The more photos of Pluto fired back from NASA’s New Horizons probe, the more the icy dwarf planet’s geological makeup comes into focus. The latest snaps are the highest-resolution images gathered by the spacecraft during its July flyby, and in revealing craters, mountains and glaciers, may be the sharpest close-ups humans will lay eyes on for decades.
.. Continue Reading Highest-resolution images of Pluto zoom in on mountains, craters and icy plains
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