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We're still trying to figure out how to put a man on Mars, so we're at least several decades (if not centuries) from ever reaching the proto-planet at the end of our solar system.
A new research report reveals the mystery behind the dwarf planet's huge heart sector.
Thanks to some new intel provided by NASA’s New Horizons probe, scientists now believe Pluto’s surface may have once hosted rivers and lakes of liquid nitrogen.
Here's a new enhanced-color image from New Horizons of Pluto's barren polar region.
It took more than a few years, but when NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft finally sent back some of the first high-quality pictures ever captured of Pluto’s moon Charon, it brought just as many questions as answers.
The icy dwarf planet may be hiding much more ice than previously thought.
A monster meteor may be the reason for Pluto's vast crater-less frozen plains.
If the straight-up images of Pluto weren’t enough to get you interested in space exploration, NASA has released some psychedelic new footage captured by New Horizons’ more interesting instruments.
It took about a decade to get there, but NASA’s New Horizons probe finally sent back our first good pics of the former planet Pluto. But it had to navigate some trippy space weather to get there.
Witness the wonder of Pluto and its main moon through a daily cycle of New Horizons images.
This brilliant new image of Pluto is a beautiful blast of cosmic color.
It was only a few months ago that we actually got our first real pictures of Pluto, and now NASA officials believe the former planet could be home to massive volcanoes that spew ice.
Here's the latest color Pluto image published with NASA's first mission findings report.
Here are more monumental discoveries straight from New Horizons' Pluto mission.
Charon shines in these latest astonishing shots of Pluto's largest moon.