The New Horizons space probe is bringing new images of a remnant of the early solar system, after its historic brush with Pluto last summer, reports ABC News.
NASA just released incredible new photos of Pluto’s north pole, and they seem to raise more questions about this icy planet.
Images from NASA’s New Horizons mission suggest that Pluto’s moon Charon once had a subsurface ocean that has long since frozen and expanded, pushing outward and causing the moon’s surface to stretch and fracture on a massive scale, according to NASA.
A new map of the dwarf planet revealed that water ice is surprisingly abundant on Pluto's surface.
American astronomers say they have strong evidence that there is a ninth planet in our Solar System orbiting far beyond even the dwarf world Pluto.
The explanation for the unusual look involves some interesting behavior from the nitrogen-heavy ice.
The new images of Pluto sent back to planet Earth from NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft, show the dwarf planet’s plains and ‘icebergs’ floating in a sea of nitrogen ice, reports Mashable.com.
Get ready to be amazed: NASA today unveiled the best-ever images of Pluto, revealing the dwarf planet's varied and exotic landscape in amazing detail.