47 north; there, the westerly wind speeds are about 150 meters-per-second (330 mph). The banding on this large, gaseous planet extends toward both poles.

This very fine vintage NASA colour photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 Saturn Rings Colour Variations

10 x 8 Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  S81-36530

17 August 1981

Variations in chemical composition from one part of Saturn's ring system to another are visible in this Voyager 2 picture as subtle colour variations that can be recorded with special computer-processing techniques. This highly enhanced colour view was assembled from clear, orange and ultraviolet frames obtained Aug. 17 from a distance of 8.9 million kilometres.

This very fine vintage colour NASA photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Saturn Rings Colour Variations #2

10 x 8 Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

Same NASA Photo as above but without the NASA logo and number on the border.

NASA  NO.  S81-36530

17 August 1981

Variations in chemical composition from one part of Saturn's ring system to another are visible in this Voyager 2 picture as subtle colour variations that can be recorded with special computer-processing techniques. This highly enhanced colour view was assembled from clear, orange and ultraviolet frames obtained Aug. 17 from a distance of 8.9 million kilometres.

This very fine vintage colour NASA photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Saturn Rings Colour Variations #3

10 x 8 Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

Same NASA Photo as above but without the NASA logo and number on the border.

NASA  NO.  S81-36531

17 August 1981

Variations in chemical composition from one part of Saturn's ring system to another are visible in this Voyager 2 picture as subtle colour variations that can be recorded with special computer-processing techniques. This highly enhanced colour view was assembled from clear, orange and ultraviolet frames obtained Aug. 17 from a distance of 8.9 million kilometres.

This very fine vintage colour NASA photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 Close Up View Of Saturn

10 x 8 Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  S81-36533

19 August 1979

A Voyager 2 close up view of Saturn's northern hemisphere from a distance of 7.1 million kilometres.

This very fine vintage colour NASA photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 Close Up View Of Saturn  #2

10 x 8 Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  S81-36535

19 August 1979

A Voyager 2 close up view of Saturn's northern hemisphere from a distance of 7.1 million kilometres.

This very fine vintage colour NASA photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 Close Up View Of Saturn  #3

10 x 8 Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  S81-36536

19 August 1979

A Voyager 2 close up view of Saturn's northern hemisphere from a distance of 7.1 million kilometres.

This very fine vintage colour NASA photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 Saturn's Complex Ring System

10 x 8 Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

29 August 1981

This was one of the first pictures obtained once Voyager 2 resumed returning images after its scan platform was commanded to view Saturn. Problems with the platform, on which Voyager's cameras and other instruments are mounted, had prevented the return of images for a few days. This view shows some detail and differences in the complex system of rings. The "reddening" of the B ring on the unlit side also was seen in Voyager 1 images. Voyager 2 obtained this picture from a range 3.4 million kilometres through its cameras clear, green and violet filters.

This very fine vintage colour NASA photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 Saturn Close Up

10 x 8  Vintage NASA Colour Photograph

NASA  NO.  S81-36544

August 1981

Close up view of Saturn and its ring system as photographed from Voyager 2.

This fine vintage NASA colour photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vintage Official NASA Lithographs

All of the below NASA lithographs have very detailed  description on the back

 

 

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Voyager Project Manager John Casani

8.5 x 11 Vintage NASA Glossy Lithograph

NASA  NO.  P-19403

1977

John Casani displays the "Sounds of Earth" recording before its installation on Voyager spacecraft. Identical 12-inch gold-plated copper discs were affixed to both space probes, Voyager 1 and 2. These contain greetings in 60 languages with samples of music and natural sounds of the Earth's natural world.

This fine vintage colour glossy NASA lithograph is in good to very good condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 1 Mating

8.5 x 11 Vintage NASA Glossy Lithograph

NASA  NO.  373-7537 Ac

August 1977

The Voyager Spacecraft, encapsulated in a Centaur Standard Shroud, is hoisted up the gantry to be mated with it 11-story high Titan-Centaur launch Vehicle at the Cape.

This fine vintage colour glossy NASA lithograph is in good to very good condition.

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager Titan Centaur Rocket

8.5 x 11 Vintage NASA Glossy Lithograph

NASA  NO.  373-7507 Ac

August 1977

Voyagers Titan Centaur launch vehicle stand ready for launch at the Cape.

This fine vintage colour glossy NASA lithograph is in fair condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 Lift Off

8.5 x 11 Vintage NASA Glossy Lithograph

NASA  NO.  P-19450BC

20 August 1977

The Titan-Centaur launch vehicle lofts the Voyager 2 spacecraft toward its rendezvous with Jupiter, Saturn and beyond.

This fine vintage colour glossy NASA lithograph is in good to very good condition.

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 1 Jupiter And Its 4 Moon's

8.5 x 11 Vintage NASA Lithograph

NASA  NO.  P-21828

March 1979

Jupiter and its four planet-size moons, called Calilean satellites, were photographed in early March 1979 by Voyager 1 and assembled into this wonderful composition. They are not to scale but are in their relative orbital positions, Nine other much smaller satellites circle Jupiter, one inside Io's orbit and the other's are millions of miles from Jupiter. Not visible is Jupiter's faint ring of particles, seen for the first time by Voyager 1.

Io (upper left); Europa (centre); Ganymede and Callisto (lower right).

This very fine vintage colour NASA lithograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 1 Saturnian Montage

8.5 x 11 Vintage NASA Lithograph

NASA  NO.  P-23209

November 1980

This wonderful composition was assembled from images taken by Voyager 1 during its Saturn encounter in November 1980.

In the upper left is Rhea with Enceladus below, just above Dione. Ringed Saturn is behind Dione; Tethys and Mimas, with its large impact crater, are seen to the lower right. Perpetually cloud-covered Titan, the largest of Saturn's moons, is at the upper right.

This very fine vintage colour NASA lithograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 Uranus & Its Satellites

8.5 x 11 Vintage NASA Lithograph

NASA  NO.  P-31143

November 1980

Another fantastic montage of Uranus and its five satellites assembled from photos taken by Voyager 2 during its January 1986 flyby.

Uranus is seen in the centre as a uniformly blue globe, much as it would appear to the eyes of a passenger aboard the spacecraft. The satellites, from largest to smallest as they appear here (but not in their actual relative sizes), are Ariel, Miranda, Titania, Oberon and Umbriel.

This very fine vintage colour NASA lithograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager Neptune And Triton

8.5 x 11 Vintage NASA Lithograph

NASA  NO.  P-35131

This wonderful montage shows the last two of over 60 planetary objects that the Voyager spacecrafts observed and photographed during their deep space missions, Neptune and Triton.

This very fine vintage colour NASA lithograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 1 View Of Jupiter

8.5 x 11 Vintage NASA Glossy Lithograph

NASA  NO.  P-21182

1 March 1979

This photo of Jupiter was taken by Voyager 1 at a distance of 5 million kilometres. The photo shows Jupiter's Great Red Spot and the turbulent region immediately to the west.

This fine vintage colour glossy NASA lithograph is in very good condition.

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 1 View Of Jupiter's Satellites

8.5 x 11 Vintage NASA Glossy Lithograph

NASA  NO.  P-21195

1 - 3  March 1979

These photos of the four large Galilean satellites of Jupiter was taken by Voyager 1. The satellites are shown at their correct relative sizes to each other.

This fine vintage colour glossy NASA lithograph is in very good condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 1 View Of Callisto

8.5 x 11 Vintage NASA Glossy Lithograph

NASA  NO.  P-21287

6  March 1979

This photo of Callisto was taken from a distance of about 350,000 kilometres by Voyager 1.

This fine vintage colour glossy NASA lithograph is in very good condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 1 View Of Amalthea

8.5 x 11 Vintage NASA Glossy Lithograph

NASA  NO.  P-21223

4 March 1979

This photo of tiny Amalthea was taken from a distance of about 420,000 kilometres by Voyager 1.

This fine vintage colour glossy NASA lithograph is in very good condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 View Of Europa

8.5 x 11 Vintage NASA Glossy Lithograph

NASA  NO.  P-21752

8 July 1979

This photo of Europa, the smallest Galilean satellite, was taken from a range of about 1.2 million kilometres by Voyager 2.

This fine vintage colour glossy NASA lithograph is in very good condition.

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 View Of Ganymede

8.5 x 11 Vintage NASA Glossy Lithograph

NASA  NO.  P-21762

10 July 1979

A very surreal close up photo of Ganymede taken by the Voyager 2 spacecraft.

This fine vintage colour glossy NASA lithograph is in very good condition.

 

 

 

 

 

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Voyager 2 View Of Saturn

8.5 x 11 Vintage NASA Glossy Lithograph

NASA  NO.  P-23915

19 August 1979

A Voyager 2 close up view of Saturn's northern hemisphere from a distance of 7.1 million kilometres.

This fine vintage colour glossy NASA lithograph is in very good condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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