Blue Sky & Red Ice At Pluto, NASA Spacecraft DiscoversThe sky is blue, not just on Earth but on Pluto as well.
Conditions On Pluto: Incredibly Hazy With Flowing IceScientists said Pluto in covered in flowing ice and is hazier than they expected.
'Beautiful Eye Candy': Frozen Plains In Pluto's HeartPluto’s heart is vast and frozen – in a good way.
NASA Scientists Pour Over New Pluto PicturesPictures snapped Monday gave us our first clear look at Pluto, our solar system’s most famous dwarf planet, thanks to New Horizons.
Pluto Up Close: Spacecraft Achieves Flyby, Then Calls HomeCulminating a journey from planet Earth that spanned 3 billion miles and 9 ½ years, the moment of closest approach to Pluto for the New Horizons spacecraft came Tuesday at 7:49 AM.
Local Planetarium Celebrates Pluto FlybyNew Horizons blasted into space in 2006. Tuesday morning, scientists at mission control broke out into cheers as the spacecraft finally flew past the most famous dwarf planet in our solar system. We've now gotten up close to every planet from Mercury to Pluto.
Little Pluto Bigger Than Scientists Thought As Flyby LoomsPluto, once considered the ninth planet from the sun, is a little bigger than anyone imagined.
It's Showtime For Pluto; Prepare To Be Amazed By NASA FlybyPluto, reveal thyself, and Earthlings, enjoy the show.
Pluto Just 4 Weeks, 20 Million Miles Away For SpacecraftAfter traveling 3 billion miles, over the course of nine years, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft is at Pluto’s doorstep.
NASA Spacecraft Almost To Pluto: Smile For Camera!Nine years in the making, a NASA spacecraft will begin photographing Pluto, the mysterious, unexplored, icy world once deemed a planet, on Sunday.
Last Call: Pluto-Bound Craft Crosses Neptune OrbitThe New Horizons spacecraft, on its way to Pluto, crossed the orbit of Neptune Monday.
Capt. Kirk's 'Vulcan' Top Name For New Pluto Moons An online vote to name Pluto's two newest, itty-bitty moons is over. And the winner is Vulcan, a name suggested by actor William Shatner, who played Capt. Kirk in the original "Star Trek" TV series.