NASA Lets You Download Free Posters Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Voyager Missions

A quick fyi: Last year, NASA released 14 Free Posters That Depict the Future of Space Trav­el in a Cap­ti­vat­ing­ly Retro Style. Now, on the 40th anniver­sary of the Voy­ager mis­sions (Aug. 20 and Sept. 5, 1977), the space agency has issued three attrac­tive new posters to cel­e­brate our “ambas­sadors to the rest of the Milky Way.” All are free to down­load and print here. Writes “One of the Voy­ager posters is an image of a star­ry night sky [see above], and anoth­er adver­tis­es the mis­sion using the flam­boy­ant design style of the 1970s, the decade when the probes launched. A third poster hon­ors the probes’ ‘grand tour’ of the plan­ets, on their way to the edge of the solar sys­tem.” Hap­py down­load­ing!

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