A short flight over Pluto

Back in July 2015, NASA's New Horizons probe completed an historic flyby of the dwarf planet Pluto. Collecting over 50 gigabits of data during the encounter it took more than a year to transmit all the information back to Earth and scientists are still poring through it. The team has just released two spectacular flyover videos, of Pluto and its largest moon Charon, created from the New Horizons data offering us the most intimate look yet at our distant icy friends... Continue Reading NASA's spectacular flyover video transports you to Pluto Category: Space Tags: NASA New Horizons Pluto Solar System Related Articles: How Pluto's atmosphere is spared by a moon shield Highest-resolution images of Pluto zoom in on mountains, craters and icy plains Ice flows, hazy hydrocarbons among latest Pluto reveals Slushy subs

A short flight over Pluto

Fri 21 Jul 17 from Cosmos Magazine

NASA's spectacular flyover video transports you to Pluto

Back in July 2015, NASA's New Horizons probe completed an historic flyby of the dwarf planet Pluto. Collecting over 50 gigabits of data during the encounter it took more than a year ...

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