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Voyager II / Uranus #306539

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jan 24, 1986
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Pasadena, California: David Dow) Voyager II's latest photograph of Uranus and its moons shown, discussed. [Scientist Edward STONE - announces spacecraft's current location.] [PEOPLE - praise event.] [STONE - notes importance of information on Uranus.] [Project scientist Bradford SMITH - cites questions about planet's moons.]

(NYC: Bob Simon) Background to Voyager project reviewed. United States and international events at the time of its launch recalled. [1977, Jimmy CARTER - expresses faith and confidence in Bert Lance.] Voyager mentioned scheduled to arrive at Neptune in 1999.

Dow, David;
Schieffer, Bob;
Simon, Bob

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