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New Horizons: Exploring the frontier of our Solar System - A subreddit about the New Horizons space mission (not the AC game)

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Put a fork in New Horizons. Its almost done

Mission will likely be changing next year. (don't shoot the messenger)

https://www.universetoday.com/160935/nasa-plans-threaten-new-horizons/

2 Comments
2023/05/16
16:38 UTC

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Alan Stern on Twitter about NH's hibernation sleep!

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2023/04/02
16:39 UTC

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Before Pluto

I’ve been really interested in moons of planets and when looking at Neptune and Uranus they have very out of date images which made me wonder if the Pluto probs took any on it’s way to the dawf planet

3 Comments
2022/08/01
02:58 UTC

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So what happened to New Horizons exploring other Kuiper belt objects? are we done?

7 Comments
2022/03/23
02:25 UTC

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New Horizons - Incredible Pluto Flyby (Raw Images)

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2022/01/19
13:50 UTC

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