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The astronauts were tired and happy to arrive back on earth after their long space voyageFerdinand Magellan led the first round-the-world voyage in 1522.

The astronauts were tired and happy to arrive back on earth after their long space voyage.

Captain Cook's journal describes his voyages around the world in the 1700s.

In June of 1789, British Admiral Captain Bligh and 18 crew, cast adrift from HMS Bounty, arrived in Timor in the East Indies after a voyage of nearly 3,900 miles in an open boat.

On July 12, 1776, Captain Cook set out on his final voyage, an attempt to find the Northwest Passage.

The Titanic sailed on an April day in 1912 on her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York.

He lost his entire crew to cold and starvation during his Arctic voyage.

Our voyage to the planet Jupiter will take over one hundred years.

After being shrunk to the size of bacteria, the scientists went on a fantastic voyage into the body of a human being.

Christopher Columbus displayed spices, parrots, slaves, gold to the King and Queen after his first voyage to the New World.

Sinbad the Sailor's seven voyages are recounted in the story of 'The Thousand and One Nights.'

On his first voyage to the South Pacific in 1768, Captain Cook lost 41 of his 98-man crew to illness.

On his third voyage to the planet Neptune, Space Captain Cook was killed and eaten by aliens.

Christina Baldwin once suggested that journal writing is a voyage to the interior.

Marcel Proust once said that the real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.


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