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At first misguided, but it's nonetheless still a fascinating journey with stunning imagery being frighteningly immersive in an exciting way as the archival revelations and passionate knowledge solidly marks this documentary as essential wonder towards the universe's definition as well being generically thought-provoking when looking at the never-ending sky. (A-)
An awe inspiring documentary looking at the missions of Voyager 1 and 2. Considering they were made in the early '70s, therefore using '70s technology, it's amazing that spacecrafts will outlive the human species as they are predicted to be able to travel for a billion years. We will long have laid waste to our beautiful planet Earth and god knows where we will be. This documentary focuses on mission objectives and accomplishments as told by interviewees who were directly involved in the projects and the documentary also shows us the stunning pictures sent back to us of other planets by the Voyagers. For anyone even mildly interested in outer space this is a must watch documentary.
Great Documentary!! Especially if your into astronomy and science!!
Spectacular tale of the voyager space probes and the emotional behind the scenes events. Visually stunning and astronomically delicious.
IN 1977 NASA launched two voyagers into space they successfully collected photos & info. on Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune & also some of there moons. One of the Voyagers is now officially in interstellar meaning it's outside are solar system in deep space its has music & photos & information about EARTH in it.
Thanks PBS for making another great documentary!
Greatly entertaining while weirdly heartbreaking
Excellent documentary. I enjoyed it very much.
Clips and such for the life of three Voyager one and two with commentaries from people who were involved.
Builds suspense in the most wondrous but subtle way. Every planet Voyager touches on is a great event, and the interview subjects all help to build a charming character to the mission.