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Voyager sees Jupiter's moons

Duration: 03:18

Voyager scientists thought Jupiter's moons would be cold, dead worlds. They were amazed when the first close-up images from the spacecraft revealed four moons, each different from the next. The probes were launched in 1977.

Available since: Tue 30 Nov 2010

Credits

Narrator
Mark Halliley
Narrator
Zam Baring
Series Producer
David McNab
Director
David McNab
Director
Jacqueline Smith
Producer
Jacqueline Smith
Producer
Teresa Hunt

This clip is from

The Planets Revisited Giants: Boldly Go

3/8 An exploration of the vast gas planets at the far reaches of the Solar System.

First broadcast: 18 Nov 2004

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