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Humans saw the Earth from space for the first time in 1946 from a V-2 rocket. Since then, images have emerged that show our pale blue dot from as far away as the outer edges of the solar system. At such distances, life actually looks peaceful here:

About the iconic photo that inspired Carl Sagan to write his book “The Pale Blue Dot

Life on a pale blue dot 🌍 (from 2016)

About the iconic photo that inspired Carl Sagan to write his book “The Pale Blue Dot

About the iconic photo that inspired Carl Sagan to write his book “The Pale Blue Dot

European VC firm Pale Blue Dot plans to fund 40 'planet-positive' startups by @sohear 

Pale Blue Dot is a new early-stage fund backing 'climate-focused' startups in Europe by @sohear 

European VC firm Pale Blue Dot plans to fund 40 'planet-positive' startups via TechCrunch's Extra Crunch 🔒

This week on #WakeUpWindDown , we look at the importance of perspective in managing and working through challenging times. Today's Wake Up features Carl Sagan and his 'Pale Blue Dot' monologue. It's powerful stuff. Listen in full here: #WakeUpWindDown 

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About the iconic photo that inspired Carl Sagan to write his book “The Pale Blue Dot

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As seen on #Cosmos : The Pale Blue Dot - "Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us." - Carl Sagan

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February 14, 2020. Thirty years ago today, after passing Neptune on its way out of the solar system, Voyager-1 snapped Earth's first selfie -- the famous "Pale Blue Dot". Carl Sagan poignantly reflected on that image, with words that continue to resonate today. [Video: 3min]

“Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us.” — Carl Sagan A newly processed version of the iconic ‘Pale Blue Dot’ image shows Earth 4 billion miles away from @NASAVoyager . Learn more: Print the poster:

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Blue Marble. Pale Blue Dot. Whatever you call it, it's home. 🌍🏠 We're one week away from the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. Count down with @NASAEarth  – and rediscover our home planet: #EarthDayAtHome 

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Almost 30 years ago, our Voyager 1 spacecraft snapped the first-ever family portrait of our solar system — including the image of Earth as just a tiny point of light, known as the “Pale Blue Dot.” Take a moment to cherish the only home we’ve ever known:

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"Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us." - Carl Sagan Dubbed the 'Pale Blue Dot', this image is part of the 1st ever 'portrait' of the solar system taken by 1 from more than 4 billion miles from Earth: Happy ! #EarthDay 

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Reminiscent of the "Pale Blue Dot" image taken by 1 today in 1990, our mission took this pic of Earth & the Moon from 39.5 million miles away as it heads to asteroid Bennu to collect samples and return them to Earth. Take a look:

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Goodbye, Dr. Hawking. Thank you for sharing your beautiful mind with this pale blue dot.

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Our pale blue dot, planet Earth, as seen by from his unique vantage point on . Watch:

In @NASAHistory : Today marks 25 years since @NASAVoyager  saw Earth as a "pale blue dot"

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