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From the link: "Four billion miles from Earth, the New Horizons probe that recently sent such lovely pictures of Pluto is drawing near to the most distant object mankind has ever come close to: Ultima Thule, a mysterious rock deep in the Kuiper belt. The historic rendezvous takes place early tomorrow morning.

This is an encounter nearly 30 years in the making, if you count back to the mission’s beginnings in 1989, but it’s also been some 13 years since launch — the timing and nature of which was calculated to give the probe this opportunity after it had completed its primary mission.'

There is much more
information in the link.

Wow!!!!
Just Wow!!!

All the best,

Brian #3



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 31-Dec-18 22:31 by Brian Patterson.

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