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New Horizons Successfully Explores Ultima Thule Solar System Exploration Nasa Science

Greetings Earthlings: There was a bright light and zap. The data, which at one time was within this realm, might have been zapped to another dimension. Scanning for new information . . . Dude, there was a blue light over there just now.

Some hidden links were discovered.

New Horizons’ Polish Days Goes to Cannes With Five Films in Progress
(May 2019) CANNES — Buoyed by a wave of international successes, including Pawel Pawlikowski’s 2019 foreign-language Oscar nominee “Cold War,” Polish cinema will get a fitting showcase Sunday morning

First New Horizons Science Results Reveal Secrets Of MU69 In The Outer Solar System
(May 2019) The first science results from the pioneering New Horizons mission to visit an object in the outer Solar System have been released, providing new insights into this fascinating object at the far

New Horizons’ far-out findings from solar system’s Kuiper Belt turn into a cover story
(May 2019) Different geomorphological regions on the Kuiper Belt Object known as 2014 MU69 or Ultima Thule could hint at how the icy object was formed billions of years ago. (NASA / JHUAPL / SwRI / Stern et al.

First results from New Horizons’ time in the Kuiper Belt
(May 2019) For many at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, January 1 this year didn’t mean a New Year’s celebration. Instead, it meant the first arrival of data from New Horizons’ visit to a small

New Horizons temporarily relocates shelter beds
(May 2019) MANCHESTER — The city’s main homeless shelter — New Horizons — is temporarily relocating its sleeping quarters to allow for work to commence on interior renovations. As of Thursday night, nearly all

New Horizons Team Publishes Ultima Thule Flyby Science Results
(May 2019) NASA’s New Horizons mission team has published the first profile of the farthest world ever explored, a planetary building block and Kuiper Belt object called 2014 MU69. Analyzing just the first

New Horizons Spots A Spinning ‘Snowman’ Out In Space
(May 2019) MU69, one of the reddest objects we’ve explored in the solar system. Credit: NASA The most happening New Year’s Party of 2019 wasn’t at Times Square or Paris—it was in the small town of Laurel,

New Horizons reveals Ultima Thule’s quiet, lonesome past
(May 2019) After New Horizons streaked past Pluto in 2015, its main task was over, but it still had work to do. On New Year’s Day of 2019, it made a flyby of another, even more distant object named 2014 MU

Columbia-based Horizon Foundation’s new mental health campaign aims to be ‘fun and edgy’
(May 2019) Cartoons and clever word play are the key elements of a new Horizon Foundation campaign that aims to empower people to help others who struggle with mental health challenges. “Emotional Support Human

New Horizons Band performs for Mother’s Day
(May 2019) MADISON, Wis. – The Madison New Horizons Band performed to crowd of families for Mother’s Day at Olbrich Gardens. For band member and grandmother Majarie Marion, performing on Mother’s Day has become

System Unknown
I hear drums and engines

Gee whiz, I did not know we were going to study this phenomenon today.

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