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NASA reveals more Pluto and moon pix

NASA has releaed more images of Pluto and its moon, Charon, taken by the New Horizons spacecraft. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

NASA launches new Pluto flyover video

New animation video of a flyover of Pluto has been released by NASA using images sent back by the New Horizons spacecraft. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

NASA reveals new images of Pluto

NASA details the latest images of Pluto collected by its New Horizons mission. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Pluto: bigger than we thought

All nine planets of our solar system are now explored. Pluto was reclassified as a dwarf planet in 2006, but thanks to New Horizons' pictures, that might be reconsidered.

New Horizons team debuts Pluto 'flyover'

NASA's New Horizons team displays a 'flyover' graphic animation of what the mountains and plains of Pluto look like from high above. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Pluto probe survives encounter, phones home

NASA'S New Horizons phones home, signaling that it has survived its 31,000 miles per hour (49,000 km per hour) blitz through the Pluto system. Julie Noce reports.

NASA spacecraft makes historic flyby of Pluto

An unmanned NASA spacecraft whizzed by Pluto on Tuesday, making its closest approach in the climax of a decade-long journey to explore the dwarf planet for the first time, the US space agency said.

New Horizons spacecraft cruises past Pluto and its moon, following a journey of more than nine years

Laurel, Maryland, July 14 (ANI): The New Horizons spacecraft sailed past distant Pluto on Tuesday (July 14), capping a reconnaissance of the solar system that began 50 years ago, NASA said. The flyby, which occurred at around 5.19pm IST (Indian standard Time) culminated a 4.88 billion km, 9 ½ year journey to the solar system's backyard, a region beyond Neptune called the Kuiper Belt which was discovered in 1992. New Horizon measurements have reportedly revealed that Pluto is roughly two-thirds the size of the moon, and probably holds more ice beneath its surface than previously thought. The spacecraft is so far from Earth that radio signals, traveling at the speed of light, take about 4 ½ hours to reach Earth.

Pluto flyby will be 'gift for all mankind'

NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is expected to fly by Pluto on Tuesday morning, the most distant planetary body ever explored. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Pluto probe on course for fly-by

The New Horizons spacecraft is just days away from a historic fly-by past Pluto after a journey of more than nine years into the solar system. Paul Chapman reports.

Scientists "drooling" over new images of Pluto

The New Horizons spacecraft is sending back "amazing" pictures of Pluto, even though it is still a week away from its historic flyby of the outer planet. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)