14 February 1990, Voyager 1 captured this heart-wrenching image - the whole humanity is in this tiny dot

On 14 February 1990, Voyager 1 captured this heart-wrenching image - the whole humanity is in this tiny dot

Today 30 years ago, on 14 February 1990, NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft turned off its cameras for the rest of eternity, but half an hour before Vizar 1 took a photo

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Humanity knows that picture as 'Pale blue dot' The earth suspended in a ray of sunlight is appearing as a blue dot in the depths of space before we have seen our home world in this

30 years after this image, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) has published a new version of this iconic image of the Earth and is as breathtaking as ever.

Yes You can barely see that small spot in this image, that little spot is our home on Earth, as the famous astronomer Carl Sagan once said, all the humans on earth were ever and today

Our planet Earth is a single small spot in this cosmic darkness. In our ambiguity, in this cosmic vastness, there is no indication that we will get help from elsewhere to protect ourselves