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Les images époustouflantes des sondes Voyager

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Lancées il y a 40 ans, les sondes Voyager 1 et 2 sont aujourd'hui aux confins du système solaire. Ensemble, elles ont photographié Jupiter et Saturne. Voyager 1 a exploré la lune Titan avant de se diriger vers l'espace interstellaire, atteint en 2012. Voyager 2 a continué vers Uranus et Neptune. Toutes deux sont désormais à une vingtaine de milliards de kilomètres de nous... et continuent à nous transmettre des données. Entre-temps elles ont pris des images époustouflantes des planètes extérieures du système solaire.

Added on the 19/08/2017 11:00:00 - Copyright : NouvelObs Montage

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