New NASA flyovers get you closer to Pluto and Charon than you ever could’ve imagined
The New Horizons spacecraft has Pluto well and truly in the rear-view mirror by now, as it’s on the way to check out the Kuiper Belt. But the magic of space exploration is that long after the probe has departed, scientists still have mountains of data to sift over.
To celebrate the one-year anniversary of New Horizons’ flyby of Pluto, NASA’s team of scientists has put together a two-minute video of a Pluto flyby, based on elevation data and observations made by New Horizons during its short but glorious mission.
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