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Pluto! Not yet explored and, alas, not still a planet. Still, this 1991 stamp shows off Pluto's beauty!

The 1991 Pluto stamp is now on board NASA’s New Horizon’s spacecraft headed toward the dwarf planet!

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This is an artist's concept of Pluto. Discovered in 1930 and long considered our solar system's ninth planet, icy Pluto was reclassified as a dwarf planet after the d.

New Pluto Photos Show High Mountains, Giant ‘Tail'

New Pluto Photos Show High Mountains, Giant ‘Tail'

The western half of what mission scientists have informally named Tombaugh Reggio revealed evidence of carbon monoxide ice. The contours indicate that the concentration of frozen carbon monoxide increases towards the center of the ‘bull’s eye’.

This is the same image of Pluto and Charon from July 8, 2015; color information obtained earlier in the mission from the Ralph instrument has been added.

This is the same image of Pluto and Charon from July color information obtained earlier in the mission from the Ralph instrument has been added.

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Pluto's atmosphere compared to Earth's as seen on Spaceflight Insider

Crescent image of Pluto. Taken by New Horizons Spacecraft. NASA

Crescent image of Pluto. Taken by New Horizons Spacecraft. NASA

New Horizons to Pluto liftoff via the mighty Atlas V, January 19, 2006 @ Cape Canaveral. Rendezvous with Pluto July 2015. Fastest spacecraft ever travelling 58,536 km/h relative to The Sun at fastest, nearly 40 km/sec.

New Horizons to Pluto liftoff via the mighty Atlas V, January 2006 @ Cape Canaveral. Rendezvous with Pluto July Fastest spacecraft ever travelling km/h relative to The Sun at fastest, nearly 40 km/sec.

About the 2014 MU69 that orbits nearly a billion miles beyond Pluto, the next target for New Horizons.

About the 2014 that orbits nearly a billion miles beyond Pluto, the next target for New Horizons.

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