- one of a series of U.S. space probes that obtained scientific information while flying by the planets Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus.
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Not Now, Voyager: A Memoirby Lynne Sharon Schwartz The acclaimed author expertly reflects on travel.The Daily Beast Recommends
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No voyager or artist can do justice to the scenery of the Bosphorus.The British Expedition to the Crimea
William Howard Russell
This is the boat of the northern traveler, the voyager of the upper ways.
The voyager makes his paddle about as long as his rifle, up to his chin in length.
True, according to the voyager, the precious metal was itself absent.My Schools and Schoolmasters
Now what strikes the voyager is the barrenness and desolation of the land.Cape Cod
Henry D. Thoreau
- either of two US spacecraft that studied the outer solar system; Voyager 1 visited Jupiter (1979) and Saturn (1980), Voyager 2 visited Jupiter (1979) and Saturn (1981) and made the first flyby of Uranus (1986) and Neptune (1989)
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