Five incredible things we know about Pluto since 2015’s fly-by
What did it see?NASABy Emily BensonIt’s been a year since NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft whizzed past Pluto on 14 July 2015, providing our first detailed look at the icy dwarf planet and its moons. Data is still coming in from the craft — the last batch won’t arrive on Earth until later this year — but initial information shows that the planet is surprisingly...
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