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Voyager 1 took this image of Jupiter and Ganymede when the spacecraft was a little over a month away from it's closest approach to the giant planet.

Voyager 1 took this image of Jupiter and Ganymede when the spacecraft was a little over a month away from it's closest approach to the giant planet. The photo was taken at a distance of over 40 million kilometers (25 million miles). The Great Red Spot is visible in the southern hemisphere of the planet. Ganymede, Jupiter's largest satellite, is at the lower left of the image.

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