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  • Tom Atkinson

    Pale Blue Dot- final view of Earth- Voyager 1 captured this image from a distance of six billion kilometres (four billion miles). In it Earth is less than a pixel in size. The image, taken in 1990, prompted astronomer Carl Sagan to say simply: "That's here. That's home. That's us."

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    Pale Blue Dot 25 NASA | Photos of the Earth and Moon – From Other Worlds

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    Voyager 1 pale blue dot. Take at about 4 billion miles away. mother earth

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