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The Bruce Murray Space Image Library

Pioneer 10 departs Jupiter (and Io)

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Pioneer 10 departs Jupiter (and Io) This is a parting shot of Jupiter and Io, taken December 5, 1973, by the Pioneer 10 spacecraft, the first to see either world as a crescent.

Processed Image Copyright Ted Stryk, Data Courtesy NASA/Ames Research Center.

A special thanks to the Ames Research Center history office for helping me find the data used in making this.

Read more about this photo in this guest blog entry.

Original image data dated on or about December 5, 1973.

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