Sunday, July 19, 2015

New Horizons says farewell to Pluto .#plutoflyby UPDATE 7/29

It's been inspiring to follow New Horizons spacecraft as it shared the most astonishing photos of Pluto.  Thanks NASA for the up to date information.  GO TEAM USA

http://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/pluto-s-breathtaking-farewell-to-new-horizons

Carbon Monoxide in Pluto's Heart. Read about it on NASA's site -- keeping us      up-to- date on the news not covered often by our media. 



LINK TO IMAGE INFORMATION ABOVE
http://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/frozen-carbon-monoxide-in-pluto-s-heart




Charon

New Horizons Close-Up of Charon’s ‘Mountain in a Moat’


According to Jeff Moore with NASA’s Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California, who leads New Horizons’ Geology, Geophysics and Imaging team 



“This is a feature that has geologists stunned and stumped.”  

Find out what a Mountain in a Moat means and why scientists are "stunned." 

The latest photos and information on this monumental information.  See what the scientists say at the NASA's latest link.

As of July 16, 2015
Views of Pluto Through the Years

Pluto and moon Charon 
Go to this latest link in order to get email updates from this NASA mission.  Or, just follow my blog. 

https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/pluto-and-charon-shine-in-false-color




Pluto as seen from New Horizons on July 11, 2015   follow link ..

Updated: July 14, 2015
It may take up to 2 weeks to get all of the footage back. Imagine New Horizons whizzing past Pluto at high speed..   Keep up on twitter's #plutoflyby . and/or NASA station and the  links from here.    This will be up a trickling down videos event ..  !  


July 13th, 2015
It's going to be a big tomorrow morning, Tuesday, July 14th  as New Horizons reports back to earthlings what the surface of Pluto looks like -- the closest ever .. .. Find your place to view New Horizons!  The countdown is on: From this writing -- approximately 18 hours to view it ALL.  Go to the feed above .

.see NASA page to countdown -- 


COUNTDOWN
ttp://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/imagegallery/iotd.html?id=366456

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