Voyager 1 Encounter with the Jovian System

@article{Stone1979Voyager1E,
  title={Voyager 1 Encounter with the Jovian System},
  author={Edward C. Stone and Arthur Lonne Lane},
  journal={Science},
  year={1979},
  volume={204},
  pages={945 - 948}
}
An overview of the Voyager 1 encounter with Jupiter is presented, including a brief discussion of the characteristics of the spacecraft and trajectory and highlights of the results which are described in the subsequent reports. 
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