New Horizons Finds High-altitude Haze, Nitrogen Glaciers On Pluto


New Horizon mission scientists poring over the latest data from their nuclear-powered probe believe they may have caught Pluto’s atmosphere just as it is beginning to freeze onto the dwarf planet’s surface as its orbit takes it away from the Sun, leaving behind a fine hydrocarbon haze that could be...

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