NASA celebrates New Horizons’ historic Pluto flyby in 2015 with awesome new videos

NASA has released new visualisations of the dwarf planet Pluto and its largest moon Charon to commemorate the first-ever up close exploration of the distant worlds, which took place six years ago when the New Horizons probe performed its historic flyby.

The new videos take viewers on simulated flights over the two faraway members of the solar system, revealing unprecedented details. Although Pluto and Charon are more than 3 billion miles (4.8 billion kilometers) from Earth, the new video shows features as small as 230 feet (70 meters) on their surface.



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