Humanity escapes the solar system: Voyager 1 signals that it has reached the edge of interstellar space - 11 billion miles away

Humanity escapes the solar system: Voyager 1 signals that it has reached the edge of interstellar space - 11 billion miles away

Water-ice clouds, polar ice, polar regions, and geological features can be seen in this full-disk image of Mars.

Water-ice clouds, polar ice, polar regions, and geological features can be seen in this full-disk image of Mars.

Pale Blue Dot - Earth as seen from Voyager 1 while on the edge of our solar system (approximately 3,762,136,324 miles from home).

Pale Blue Dot - Earth as seen from Voyager 1 while on the edge of our solar system (approximately 3,762,136,324 miles from home).

NASA CREW EARTH OBSERVATIONS VIDEOS:  This clickable map organizes all of the existing time-lapse sequences into geographical regions. These videos are organized to both aid in searching for a desired area of the Earth, and to break down the volume of the existing time-lapse sequences. Each region below is separated by different colors, as well as links below the clickable map to the "Aurora Borealis and Australis" and "Special Videos".

NASA CREW EARTH OBSERVATIONS VIDEOS: This clickable map organizes all of the existing time-lapse sequences into geographical regions. These videos are organized to both aid in searching for a desired area of the Earth, and to break down the volume of the existing time-lapse sequences. Each region below is separated by different colors, as well as links below the clickable map to the "Aurora Borealis and Australis" and "Special Videos".

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