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Voyager: The Interstellar Mission

This comprehensive resource dives into the developmental and executed plans of the Voyage program and features the evidence identified through the missions.
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On November 13, 1980, the U.S. spacecraft Voyager 1 transmitted its first close-up images of Saturn. The Voyager project began in 1977. NASA scientists wanted to explore Jupiter and Saturn. Since 1977, Voyager 1 and 2 have recorded and allowed extended, detailed study of the large planets and the Voyager Interstellar Mission is to detail the farthest part of the sun and beyond. This comprehensive resource dives into the developmental and executed plans of the Voyage program and features the evidence identified through the missions. Find timelines, fact sheets, videos and articles on the Voyagers and locate them today. Interactive programs are available to explore the spacecrafts and their discoveries.

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