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I hope you're all checking the Live Story, cuz there's lots going on in there!
#NewHorizons released a new image! ? 9 Jul 2015, 22:32:55 UTC. ?? 5.4M km from #Pluto. ?? http://t.co/AwF7FoB861 pic.twitter.com/t7VR58B7se— NewHorizonsBot (@NewHorizonsBot) July 11, 2015
After 9.5 yrs in space, it's a mere two days til #PlutoFlyBy. Think on that. @NASANewHorizons http://t.co/vMgGzMPFp2 pic.twitter.com/KprmFOUTSE— Kimberly EnnicoSmith (@kennicosmith) July 12, 2015
@NASA @NASANewHorizons This is updated from the one I posted yesterday. It has the newest image.— Mark Jackson-Brown (@Markster3000) July 13, 2015
The view from @NASA's @NASANewHorizons! Here's an animation of the approach to Pluto for the past 46 days. pic.twitter.com/qamj7byUX3— Mark Jackson-Brown (@Markster3000) July 13, 2015
#Plutoflyby closest approach is taking place in less than one hour!
I'm broadcasting the most interesting tweets in the Live Story at the top left of this forum. Stop in to see what's going on.
Via @mashable: BREAKING: NASA just released the latest image from the #PlutoFlyby http://t.co/EaL4Yypsh0 pic.twitter.com/xsliM3YxD4— Charles Yap (@CharlesYap) July 14, 2015
A small team- me, @CarlyHowett @AscendingNode @TodLauer & John Spencer- were up until 3AM to get this ready for you: https://t.co/ChaSfKwDEB— Alex Parker (@Alex_Parker) July 14, 2015
I just posted this one in the Live Story, but I have to make sure you all see this.
Holy moly what a press conference we just had here at Pluto central. Alan Stern unleashed his science officers with new images and new science, and the first to drop were the highest resolution color pics of Pluto and Charon yet. Each shows some pretty cool stuff.Read more from WIRED
From Jeff Moore. Informal names on Pluto. pic.twitter.com/vMwxtpdDDQ— Alexandra Witze (@alexwitze) July 14, 2015