NASA’s Top 10 Pluto Pics from the New Horizons Spacecraft

One year ago, NASA’s New Horizons mission made history by exploring Pluto and its moons – giving humankind our first real look at this fascinating world on the frontier of our solar system.

Since those amazing days in July 2015 the New Horizons spacecraft has transmitted numerous images and many other kinds of data home for scientists and the public alike to study, analyze, and just plain love. From Pluto’s iconic “heart” and sweeping ice‐ mountain vistas to its flowing glaciers and dramatic blue skies, it’s hard to pick just one favorite picture. So the mission team has picked 10 – and in no special order, placed them here.

Click on the images for more information. You’ve seen nine of them before, and the team added a 10th favorite, also sure to become one of New Horizons’ “greatest hits.”

1 Comment on "NASA’s Top 10 Pluto Pics from the New Horizons Spacecraft"

  1. Madanagopal.V.C. | July 17, 2016 at 7:00 am | Reply

    Water which ran on Pluto’s surface is clearly visible in the good old days and the crack on the Pluto shows the track of the water after its impact with comets. Thank You.

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