- "The most incredibly time for planetary science."
- "A new chapter in science and exploration."
- The NASA news briefing was interesting.
- — Emily Lakdawalla (@elakdawalla)Tue, Jul 14 2015 12:33:15I asked if the new image showed evidence of hazes or clouds. Stern replied he'd looked and hadn't seen those or plumes yet.
- This is AMAZING! Who doesn't love a good timelapse?
- — Amy Lynn (@AstroGingerSnap)Tue, Jul 14 2015 12:19:45
- — Emily Lakdawalla (@elakdawalla)Tue, Jul 14 2015 12:10:56Since it's a FAQ: It will be 13 hours until we hear from New Horizons because spacecraft is too busy scienceing to talk to us right now.
- Haha. So true.
- — Philae Lander (@Philae2014)Tue, Jul 14 2015 12:08:40Way to go @NASANewHorizons you did it! Can’t wait to see what Pluto is like close up. Keep us posted on #PlutoFlyby https://twitter.com/NASANewHorizons/status/620923200621412352 …
- — CanadianSpaceAgency (@csa_asc)Tue, Jul 14 2015 12:03:08Congratulations @NASA and @NASANewHorizons! What an incredible feat! https://twitter.com/nasanewhorizons/status/620923200621412352 …
Making history - New Horizons makes its closest approach to Pluto
At 7:49 a.m. Tuesday, July 14, the New Horizons spacecraft made its closest approach to Pluto. With today's historic moment, NASA has officially visited every single planet in the solar system. Below is some reaction to Tuesday morning's flyby.
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