In addition to Earth, Voyager 1 captured images of Neptune, Uranus, Saturn, Jupiter, and Venus. These images became known as 'The Family Portrait'.


A few key members didn’t show up in the shot: Mars was obscured by scattered sunlight bouncing around in the camera, Mercury was too close to the Sun, and Pluto was too tiny, too far away and too dark to be detected. The images gave humans an awe-inspiring and unprecedented view of their home world and its neighbours.

This is our family portrait - the organisations and individuals who inspire and energise us... because it takes a village: