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Even though they can't talk, robots are impressive storytellers. Dozens of interplanetary spacecraft are out there right now writing the story of our solar system in images and data. This section is a collection of some of the most intriguing images, videos and even strange sounds created during more than a half century of robotic exploration. Our interactive and download sections put together some of those stories in engaging packages. But it is just as interesting to take your own trek though the history and planet galleries and see where you end up. Be sure to take time to vote for your favorite images and watch images rise - and fall - on the Top 10 page and our homepage. You also can expand your exploration by visiting many other great NASA galleries.

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