Voyager’s End

The Voyager spacecrafts launched in 1977 contain golden records that provide a glimpse into life on earth. Their main scientific purpose now concluded, the Voyager spacecrafts sail into the darkness waiting for intelligence elsewhere to recognize them. It’s highly unlikely that they would encounter another world, but what if one crash landed on another planet with life? What would that life make of such a foreign object? Is our projected and imagined self-importance meaningful to other life?

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Adrianna Allen

Hello! I am an astronomical artist with a background in biomedical illustration. Through my work, I strive to inspire people’s interest in the investigation of the cosmos… from genetics to galaxies! I am simply delighted to be a part of such a wonderful and talented group of artists!