Tumbling space snowman in film debut

(16 Jan 2019) Scientists from NASA’s New Horizons mission on Tuesday released the first stitched together animation of Ultima Thule, the most distant object ever explored by humans. The small, icy object is shown spinning end-over-end like a propeller. (Jan. 16)

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(2 Jan 2019) Here’s the latest for Tuesday, January 1st: Jair Bolsonaro is sworn in as Brazil’s president; Netanyahu met with Secretary Pompeo to discuss Syria; NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft explore another world; Coney Island Polar Bear club takes deep in the ocean.

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Reax as NASA spacecraft dashes by world past Pluto

(1 Jan 2019) NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft has survived humanity’s most distant exploration of another world. Flight controllers in Laurel, Maryland, received word from the spacecraft on Tuesday, 10 hours after the middle-of-the-night encounter.

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NASA opens 2019 at tiny, icy world past Pluto

(1 Jan 2019) NASA Flight controllers said everything looked good for New Horizons’ flyby of tUltima Thule, 4 billion miles from Earth early Tuesday. Scientists celebrated in Maryland, joined by Queen Guitarist Brian May, who is also an astrophysicist. (Jan. 1)

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New Horizons

The US space agency’s New Horizon’s spacecraft will soon make the most distant flyby of a cosmic object ever, zipping by an object called Ultima Thule — a billion miles (1.6 billion kilometers) beyond Pluto, on January 1.VIDEOGRAPHIC

Ring in the new year with exploration of new world

(27 Dec 2018) Ring in the new year with the exploration of an even more distant and mysterious world. NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft will zip past the scrawny, icy space rock nicknamed Ultima Thule just after midnight on Jan. 1. (Dec. 27)

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