NASA’s New Horizons probe captured these images of the Pluto moons Nix (left) and Hydra (right) on July 14, 2015. The Nix photo was taken from a distance of 102,000 miles (165,000 kilometers), while the Hydra image was snapped from 143,000 miles. A jelly bean and a gray mitten a long long way away..

The science world rocked.. The space world changed.. and a view we had of Pluto has been thrown out the window by the reality of what the New Horizons has found. This is amazing..Exciting.New mountains of youth.. formations of a planet (or drawf planet) still ongoing.. Pluto and the moon Charon have virtually no craters. It … Read more