New Horizons' encounter with a Kuiper belt object has turned what we know of planet formation on its head.
The mysterious object visited by New Horizons at New Year has turned out to be much flatter than expected.
The data gathered by New Horizons earlier this month is starting to unravel the mysteries of this enigmatic object.
NASA's long-lived space probe has managed to pull off the most distant flyby of an object ever undertaken.
Following on from its historic flyby of Pluto in 2015, the probe will reach its next destination on New Year's Day.
Following its visit to Pluto back in 2015, the spacecraft has been on its way to Kuiper belt object MU69.
NASA's New Horizons probe has made history again by capturing images 3.79 billion miles from the Earth.
The next target of NASA's New Horizons probe is a space rock with some rather intriguing properties.
The footage has been constructed from the thousands of photographs taken by the New Horizons probe.
Following its groundbreaking flyby of Pluto, the probe is now on its way to another Kuiper Belt object.
NASA is celebrating the success of its New Horizons spacecraft by showcasing a new sequence of images.
The fascinating pictures are the most detailed views of Pluto we are going to get for a very long time.
New images from the New Horizons probe suggest that Charon once had a sub-surface ocean of liquid water.
NASA has released breathtaking new images of Pluto's surface taken by the New Horizons probe.
The latest discovery on pluto has revealed that the dwarf planet is pockmarked with small round pits.
Pluto's impressive blue haze has been revealed for the first time in new images from New Horizons.
Images from New Horizons have been combined to show what it would look like to fly high over Pluto.
Recent photographs from New Horizons have revealed Pluto's surface in more detail than ever before.
Professor Brian Cox has put forward the notion that Pluto may he capable of harboring primitive life.
NASA's New Horizons probe might have finished with Pluto but its mission is not over by a long shot.