New Horizons Team Prepares For Another Flyby

Credit: NASA, ESA, SwRI, JHU/APL, New Horizons KBO Research Team
Early in June, a team of about 50 astronomers will spread out across South America and Southern Africa to attempt an unprecedented observation of a small body 1 billion mi. beyond Pluto. If it works, it will help ensure NASA’s New Horizons probe will not smash into an obstacle at 30,000 mph when it...

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