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NASA Uses Photo Of Earth From Saturn To Boost Space Interest

Jul 23, 2013 (All Things Considered) — On July 19, a spacecraft nearly 900 million miles from Earth took a color picture of our planet. NASA's Cassini spacecraft snapped the picture from orbit around Saturn. Now scientists have finished processing the picture. It shows a small blue dot next to the giant ringer planet.

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