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By the mid-1970s, the country had largely overcome its zeal (and budget) for space exploration, leaving grainy tape of Apollo-Soyuz and Evel Knievel rocket bikes as sorry substitutes for a generation of premiered--our imaginations welled with images of alien worlds and the promise of a new age of space travel. Though the probes began their journeys moving at a velocity of 11 miles per second, space is big.
But by the time the first images of Jupiter's Great Red Spot were beamed back to Earthlings in 1980 (via the trustworthy anchors of the nightly network news), brains like mine lit up like a gamma ray burst with the possibilities of deep-space exploration.
Almost 40 years later, the Voyager probes are still traveling, and incredibly, still broadcasting to Earth across the vast reaches of space.
Jim Bell, a professor in the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University, has written the definitive account of the Voyager program.
Beginning at the mission's inception as an opportunity to take advantage of a rare planetary alignment, tells the story of the people who made a remarkable vision real and an odyssey surpassing all expectations--and the boundaries of the Solar System itself.
Enjoy these images from the Voyager missions hand-selected by Bell.
Two robots, Voyager 1 and Voyager 2, were launched from Earth in 1977 and sent on the grandest, farthest-flung adventure ever.