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NASA reveals amazing new Pluto flyover video

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The video footage is incredible. Pluto's terrain looks both bleak and beautiful at the same time.

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funny how you see all the stars at pluto but not one when you see the moon??????

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Fantastic.

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12 minutes ago, williefin said:

funny how you see all the stars at pluto but not one when you see the moon??????

Because Pluto is very much further away from the Sun than the Moon, so the light levels are a lot lower.

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This alien world is breath taking never did I think I would see it in such detail...so thank you NASA

Edited by InconceivableThoughts
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4 hours ago, williefin said:

funny how you see all the stars at pluto but not one when you see the moon??????

 

4 hours ago, seanjo said:

Because Pluto is very much further away from the Sun than the Moon, so the light levels are a lot lower.

Actually in this case I believe this is imagery of the surface draped over a 3D digital elevation model. Therefore I think the starscape has just been added as a background for the benefit of the video. 

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Williefin i was thinking same thing but stars are added for effect

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what's the point of having so many desolate planets around the universe ?

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Space! The only frontier.

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I was expecting to see a derelict spacecraft from Alien on the surface.

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12 hours ago, jarjarbinks said:

what's the point of having so many desolate planets around the universe ?

I just asked God for you, he say's..."BECAUSE!"

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Amazing images,

Pluto, it orbits the Sun, has moons, it's a Planet! To say it's not because it's a little on the small side is sizist and we shouldn't allow pluto to be harrassed and intimidated by those who insist a planet has to be bigger :D

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Wow. Nice...

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On 7/16/2017 at 10:34 PM, jarjarbinks said:

what's the point of having so many desolate planets around the universe ?

to maintain equilibrium and to back up life. as the sun continuously expands in hundred of million of years , further frozen planets will unfroze and team up with life.

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It's interesting that they have discovered that Meteors contain properties of Asteroids and vice versa.....and when they do land on planets they can create water deposits....that contain the particles to create life.

Edited by cluey
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Those are some monstrous craters at 44 second mark, even for a small planet.

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I miss Pluto

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Pluto is not missing you.......

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