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Feb 17, 2020

Pale Blue Dot – 30th Anniversary | National Geographic

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30 years ago, scientist Carl Sagan asked NASA’s Voyager 1 to capture an iconic portrait of our world. This humbling view of Earth from 6.4 billion km away is known as the “Pale Blue Dot.”
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