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  1. Highest resolution Voyager 1 color view of…

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  2. Voyager 1: Facts about Earth's farthest spacecraft

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  3. THE ASTOUNDING JOURNEY OF VOYAGER 1

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  4. What Did Voyager 1 See During its Journey Out Of The Solar System? 1977-2019 (4k UHD)

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  5. It's Official Voyager 1 has Finally Reached Interstellar Space

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  6. Voyager 1 Reaches Interstellar Space

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  1. Voyager 1 Suddenly Received an ALARMING REPLY From a Nearby Star

  2. Voyager 1 Transmits Unknown Message

  3. Is This The End of Voyager 1? Here's What's Happening With the Probe

  4. How Far is Voyager-1 Spacecraft Now

  5. Neil deGrasse Tyson: "Voyager 1 Has Detected 500 Unknown Objects Passing By In Space"

  6. 3 MINUTES AGO: Voyager 1 Captures Most Terrifying Image Ever Seen In History!

COMMENTS

  1. Voyager

    The ISS is a modified version of the slow scan vidicon camera designs that were used in the earlier Mariner flights. The ISS consists of two television-type cameras, each with 8 filters in a commandable Filter Wheel mounted in front of the vidicons. One has a low resolution 200 mm wide-angle lens with an aperture of f/3, while the other uses a ...

  2. Highest resolution Voyager 1 color view of the Great Red Spot

    At ~6 km/pixel, this is the highest resolution pre-Juno color data for Jupiter (all of the higher resolution Voyager images are clear filter images). Lower resolution orange, green and violet images from Voyager 1's wide angle camera (WAC) are also used to show the GRS periphery and surrounding areas. Color, contrast, and sharpness have been ...

  3. Exploring the Solar System with the Voyager Spacecraft's Cameras

    NASA turned off the camera system for Voyager 1 after it took the "Solar System Family Portrait" in 1990, while Voyager 2 took its last photo at its Neptune encounter in 1989. ... Voyager has two digital video cameras with 800x800-14 µm pixel resolution mounted at the end of its adjustable scan platform. With 8-bits per pixel, each frame ...

  4. Instruments

    Voyager 1 & 2. Instruments. ... The ISS consists of two television-type cameras, each with 8 filters in a commandable Filter Wheel mounted in front of the vidicons. ... One has a low resolution 200 mm wide-angle lens with an aperture of f/3, while the other uses a higher resolution 1500 mm narrow-angle f/8.5 lens. Unlike the other onboard ...

  5. Voyager

    Voyager 1 completed its Jupiter encounter in early April, after taking almost 19,000 pictures and many other scientific measurements. Voyager 2 picked up the baton in late April and its encounter continued into August. ... less than the size of a picture element even in the narrow-angle camera. Earth was a crescent only 0.12 pixel in size ...

  6. NASA

    Mission Name: Voyager 1 Principal Investigator: ... short-focal-length camera. The maximum resolution achievable depended on the actual trajectory on this multi-encounter mission, but the resolution was as high as 0.5 to 1.0 km on the closest approaches to some objects. At Jupiter and Saturn, the resolution was better than 20 km and 5 km ...

  7. Voyager 1

    Voyager 1 is a space probe launched by NASA on September 5, ... Because of the greater photographic resolution allowed by a closer approach, most observations of the moons, rings, ... its cameras were deactivated to conserve energy and computer resources for other equipment. The camera software has been removed from the spacecraft, so it would ...

  8. Images taken by the Voyager Spacecraft

    Voyager: Near Infrared Camera: 1500x2000x3: PIA00366: Europa ... First Close-up Image of Jupiter from Voyager 1 Full Resolution: TIFF (280.8 kB) JPEG (10.37 kB) 1996-09-26: Jupiter: Voyager: VG ISS - Narrow Angle: 500x500x3: PIA00455: Jupiter with Io Crossing Full Resolution ...

  9. Images taken by the Voyager 1 Spacecraft

    Early Voyager 1 Images of Jupiter Full Resolution: TIFF (491.5 kB) JPEG (21.78 kB) 1996-09-26: Jupiter: Voyager: Imaging Science Subsystem: 400x400x3: PIA00029: First Close-up Image of Jupiter from Voyager ...

  10. A deep dive into the highest-resolution Voyager Jupiter data

    At ~6 km/pixel, this is the highest resolution pre-Juno color data for Jupiter (all of the higher resolution Voyager images are clear filter images). Lower resolution orange, green and violet images from Voyager 1's wide angle camera (WAC) are also used to show the GRS periphery and surrounding areas. Color, contrast, and sharpness have been ...

  11. Voyager 1

    Its flyby of the Saturn system in November 1979 was as spectacular as its previous encounter. Voyager 1 found five new moons, a ring system consisting of thousands of bands, wedge-shaped transient clouds of tiny particles in the B ring that scientists called "spokes," a new ring (the "G-ring"), and "shepherding" satellites on either side of the F-ring—satellites that keep the ...

  12. Voyager 1: Facts about Earth's farthest spacecraft

    Voyager's higher-resolution camera spotted two new moons, Prometheus and Pandora, whose orbits keep the icy material in the F ring in a defined orbit. ... Voyager 1 left the heliosphere — the ...

  13. Voyager 1 Narrow Angle Camera Description

    The sensor used in the Voyager Imaging Science Subsystem (ISS) camera system is a 25-mm diameter magnetic deflection vidicon (number B41-003, General Electro-dynamics Co.). The vidicon storage surface (target) is selenium sulphur and can store a high resolution (1500 TV lines) picture for over 100 s at room temperature.

  14. astronomy

    Voyager's optical camera was digital, with a camera tube similar to TV cameras of the period. The initial analog signal was converted to a digital format that had a resolution of 800 x 800 pixels and transmitted back to NASA. CCDs were not used.

  15. The Pale Blue Dot

    The Pale Blue Dot - Revisited. The Pale Blue Dot is a photograph of Earth taken Feb. 14, 1990, by NASA's Voyager 1 at a distance of 3.7 billion miles (6 billion kilometers) from the Sun. The image inspired the title of scientist Carl Sagan's book, "Pale Blue Dot: A Vision of the Human Future in Space," in which he wrote: "Look again at that ...

  16. Voyager

    Wide-angle and narrow-angle cameras off to save power (Feb. 14, 1990) Wide-angle and narrow angle cameras off to save power (Oct. 10 and Dec. 5, 1989) ... Both Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 have reached "Interstellar space" and each continue their unique journey through the Universe. In the NASA Eyes on the Solar System app, you can see the real ...

  17. Ring-Moon Systems Node

    The Voyager Imaging Science Subsystem (ISS) is a modified version of the slow scan vidicon camera designs that were used in the earlier Mariner flights. The system consists of two cameras, a high resolution Narrow Angle (NA) camera and a lower resolution, more sensitive Wide Angle (WA) camera. Unlike the other on board instruments, operation of ...

  18. The best space pictures from the Voyager 1 and 2 missions

    The Pale Blue Dot from Voyager 1 This image of Earth was taken by Voyager 1 on February 14, 1990 from a distance of more than 6 billion kilometers (3.7 billion miles). Earth shows as a mere dot within a ray of light scattered inside the spacecraft's camera optics Image: NASA / JPL.

  19. Why was the imaging quality of the Voyager probes *much* better than

    Resolution of the Voyager cameras was 800x800 pixels; the Pioneer imaging was done with just a pair of detectors, one for blue and one for red, scanned line-by-line for (if I did the math right) about 500x500 pixels. The registration of scan lines in the Pioneer images seems reasonably good, and the Pioneer 11 came much closer to both Jupiter ...

  20. Images taken by the Voyager 1 Spacecraft

    Voyager 1 Launch (1977) Full Resolution: TIFF (7.073 MB) JPEG (467.9 kB) 2013-12-12: Europa: Galileo Hubble Space Telescope Voyager: 1045x1045x3: PIA17660: Water Vapor Over Europa Full Resolution: TIFF (3.278 MB) JPEG (64.1 kB) 2014-02-12: Ganymede: Galileo Voyager: 1800x956x3: PIA17901: Ganymede Global Geologic Map and Global ...

  21. Voyager

    The resolution of the Voyager narrow-angle television cameras is sharp enough to read a newspaper headline at a distance of 1 km (0.62 mi). Pele, the largest of the volcanoes seen on Jupiter's moon Io, is throwing sulfur and sulfur-dioxide products to heights 30 times that of Mount Everest, and the fallout zone covers an area the size of France.

  22. 'Pale Blue Dot' Images Turn 25

    This narrow-angle color image of the Earth, dubbed "Pale Blue Dot," is a part of the first ever "portrait" of the solar system taken by Voyager 1. › Full image and caption. These six narrow-angle color images were made from the first ever "portrait" of the solar system taken by Voyager 1, which was more than 4 billion miles from Earth and ...

  23. What If We Turned On Voyager 1's Camera?

    Voyager 1 camera technology. Voyager 1 has two vidicon cameras onboard which are essentially very early television cameras using analog to digital technology. They had an effective resolution of 800 by 800 pixels and captured 8 bit images in grayscale. Vidicon camera (Olympus Scientific)

  24. NASA Is One Step Closer to Fixing Voyager 1

    The team at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) has tried numerous fixes, none of which have worked. Voyager 1 was the first human-made object to leave the solar system in 2013, followed a few ...

  25. OnePlus Open to get new update, will let users control every app's

    The width is 143.1 mm when unfolded and 73.3 mm when folded. Talking about the thickness, there is a slight variation in different colour options. When unfolded, the Emerald Dusk variant is 5.8 mm thick while the Voyager Black variant is 5.9 mm thick. When folded, the Emerald Dusk variant will have 11.7 mm thickness while the Voyager Black ...