Voyager 2 was launched on August 20, 1977. Restore the steps in its journey across our solar system through some of the most iconic images.
Voyager 2 views of Jupiter during the approach of the spaceship.
Voyager 2 provided this image of Jupiter's red spot.
The half-color in Ganymedes facing away from the sun shows a great variety of terrain in this mosaic from NASA's Voyager 2.
In August 1998, the NASA file image shows a true color photo of Saturn composed of Voyager 2 photos.–
An enhanced color image of Saturn's rings, seen by Voyager 2.–
This image of Saturn's moon Enceladus shows impact craters up to 22 miles in diameter, as well as even areas without areas.–
A false color view of Uranus made from pictures taken by Voyager 2.–
A computer enhancement of a Voyager 2 image emphasizes the high level of Uranus's upper atmosphere. The clouds are hidden by the overlying atmosphere.–
Uranus & # 39; rings, photographed by Voyager 2 as it approached the planet in the uranium ring system.–
Oberon, Uranus's outer moon, shows several impact craters on the lunar icy surface.–
Miranda is the eleventh known satellite in Uranus. The moon was essential in the Voyager mission by providing gravity assistance to propel the ship towards Neptune.
Uranus & # 39; moon Titania shows a crater-pocked surface as well as prominent fall valleys that extend over the moon.–
Clear bright patches are visible on Ariel, the brightest of Uranus's five largest satellites.–
Ariel, another of Uranus's satellites, shows a dense rough surface that is also crossed with many valleys and fault sections.–
This stunning portrait of Neptune was taken by Voyager 2 before the closest approach on August 25, 1989. "The Great Dark Spot" – a storm in Neptune's atmosphere – can be seen in the middle of the image.
This image of Neptune's outer ring shows how material clumps into three arcs.–
Neptune's largest moon, Triton, surprised scientists with its active surface. Metanis, which appears in a pink tone, may contain a massive polar cap on the lunar surface. The dark notches above the ice are probably dust that lands from plumes that erupt on the surface.
One last look at Neptune's south pole after the flight village.