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Look how far I have gone! This is a picture I took when I was 7.25 million miles away that’s like driving from Cape Town in Africa to Vladivostok in Russia over 516 times!!
This is me leaving Earth; we fly in a big rocket that was launched in 1977. That’s 38 years ago!
Inside me and my twin (Voyager 2) we carry a small American flag, and a gold record that has sounds and pictures from Earth.
This is a picture of me in space!
Mars is 249 million miles away! That’s 17,738 trips from Cape Town to Vladivostok in Russia.
Here is some pictures of mars, I didn’t take them my mission is different!
Jupiter is a large gas giant! You could fit 300 earths inside it! And it has 67 moons!
After Mars I had to pass the Asteroid belt. It’s a big ring of rocks floating in space.
Look there is a big red spot on Jupiter! It is a Hurricane (cyclone) that has raged for over 400 years and can fit 3 earths inside.
Here is a picture of Callisto also called Jupiter IV. It was discovered in 1610 by Galileo Galilei, that’s 405 years ago!
Here is a picture I took of Jupiter’s ring.
We made it to Saturn! We’re now over 746 million miles away! This is my last part of my mission!
Look at the colours! Each colour means that part of the ring is made of something different cool!
Here is a picture of Titan I took! It is one of 62 moons that orbit the gas giant.
Now that my missions are complete, I am now journeying into interstellar space and heading towards Alpha Centauri, the closest solar system to ours!
Hello there! While my twin is flying into interstellar space, my mission is to explore Uranus and Neptune! We are now 1.7 billion miles away from earth!
You can fit 67 earths inside of Uranus, and is a cold ice giant filled with frozen gases and water. Like one big snow cone.
Uranus has 27 moons, here is a picture I took of three of them!
Here is a photo I took when I was leaving the orbit of Uranus to head towards Neptune!
We are now 2.7 billion miles from earth. That likes driving Route 20 in America 802,377 times from Boston, Massachusetts on the east coast to Newport, Oregon in the west.
Neptune is another Ice Giant and contains frozen Hydrogen, water and other gases.
Neptune has 14 moons! And takes 165 years to orbit the sun!