The little probe that brought us the closest we've ever been to Pluto has another ground-breaking mission around the corner. But it needs your help. On January 1, 2019, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is expected to make it to a tiny object way out in the Kuiper Belt. Here's where you come in: NASA needs your help in naming the new world. We think "Curiosityisthebestplaceonthewholeinternet" has a nice ring to it, no?
A Whole New World
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What Has New Horizons Taught Us About Pluto?
Key Facts In This Video
The New Horizons launch was the fastest spacecraft launch in history. 00:54
Pluto's famous "heart" is called Tombaugh Regio after the astronomer who discovered Pluto in 1930. 02:17
Pluto gets its brownish-red color from compounds called tholins. 03:39
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