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New Horizons science payload DETAILED (behind link). Payload consists of seven instruments – three optical instruments, two plasma instruments, a dust sensor and a radio science receiver/radiometer. The payload is incredibly power efficient – with the instruments collectively drawing less than 28 watts – and represents a degree of miniaturization that is unprecedented in planetary exploration.

New jaw-dropping Pluto photos were just released and we spoke with an expert who saw them before anyone else

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Inner right arm tattoo idea Original post: It's okay, Pluto's astronomical symbol doesn't look very good anyway. Also, Uranus's symbol in this picture is the astrological version. Other than that everything's good.

I am a big fan of science and an amateur astrophotographer so this drawing was great fun for me.  I tried to include the history of science right up to the recent Pluto mission, and to include physics, biology and chemistry

I am a big fan of science and an amateur astrophotographer so this drawing was great fun for me. I tried to include the history of science right up to the recent Pluto mission, and to include physics, biology and chemistry

Nine years after leaving Earth, the New Horizons spacecraft is at last drawing close to Pluto and on Sunday was expected to start shooting photographs of the dwarf planet. The first mission to Pluto began in January 2006 when an Atlas V rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral in Florida and hauled the piano-sized New Horizons craft away from Earth and on a three-billion mile journey. "New Horizons is set to begin imaging Pluto today, but with the spacecraft still approximately 130 million ...

NASA craft set to beam home close-ups of Pluto

This artist's concept obtained December 2014 courtesy of NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute (JHUAPL/SwRI), shows the New Horizons spacecraft as it approaches Pluto and its three moons in summer (AFP/NASA)

Thanks to instruments on board NASA's New Horizon's spacecraft, which will fly by Pluto this summer, scientists are able to get an unprecedented look at the space weather near the dwarf planet.

This artist's concept shows NASA's New Horizons spacecraft during its 2015 encounter with Pluto and its moon, Charon.

NASA's New Horizons probe wakes up on mission to Pluto - See more at: http://sen.com/news/nasa-s-new-horizons-probe-wakes-up-on-mission-to-pluto#sthash.3WEgG2ql.dpuf

Nine years after leaving Earth, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is drawing towards Pluto and is expected to start shooting photos.

What a difference 20 million miles makes! Images of Pluto from NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft are growing in scale as the spacecraft approaches its mysterious target. The new images, taken May 8-12 using a powerful telescopic camera and downlinked last week, reveal more detail about Pluto’s complex and high contrast surface.

New Horizons Sees More Detail as It Draws Closer to Pluto

This image taken on May shows Pluto in the latest series of New Horizons Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) photos, compared to a LORRI image taken on April <br />

Earlier this year, the Planetary Science Decadal Survey recommended that NASA consider sending a mission to the planet Uranus. With all the attention paid to Mars, Jupiter and even poor little Pluto, what's the draw in going to Uranus?  Lots, says Mark Hofstadter of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif.  "Uranus is a type of a planet that we know very little about," Hofstadter said. "

Earlier this year, the Planetary Science Decadal Survey recommended that NASA send a mission to the planet Uranus. The European Space Agency is also considering a trip to the solar system's seventh planet.

An artist's drawing shows the New Horizons spacecraft as it nears Pluto. The moon Charon is in the distance. New Horizons launched in 2006, in 2015 it will reach Pluto..The mission will spend more than five months studying Pluto and its moons. New Horizons will then study other objects in the Kuiper Belt.

What Is Pluto?

The New Horizon's probe, seen above in this artist's impression, will use miniature cameras, radio science experiment, ultraviolet and infrared spectrometers to study the geology of Pluto and its moon Charon

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New Horizons mission nearing Pluto after nine years in space

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