See you in orbit - Mission launched on 12/06/2020

Postcard – Voyager 1 Saturn – Flown to the ISS on Toucan Space 1

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Buy a postcard which has flown to the International Space Station (ISS) on Toucan Space 1, mission “See you in orbit”, launched on 12/06/2020.

10 in stock

Description

Saturn and two of its moons, Tethys (above) and Dione, were photographed by Voyager 1 from 13 million kilometers (8 million miles). The shadows of Saturn’s three bright rings and Tethys are cast onto the cloud tops. The limb of the planet can be seen easily through the 3,500-kilometer-wide (2,170 mile) Cassini Division, which separates ring A from ring B. The view through the much narrower Encke Division, near the outer edge of ring A is less clear. Beyond the Encke Division (at left) is the faintest of Saturn’s three bright rings, the C-ring or crepe ring, barely visible against the planet.

Date: November 3, 1980.

Details

Mission

See you in orbit – Toucan Space 1 (December 2020)

Destination

International Space Station (ISS)

Size

10×10cm (approximately 3.9×3.9 inches)