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Historic space photo: Galileo spacecraft exploring Jupiter after separation from Atlantis

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NASA. Against the black void of space, the silhouette of the GALILEO spacecraft as it prepares to explore the planet JUPITER stands out in a particularly dramatic space photographic scene. GALILEO has just separated from the space shuttle ATLANTIS (Mission STS-34). GALILEO has changed the way we see our solar system. When the probe plunged into Jupiter's crushing atmosphere on September 21, 2003, it was deliberately destroyed to protect one of its own discoveries: a possible ocean beneath the icy crust of the moon Europa.October 18, 1989.
Vintage chromogenic print on paper: "This Paper manufactured by KODAK". NASA logo in front margin. NASA logo and typed caption on back. 20.3x25.3cm with margins.

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