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  • telescope of 25 cm or wider, cloud patterns ... may be visible. ... When Voyager 2 flew by Uranus in 1986, it observed a total of ten cloud features across
    68 KB (7,733 words) - 21:48, 28 June 2016
  • from both the Voyager 1 and Galileo Missions. Although the subjovian hemisphere of Io was poorly seen by Galileo, superbly detailed Voyager 1 images cover
    29 KB (3,487 words) - 03:35, 4 July 2016
  • Mons at bottom." This mosaic of Voyager 1 images covers Io's south polar region. On the left is a mosaic of Voyager 1 images covering Io's south polar
    18 KB (2,192 words) - 12:43, 24 April 2016
  • planetary source is Uranus, which has only been visited by the space probe Voyager 2. More recent images come from the Hubble Space Telescope in orbit around
    102 KB (11,884 words) - 04:28, 13 April 2016
  • filter (50 to 400 nm) on the Imaging Science System aboard the Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 Spacecraft, as defined by the instrument descriptions of the Narrow
    95 KB (11,137 words) - 19:49, 20 July 2016
  • from both the Voyager 1 and Galileo Missions. Although the subjovian hemisphere of Io was poorly seen by Galileo, superbly detailed Voyager 1 images cover
    103 KB (11,377 words) - 00:26, 19 May 2016
  • originate from an external source such as infalling dust and comets." “In 1986 Voyager 2 found that the visible southern hemisphere of Uranus can be subdivided
    90 KB (10,254 words) - 02:47, 5 June 2016
  • 2012-12-08.  "Voyager 1, In: Wikipedia". San Francisco, California: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. December 4, 2012. Retrieved 2012-12-05.  "Apollo program, In: Wikipedia"
    99 KB (10,160 words) - 18:55, 13 May 2016
  • appearance at visible wavelengths." Main source: Uranus “In 1986 Voyager 2 found that the visible southern hemisphere of Uranus can be subdivided
    122 KB (13,402 words) - 23:14, 30 June 2016
  • "Voyager 1 is about ... 18 billion kilometers ... from the [S]un [but] the direction of the magnetic field lines has not changed, indicating Voyager is
    122 KB (14,118 words) - 11:47, 17 July 2016
  • astronomy/Ultraviolets and Ultraviolet astronomy "Experiments on the Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft and observations made by the International Ultraviolet
    130 KB (14,604 words) - 22:40, 17 April 2016
  • and Gamma-ray bursts, 0.05-6.5 MeV direction, profile, spectrum. "The Voyager 1 spacecraft is a 722 kg (1,590 lb) space probe launched by NASA on September
    103 KB (12,464 words) - 01:10, 22 July 2016
  • 1979, with only the volcano Pele shutting down between flybys [of Voyager 1 then Voyager 2]." "Distant imaging of Io was acquired for almost every orbit
    115 KB (13,339 words) - 20:04, 12 July 2016
  • spacecraft." The image at the third right is through the violet filter of the Voyager 1 Imaging Science Sub-system Wide-Angle Camera of the Masubi volcano on
    80 KB (9,585 words) - 06:08, 15 May 2016
  • Retrieved 2012-12-23.  "MIRA's Field Trips to the Stars Internet Education Program". Monterey Institute for Research in Astronomy. Retrieved August 27, 2007
    98 KB (11,199 words) - 02:43, 16 July 2016
  • be cm2. Let Voyager 1 be 17,932,000,000 km (119.9 AU) from the Sun at RA 17.163h Dec +12.44°, ecliptic latitude of 34.9°. Let Voyager 1, now headed
    178 KB (25,393 words) - 02:56, 27 June 2016
  • Radiation astronomy/Cyans and Cyan astronomy “In January 1986, the Voyager 2 spacecraft flew by Uranus at a minimal distance of 107,100 km providing
    101 KB (11,164 words) - 10:33, 19 July 2016
  • {\displaystyle H_{2\odot p}=7.288\times 10^{23}moles.} Voyager 1 is 17,932,000,000 km (119.9 AU) from the Sun at RA 17.163h Dec +12.44°
    29 KB (4,352 words) - 18:34, 10 April 2016
  • March 14, 2013. Retrieved 2013-05-13.  Hannes Alfvén (October 1981). "The Voyager 1/Saturn Encounter and the Cosmogonic Shadow Effect". Astrophysics and
    59 KB (6,856 words) - 05:55, 6 July 2016
  • represents the oxide surface." "Spectra from the Voyager I IRIS experiment confirm the existence of enhanced infrared emission near
    101 KB (11,574 words) - 15:02, 4 July 2016

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