LANHAM, Maryland – As controllers at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory here wrapped up a round of hazard-avoidance imagery with the nuclear-powered New Horizons Pluto probe, the mission’s long-standing science team assembled to begin their final setup for the July 14 flyby of the dwarf planet and its moons. Images collected with the Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (Lorri) May 11-12 show not early signs of collision danger with an undetected moon or piece of ...

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