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NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft flew by Triton, a moon of Neptune, on August 25, 1989. This frame from a video using Voyager data recreates that exciting encounter.
NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft flew by Triton, a moon of Neptune, on August 25, 1989. This frame from a video using Voyager data recreates that exciting encounter.

Triton Video

NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft flew by Triton, a moon of Neptune, on August 25, 1989. This frame from a video using Voyager data recreates that exciting encounter.

Target: Triton
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA18669
Added: 2014-08-21

Views: 7262

Triton Video

NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft flew by Triton, a moon of Neptune, on August 25, 1989. This frame from a video using Voyager data recreates that exciting encounter.

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NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft flew by Triton, a moon of Neptune, in the summer of 1989. Dr. Paul Schenk, a scientist at the Lunar and Planetary Institute in Houston, used Voyager data to construct the best-ever global color map of Triton.
NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft flew by Triton, a moon of Neptune, in the summer of 1989. Dr. Paul Schenk, a scientist at the Lunar and Planetary Institute in Houston, used Voyager data to construct the best-ever global color map of Triton.

Map of Triton

NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft flew by Triton, a moon of Neptune, in the summer of 1989. Dr. Paul Schenk, a scientist at the Lunar and Planetary Institute in Houston, used Voyager data to construct the best-ever global color map of Triton.

Target: Triton
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA18668
Added: 2014-08-21

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Map of Triton

NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft flew by Triton, a moon of Neptune, in the summer of 1989. Dr. Paul Schenk, a scientist at the Lunar and Planetary Institute in Houston, used Voyager data to construct the best-ever global color map of Triton.

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Cracks, canyons, craters, and streaks are seen in this image of Saturn's icy moon, Dione, taken from Voyager 2 on August 3, 2005.
Cracks, canyons, craters, and streaks are seen in this image of Saturn's icy moon, Dione, taken from Voyager 2 on August 3, 2005.

Dione as seen by Voyager 2

Cracks, canyons, craters, and streaks are seen in this image of Saturn's icy moon, Dione, taken from Voyager 2 on August 3, 2005.

Target: Dione
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA18183
Added: 2005-08-03

Views: 1641

Dione as seen by Voyager 2

Cracks, canyons, craters, and streaks are seen in this image of Saturn's icy moon, Dione, taken from Voyager 2 on August 3, 2005.

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This color picture of Io, Jupiter's innermost Galilean satellite, was taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on the morning of March 5, 1979 at a range of 128,500 kilometers (77,100 miles).
This color picture of Io, Jupiter's innermost Galilean satellite, was taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on the morning of March 5, 1979 at a range of 128,500 kilometers (77,100 miles).

Io Surface Deposits and Volcano

This color picture of Io, Jupiter's innermost Galilean satellite, was taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on the morning of March 5, 1979 at a range of 128,500 kilometers (77,100 miles).

Target: Io
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 1
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA00361
Added: 1999-08-30

Views: 14

Io Surface Deposits and Volcano

This color picture of Io, Jupiter's innermost Galilean satellite, was taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on the morning of March 5, 1979 at a range of 128,500 kilometers (77,100 miles).

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Several craters are seen on the surface of 1985U1, one of several small moons of Uranus discovered by NASA's Voyager 2. The spacecraft acquired this single image, the only 

close-up it obtained of any of the new moons, on Jan. 24, 1986.
Several craters are seen on the surface of 1985U1, one of several small moons of Uranus discovered by NASA's Voyager 2. The spacecraft acquired this single image, the only 

close-up it obtained of any of the new moons, on Jan. 24, 1986.

Uranus Moon - 1985U1

Several craters are seen on the surface of 1985U1, one of several small moons of Uranus discovered by NASA's Voyager 2. The spacecraft acquired this single image, the only 

close-up it obtained of any of the new moons, on Jan. 24, 1986.

Target: HASH(0x9ded054)
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01357
Added: 1999-06-21

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Uranus Moon - 1985U1

Several craters are seen on the surface of 1985U1, one of several small moons of Uranus discovered by NASA's Voyager 2. The spacecraft acquired this single image, the only close-up it obtained of any of the new moons, on Jan. 24, 1986.

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This picture was taken on March 4, 1979 at 2:30 A.M. PST by NASA's Voyager 1 from a distance of 2.6 million kilometers (1.6 million miles). Ganymede is Jupiter's largest satellite with a radius of about 2600 kilometers, about 1.5 times that of our Moon.
This picture was taken on March 4, 1979 at 2:30 A.M. PST by NASA's Voyager 1 from a distance of 2.6 million kilometers (1.6 million miles). Ganymede is Jupiter's largest satellite with a radius of about 2600 kilometers, about 1.5 times that of our Moon.

Ganymede Full Disk

This picture was taken on March 4, 1979 at 2:30 A.M. PST by NASA's Voyager 1 from a distance of 2.6 million kilometers (1.6 million miles). Ganymede is Jupiter's largest satellite with a radius of about 2600 kilometers, about 1.5 times that of our Moon.

Target: Ganymede
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 1
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA00353
Added: 1999-03-15

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Ganymede Full Disk

This picture was taken on March 4, 1979 at 2:30 A.M. PST by NASA's Voyager 1 from a distance of 2.6 million kilometers (1.6 million miles). Ganymede is Jupiter's largest satellite with a radius of about 2600 kilometers, about 1.5 times that of our Moon.

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This color photo of Jupiter's satellite Callisto was made from three black-and-white images taken by NASA's Voyager March 5, 1979 from a distance of 746,000 miles (1.2 million kilometers).
This color photo of Jupiter's satellite Callisto was made from three black-and-white images taken by NASA's Voyager March 5, 1979 from a distance of 746,000 miles (1.2 million kilometers).

Callisto's Icy Surface

This color photo of Jupiter's satellite Callisto was made from three black-and-white images taken by NASA's Voyager March 5, 1979 from a distance of 746,000 miles (1.2 million kilometers).

Target: Callisto
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 1
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA00362
Added: 1999-03-06

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Callisto's Icy Surface

This color photo of Jupiter's satellite Callisto was made from three black-and-white images taken by NASA's Voyager March 5, 1979 from a distance of 746,000 miles (1.2 million kilometers).

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NASA's Voyager captured this color picture of Ganymede in the region 30 S 180 W shows features as small as 6 kilometers (3.7 miles) across.
NASA's Voyager captured this color picture of Ganymede in the region 30 S 180 W shows features as small as 6 kilometers (3.7 miles) across.

Bright Halo Impact Crater on Ganymede

NASA's Voyager captured this color picture of Ganymede in the region 30 S 180 W shows features as small as 6 kilometers (3.7 miles) across.

Target: Ganymede
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA00357
Added: 1999-02-06

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Bright Halo Impact Crater on Ganymede

NASA's Voyager captured this color picture of Ganymede in the region 30 S 180 W shows features as small as 6 kilometers (3.7 miles) across.

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This color reconstruction of part of the northern hemisphere of Ganymede was made from pictures taken by NASA's Voyager at a range of 313,000 kilometers (194,000 miles).
This color reconstruction of part of the northern hemisphere of Ganymede was made from pictures taken by NASA's Voyager at a range of 313,000 kilometers (194,000 miles).

Ganymede's Northern Hemisphere

This color reconstruction of part of the northern hemisphere of Ganymede was made from pictures taken by NASA's Voyager at a range of 313,000 kilometers (194,000 miles).

Target: Ganymede
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA00356
Added: 1999-02-06

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Ganymede's Northern Hemisphere

This color reconstruction of part of the northern hemisphere of Ganymede was made from pictures taken by NASA's Voyager at a range of 313,000 kilometers (194,000 miles).

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NASA's Voyager 2 took this high-resolution image of Saturn's F-ring Aug. 26, 1980 from a distance of 51,500 kilometers (32,000 miles). This closeup view shows that the ring is made up of at least four distinct components.
NASA's Voyager 2 took this high-resolution image of Saturn's F-ring Aug. 26, 1980 from a distance of 51,500 kilometers (32,000 miles). This closeup view shows that the ring is made up of at least four distinct components.

Image of Saturn's F-ring

NASA's Voyager 2 took this high-resolution image of Saturn's F-ring Aug. 26, 1980 from a distance of 51,500 kilometers (32,000 miles). This closeup view shows that the ring is made up of at least four distinct components.

Target: S Rings
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01387
Added: 1999-01-06

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Image of Saturn's F-ring

NASA's Voyager 2 took this high-resolution image of Saturn's F-ring Aug. 26, 1980 from a distance of 51,500 kilometers (32,000 miles). This closeup view shows that the ring is made up of at least four distinct components.

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This series of pictures from NASA's Voyager 2 of Tethys shows its distinctive large crater as it rotates toward the termination and limb of this satellite of Saturn. These images were obtained at four-hour intervals beginning late Aug. 24, 1980.
This series of pictures from NASA's Voyager 2 of Tethys shows its distinctive large crater as it rotates toward the termination and limb of this satellite of Saturn. These images were obtained at four-hour intervals beginning late Aug. 24, 1980.

Pictures of Tethys' Large Crater

This series of pictures from NASA's Voyager 2 of Tethys shows its distinctive large crater as it rotates toward the termination and limb of this satellite of Saturn. These images were obtained at four-hour intervals beginning late Aug. 24, 1980.

Target: Tethys
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01385
Added: 1999-01-06

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Pictures of Tethys' Large Crater

This series of pictures from NASA's Voyager 2 of Tethys shows its distinctive large crater as it rotates toward the termination and limb of this satellite of Saturn. These images were obtained at four-hour intervals beginning late Aug. 24, 1980.

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NASA's Voyager 2 obtained these as yet highest-resolution view of Tethys on August 26, 1980, when the spacecraft was 120,000 kilometers (74,500 miles) from this satellite of Saturn.
NASA's Voyager 2 obtained these as yet highest-resolution view of Tethys on August 26, 1980, when the spacecraft was 120,000 kilometers (74,500 miles) from this satellite of Saturn.

High Resolution View of Tethys

NASA's Voyager 2 obtained these as yet highest-resolution view of Tethys on August 26, 1980, when the spacecraft was 120,000 kilometers (74,500 miles) from this satellite of Saturn.

Target: Tethys
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01386
Added: 1999-01-04

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High Resolution View of Tethys

NASA's Voyager 2 obtained these as yet highest-resolution view of Tethys on August 26, 1980, when the spacecraft was 120,000 kilometers (74,500 miles) from this satellite of Saturn.

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This high-resolution image of Enceladus was made from several images obtained Aug. 25, 1981, by NASA's Voyager 2 from a range of 119,000 kilometers (74,000 miles).
This high-resolution image of Enceladus was made from several images obtained Aug. 25, 1981, by NASA's Voyager 2 from a range of 119,000 kilometers (74,000 miles).

The Saturnian Moon Enceladus

This high-resolution image of Enceladus was made from several images obtained Aug. 25, 1981, by NASA's Voyager 2 from a range of 119,000 kilometers (74,000 miles).

Target: Enceladus
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01367
Added: 1998-12-05

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The Saturnian Moon Enceladus

This high-resolution image of Enceladus was made from several images obtained Aug. 25, 1981, by NASA's Voyager 2 from a range of 119,000 kilometers (74,000 miles).

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This comparison shows Saturn’s north temperate region as viewed Nov. 5, 1980, by Voyager 1, and Aug. 21 by its sister craft, Voyager 2, from a range of 3.1 million miles. A gigantic storm system in the planet’s atmosphere is featured.
This comparison shows Saturn’s north temperate region as viewed Nov. 5, 1980, by Voyager 1, and Aug. 21 by its sister craft, Voyager 2, from a range of 3.1 million miles. A gigantic storm system in the planet’s atmosphere is featured.

Saturn's North Temperate Region

This comparison shows Saturn’s north temperate region as viewed Nov. 5, 1980, by Voyager 1, and Aug. 21 by its sister craft, Voyager 2, from a range of 3.1 million miles. A gigantic storm system in the planet’s atmosphere is featured.

Target: Saturn
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 1
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01375
Added: 1998-12-05

Views: 5

Saturn's North Temperate Region

This comparison shows Saturn’s north temperate region as viewed Nov. 5, 1980, by Voyager 1, and Aug. 21 by its sister craft, Voyager 2, from a range of 3.1 million miles. A gigantic storm system in the planet’s atmosphere is featured.

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Saturn and its satellites Tethys (outer left), Enceladus (inner left) and Mimas (right of rings) are seen in this mosaic of images taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on Oct. 30, 1980 from a distance of 18 million kilometers (11 million miles).
Saturn and its satellites Tethys (outer left), Enceladus (inner left) and Mimas (right of rings) are seen in this mosaic of images taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on Oct. 30, 1980 from a distance of 18 million kilometers (11 million miles).

Saturn and its Satellites Tethys, Enceladus and Mimas

Saturn and its satellites Tethys (outer left), Enceladus (inner left) and Mimas (right of rings) are seen in this mosaic of images taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on Oct. 30, 1980 from a distance of 18 million kilometers (11 million miles).

Target: Saturn
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 1
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01383
Added: 1998-12-05

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Saturn and its Satellites Tethys, Enceladus and Mimas

Saturn and its satellites Tethys (outer left), Enceladus (inner left) and Mimas (right of rings) are seen in this mosaic of images taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on Oct. 30, 1980 from a distance of 18 million kilometers (11 million miles).

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This image was obtained on June 29, 1979, when Voyager 2 was 9.3 million kilometers (5.6 million miles) from the planet. The broad, orange band extending across the lower half of the picture is the equatorial region of the planet.
This image was obtained on June 29, 1979, when Voyager 2 was 9.3 million kilometers (5.6 million miles) from the planet. The broad, orange band extending across the lower half of the picture is the equatorial region of the planet.

Jupiter from Voyager 2

This image was obtained on June 29, 1979, when Voyager 2 was 9.3 million kilometers (5.6 million miles) from the planet. The broad, orange band extending across the lower half of the picture is the equatorial region of the planet.

Target: Jupiter
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01369
Added: 1998-12-05

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Jupiter from Voyager 2

This image was obtained on June 29, 1979, when Voyager 2 was 9.3 million kilometers (5.6 million miles) from the planet. The broad, orange band extending across the lower half of the picture is the equatorial region of the planet.

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This color composite made from NASA's Voyager 2 shows the Great Red Spot during the late Jovian afternoon. North of the Red Spot lies a curious darker section of the South Equatorial Belt (SEB), the belt in which the Red Spot is located.
This color composite made from NASA's Voyager 2 shows the Great Red Spot during the late Jovian afternoon. North of the Red Spot lies a curious darker section of the South Equatorial Belt (SEB), the belt in which the Red Spot is located.

Jupiter's Great Red Spot

This color composite made from NASA's Voyager 2 shows the Great Red Spot during the late Jovian afternoon. North of the Red Spot lies a curious darker section of the South Equatorial Belt (SEB), the belt in which the Red Spot is located.

Target: Jupiter
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01370
Added: 1998-12-05

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Jupiter's Great Red Spot

This color composite made from NASA's Voyager 2 shows the Great Red Spot during the late Jovian afternoon. North of the Red Spot lies a curious darker section of the South Equatorial Belt (SEB), the belt in which the Red Spot is located.

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This picture shows a special color reconstruction of one of the erupting volcanos on Io discovered by NASA's Voyager 1 during its encounter with Jupiter on the 4th and 5th of March, 1979.
This picture shows a special color reconstruction of one of the erupting volcanos on Io discovered by NASA's Voyager 1 during its encounter with Jupiter on the 4th and 5th of March, 1979.

Jupiter's Moon Io

This picture shows a special color reconstruction of one of the erupting volcanos on Io discovered by NASA's Voyager 1 during its encounter with Jupiter on the 4th and 5th of March, 1979.

Target: Io
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 1
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01368
Added: 1998-12-05

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Jupiter's Moon Io

This picture shows a special color reconstruction of one of the erupting volcanos on Io discovered by NASA's Voyager 1 during its encounter with Jupiter on the 4th and 5th of March, 1979.

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NASA's Voyager 2 obtained this picture of Saturn's F-ring on Aug. 26, 1980, just before the spacecraft crossed the planet's ring plane. This edge-on view shows nearly 25` of the F-ring, with at least four distinct components visible.
NASA's Voyager 2 obtained this picture of Saturn's F-ring on Aug. 26, 1980, just before the spacecraft crossed the planet's ring plane. This edge-on view shows nearly 25` of the F-ring, with at least four distinct components visible.

A View of Saturn's F-ring

NASA's Voyager 2 obtained this picture of Saturn's F-ring on Aug. 26, 1980, just before the spacecraft crossed the planet's ring plane. This edge-on view shows nearly 25` of the F-ring, with at least four distinct components visible.

Target: S Rings
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01382
Added: 1998-11-16

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A View of Saturn's F-ring

NASA's Voyager 2 obtained this picture of Saturn's F-ring on Aug. 26, 1980, just before the spacecraft crossed the planet's ring plane. This edge-on view shows nearly 25` of the F-ring, with at least four distinct components visible.

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NASA's Voyager 2 discovered a 'kinky' ringlet inside the Encke Gap in Saturn's A-ring. These pictures show the thin ringlet at two different positions, photographed Aug. 25, 1980.
NASA's Voyager 2 discovered a 'kinky' ringlet inside the Encke Gap in Saturn's A-ring. These pictures show the thin ringlet at two different positions, photographed Aug. 25, 1980.

Thin Ringlet of Saturn's A-ring

NASA's Voyager 2 discovered a 'kinky' ringlet inside the Encke Gap in Saturn's A-ring. These pictures show the thin ringlet at two different positions, photographed Aug. 25, 1980.

Target: S Rings
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01381
Added: 1998-11-16

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Thin Ringlet of Saturn's A-ring

NASA's Voyager 2 discovered a 'kinky' ringlet inside the Encke Gap in Saturn's A-ring. These pictures show the thin ringlet at two different positions, photographed Aug. 25, 1980.

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This photograph captured by NASA's Voyager 2 photograph of the lit face of Saturn's B-ring was obtained Aug. 25, 1980. It shows the ring structure broken up into about 10 times more ringlets than had been previously suspected.
This photograph captured by NASA's Voyager 2 photograph of the lit face of Saturn's B-ring was obtained Aug. 25, 1980. It shows the ring structure broken up into about 10 times more ringlets than had been previously suspected.

A View of Saturn's B-ring

This photograph captured by NASA's Voyager 2 photograph of the lit face of Saturn's B-ring was obtained Aug. 25, 1980. It shows the ring structure broken up into about 10 times more ringlets than had been previously suspected.

Target: S Rings
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01380
Added: 1998-11-16

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A View of Saturn's B-ring

This photograph captured by NASA's Voyager 2 photograph of the lit face of Saturn's B-ring was obtained Aug. 25, 1980. It shows the ring structure broken up into about 10 times more ringlets than had been previously suspected.

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The extensive ribbonlike cloud structure in Saturn's atmosphere is visible in this image from NASA's Voyager 2, obtained Aug. 23, 1980 from a range of 2.5 million kilometers (1.6 million miles).
The extensive ribbonlike cloud structure in Saturn's atmosphere is visible in this image from NASA's Voyager 2, obtained Aug. 23, 1980 from a range of 2.5 million kilometers (1.6 million miles).

Saturn's Ribbonlike Cloud Structure

The extensive ribbonlike cloud structure in Saturn's atmosphere is visible in this image from NASA's Voyager 2, obtained Aug. 23, 1980 from a range of 2.5 million kilometers (1.6 million miles).

Target: Saturn
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01378
Added: 1998-11-12

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Saturn's Ribbonlike Cloud Structure

The extensive ribbonlike cloud structure in Saturn's atmosphere is visible in this image from NASA's Voyager 2, obtained Aug. 23, 1980 from a range of 2.5 million kilometers (1.6 million miles).

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This photographic mosaic of Saturn is the result of the processing of three green-filter frames obtained Aug. 20, 1980, when NASA's Voyager 2 was 5.7 million kilometers (3.4 million miles) from the planet.
This photographic mosaic of Saturn is the result of the processing of three green-filter frames obtained Aug. 20, 1980, when NASA's Voyager 2 was 5.7 million kilometers (3.4 million miles) from the planet.

Photographic Mosaic of Saturn

This photographic mosaic of Saturn is the result of the processing of three green-filter frames obtained Aug. 20, 1980, when NASA's Voyager 2 was 5.7 million kilometers (3.4 million miles) from the planet.

Target: Saturn
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01377
Added: 1998-11-12

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Photographic Mosaic of Saturn

This photographic mosaic of Saturn is the result of the processing of three green-filter frames obtained Aug. 20, 1980, when NASA's Voyager 2 was 5.7 million kilometers (3.4 million miles) from the planet.

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This image of Saturn from NASA's Voyager 2, obtained Aug. 21 from a distance of 3.4 million miles, shows further evidence of weather patterns at all latitudes. A stream of clouds is moving in the westward flow.
This image of Saturn from NASA's Voyager 2, obtained Aug. 21 from a distance of 3.4 million miles, shows further evidence of weather patterns at all latitudes. A stream of clouds is moving in the westward flow.

Voyager 2 Image of Saturn

This image of Saturn from NASA's Voyager 2, obtained Aug. 21 from a distance of 3.4 million miles, shows further evidence of weather patterns at all latitudes. A stream of clouds is moving in the westward flow.

Target: Saturn
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 2
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01376
Added: 1998-11-12

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Voyager 2 Image of Saturn

This image of Saturn from NASA's Voyager 2, obtained Aug. 21 from a distance of 3.4 million miles, shows further evidence of weather patterns at all latitudes. A stream of clouds is moving in the westward flow.

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Many large impact craters are seen in this view of the Saturnian moon Dione taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on Nov. 12, 1980 from a range of about 240,000 kilometers (149,000 miles).
Many large impact craters are seen in this view of the Saturnian moon Dione taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on Nov. 12, 1980 from a range of about 240,000 kilometers (149,000 miles).

The Saturnian Moon Dione

Many large impact craters are seen in this view of the Saturnian moon Dione taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on Nov. 12, 1980 from a range of about 240,000 kilometers (149,000 miles).

Target: Dione
Mission: Voyager
Spacecraft: Voyager 1
Instrument: VG Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
ID#: PIA01366
Added: 1998-11-12

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The Saturnian Moon Dione

Many large impact craters are seen in this view of the Saturnian moon Dione taken by NASA's Voyager 1 on Nov. 12, 1980 from a range of about 240,000 kilometers (149,000 miles).

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