New Horizons snaps new photos of Pluto

pluto images taken by New Horizons

Pluto and its largest moon, Charon, are seen from over 200 million kilometers away in new pictures taken January 25 and January 27 by the New Horizons spacecraft.

NASA, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Southwest Research Institute

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