Voyager: The Interstellar Mission
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Selected Images From the Planetary Tour
top left, Saturn; lower left, Enceladus; middle, Titan; far right, Saturn's red spot Saturn - 1980, 1981
The mission provided an extended and close-range view of Saturn. Voyager 1 flew by in November 1980 while Voyager 2 toured the planet in August 1981.

Top image: Saturn and its rings, seen at a distance of 5.3 million kilometers (3.3 million miles).

Bottom images: The icy moon Enceladus and Saturn's largest moon, Titan. Some details in Titan's cloud system are visible.

Far right: A false-color view of Saturn's red spot.

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