Eight months after its rendezvous with Pluto, the New Horizons probe continues to return incredible data and images of the most famous dwarf planet. Click the links below for the latest news!
Night Falls on Pluto’s Largest Moon Charon – Discovery News
Three days after the probe’s historic flyby of Pluto, New Horizons caught an image of the night side of Pluto’s moon Charon.
A new map from NASA shows a majority of Pluto’s visible surface, photographed by New Horizons, is covered by water ice.
Does Icy Pluto have a Hidden Ocean? New Horizons Offers New Clues – Smithsonian.com
Some New Horizons images show a surface marred by a network of fissures and a notably spherical shape–hints that Pluto could host a subsurface ocean beneath its crust.
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