Pluto Doesn’t Disappoint On An Initial Close Look

LAUREL, Maryland — Scientists have more new questions than answers to old ones after less than a day poring through the first 1% of data collected during the 22-hr. New Horizons flyby of Pluto and its large moon Charon. Pluto has previously unsuspected mountains of water ice as high as the Rockies...

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