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English: This is an image of the planet Uranus taken by the spacecraft Voyager 2 in 1986
Date 2008-12-13 (first version); 2008-12-13 (last version)
(Original text : December 16, 1986)
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia; transferred to Commons by User:Ilaiho using CommonsHelper.
(Original text :
PIA00032: Uranus in True and False Colour (as human eyes would see it):
Author NASA/JPL/Voyager mission Original uploader was Serendipodous at en.wikipedia
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