Photograph's from Humanity's Greatest Journey
- A must-have guide to NASA’s Voyager missions, including previously unpublished material
- All the key discoveries: from exploring our nearest planets to entering interstellar space
- Background information on physics, astrophotography, and trying to make contact with extraterrestrial
“This is a great celebration of the Voyager imagery and, by implication, the technology that made it all possible.” —Mark Williamson, Room – Space Journal of Asgardia
“This gorgeous photo book has been a pretty effective distraction. It’s filled with breath-takingly beautiful images of space as seen from NASA’s Voyager trips (and yes, that does include previously unpublished pics.” —Amy Glover, BuzzFeed
“NASA scientist Dr. Gary Hunt was hand-selected to participate in the legendary 1972 Voyager mission, and now he’s regrouped all the hot, intergalactic deets on the adventure in this new photography book, which will both dazzle and titillate your know-it-all Aquarius.” —Mary Frances Knapp, Vice
Outer space = infinite fascination! A delight for space fans and experts alike, this book is your unique guide to the legendary Voyager missions.
After the worldwide success of Apollo VII-XVII, the authors, Jens Bezemer, Joel Meter, Simon Phillipson, Delano Steenmeijer and Ted Stryk, scoured the NASA archives to gather all the key facts and discoveries of this interstellar spacecraft, including previously unpublished information.
First launched in 1977, the twin Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft have significantly expanded our knowledge of space, corrected many scientific theses and, last but not least, produced the most distant image of the earth: the famous “Pale Blue Dot.”
Text in English and German.
- teNeues Books
- 6th Apr 2021
- World excluding Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands
- 314 mm x 244 mm
- 304 Pages
- 200 color, 100 b&w