Now this is more like the way I would color a planet if given the opportunity!
Earlier this year, NASA’s New Horizons did it’s closest flyby past the last known planet in our solar system: Pluto. Since then, scientists have been working with (or in this case coloring with) the data to gain more insight about this adorable planet’s surface.
Yesterday an amazing thing happened…and it was 10 years and three-billion-miles in the making! NASA’s New Horizons did it’s closest flyby past the last known planet in our solar system: Pluto. And look what appeared around the back side: an area that looks like a heart. And for me, I can also see it as a white dove flapping its wings.
What spectacular images of the planet Mercury collected by MESSENGER (MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry, and Ranging) from 2011 through April 30, … More