(September, 2015) A powerful and humbling reflection by astronomer Carl Sagan on the wonders and fragility of the Earth and the follies of humankind. This reflection was inspired by an image taken by Voyager 1 in 1990. As the spacecraft left our planetary neighborhood for the fringes of the solar system, engineers turned it around for one last look at its home planet.
As seen in 2014’s COSMOS: A SpaceTime Odyssey Written by Ann Druyan and Steven Soter Cosmos Studios, Inc., Copyright © 2013
Passage written by Carl Sagan for the book Pale Blue Dot published by Random House, Copyright ©1994 Democritus Properties, LLC
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