Voyager / Pale Blue Dot / Earth

On February 14, 1990, from a distance of 3.7 billion miles, Voyager 1 took this photo now known as the Pale Blue Dot. That’s us, our little planet Earth, suspended in a sunbeam. 📸NASA/JPL-CALTECH

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