NASA just released the most detailed photos of Pluto you’ve ever seen

For anyone with even a passing interest in space and planetary exploration, there’s a whole lot to get excited about this weekend. Early on Saturday, NASA released the most detailed photos we’ve ever seen of Pluto. The photos were originally taken by the New Horizons spacecraft which flew over the ‘dwarf planet‘ this past July. DON’T MISS: Sorry, ‘Fallout 4’: ‘Witcher 3’ is Game of the Year and it’s not close “These latest pictures are part of a sequence taken near New Horizons’ closest approach to Pluto, with resolutions of about 250-280 feet (77-85 meters) per pixel – revealing features less than half the size of a city block on Pluto’s diverse surface,” NASA proudly explains. “In these new images, New

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