Here We Are: The Pale Blue Dot

 "The Pale Blue Dot," a photograph taken by the Voyager 1 space craft in 1990, shows the Earth from 6 billion kilometers away, a distance at which the planet appears as only a tiny blue-white speck approximately 0.12 pixles in size against the vast blackness of space. Taken at the request of astronomer Carl Sagan, the image spawned a book by Sagan of his reflections on the place of the human race in the context of the universe, as well as the speech featured in the video above. 

Source: Pale Blue Films