Fran Bagenal

NASA's New Horizons

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Professor of astrophysical and planetary sciences at the University of Colorado and mission scientist with NASA's New Horizons, leading the Particles and Plasma Team

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NASA launched the New Horizons spacecraft nine and a half years go, and last night — three billion miles later — pictures and other data began coming back from Pluto, the most distant…

NASA's Successful Pluto Fly-by

NASA launched the New Horizons spacecraft nine and a half years go, and last night — three billion miles later — pictures and other data began coming back from Pluto, the most distant…

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