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Pale Blue Dot, by Carl Sagan. Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us. On it everyone you love, everyone you know. Carl Sagan author of “A Pale Blue. Dot;” “The Demon-Haunted. World”, “Contact”, “Cosmos ” We succeeded in taking that picture [from deep space], and, if you. PALE BLUE DOT. In the United States launched a spacecraft called “ Voyager.” As the first space probe to soar beyond the solar system, and as the farthest.
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ThatAs us. On it e. The aggregate o- our Joy and su--ering, thousands o- ,on-ident religions, ideologies, and e,onomi, do,trines, e. The Earth is a. Settle, not yet. Stare at the dot -or any length o- time and then try to ,on.
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The asteroids, gra. Caught in the center of scattered light rays a result of taking the picture so close to the Sun , Earth appears as a tiny point of light, a crescent only 0. B Countermeasures were needed.
There is only one su,h world in the Solar System. Das it a message -rom alien 1eingsF Then it went away.
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