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Mariner-Jupiter-Saturn 1977 Spacecraft Artwork, 1975

Mariner-Jupiter-Saturn 1977 Spacecraft Artwork, 1975

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Mariner-Jupiter-Saturn 1977 Spacecraft Artwork, 1975
NASA and JPL initially referred to what became the Voyagers as the Mariner-Jupiter-Saturn 1977 Project. The two Voyagers were advanced versions of the Mariner-class spacecraft that JPL had flown successfully to Venus, Mars, and Mercury. Shown here is a 1975 JPL artist's rendering of Voyager after encountering Jupiter and, after a gravity assist, approaching Saturn.

From the JPL Archives.

Most NASA images are in the public domain. Reuse of this image is governed by NASA's image use policy.

Original image data dated on or about May 30, 1975

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