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Jan 28, 2019
NASA's New Horizons spacecraft beams clearer image of Ultima ThuleNASA's New Horizons spacecraft beams clearer image of Ultima Thule shows more of a snowman
Jan 16, 2019
Light, camera, tumble! NASA releases film of space snowman captured by New HorizonsThe small, icy rock is seen spinning like a propeller on its centre – like a tumbling snowman!
Jan 02, 2019
NASA's explorer 'phoned home' after journey to the most distant world everThe explorer travelled 4 billion-mile to a frozen rock at the edge of the solar system.
Dec 29, 2018
NASA New Horizons zooms in on distant rock after switch to encounter modeCommunicating with a spacecraft that is so far away takes six hours and eight minutes each way.
Dec 28, 2018
NASA's New Horizons to fly into the New Year studying a distant rock beyond PlutoNew Horizons will fly-by of the farthest object ever studied by a spacecraft on New Years Day.
Dec 25, 2018
NASA's New Horizons to do historic New Years' flyby of farthest ever object studiedPlutonium-powered New Horizons was launched in 2006 and is a days away from flying by Ultima Thule.
Jun 07, 2018
NASA's New Horizons is ready for the farthest planetary encounter in history, a visit to the mysterious Ultima ThuleNASA’s New Horizons is back after a six-month sleep and has a new target a Kuiper Belt Object called Ultime Thule; the flyby will take place on 1 January.
Oct 20, 2016
Nasa probe spots possible clouds hovering over PlutoNasa's New Horizons space probe has spotted possible clouds hovering over Pluto, indicating that the weather on the icy dwarf planet is more complex than thought.
Mar 04, 2016
Scaling new heights in astronomy: NASA discovers snowcapped mountains in PlutoCthulhu Regio stretches nearly halfway around Pluto's equator, starting from the west of the great nitrogen ice plains known as Sputnik Planum.
Jul 17, 2015
‘These missions are YOUR missions’: NASA’s Pluto team and their uber cool AMAHere are the highlights from the NASA New Horizons team's Reddit AMA