Bruce Murray Space Image LibraryJupiter and Callisto from Voyager 1 Jupiter and Callisto from Voyager 1 This color composite of Jupiter was the last image captured by Voyager 1 before its wide-angle camera could no longer fit the whole of the planet within its 3.2 degree field of view. However, due to pointing inaccuracies, most images that Voyager 1 acquired from this distance were truncated on one edge. Therefore, this is actually a mosaic of two sets of frames taken through orange, green, and violet filters, all taken on March 3, 1979, from a distance of 2.3 million km. Callisto is visible just off to the right of Jupiter's eastern limb, while the Great Red Spot and a large white oval dominate the southern hemisphere. NASA / JPL / Ian ReganDownload a full-resolution PNG version here.