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Two years ago, the New Horizons craft journeyed to Pluto, and NASA's still mining its data.
Two years ago, NASA took its first close-up images of Pluto. Now, the space agency is giving us a new view of the distant dwarf planet.
Using actual images and data from the New Horizons craft, NASA created stunning videos of Pluto and its largest moon, Charon.
The videos highlight Pluto's incredible surface features, complete with craters, mountains and canyons.
In January 2019, it's set to reach 2014 MU69 — a long name for a small object in the Kuiper Belt.
Because the Kuiper Belt gets so little light from the sun, NASA believes MU69 is a frozen snapshot of what that part of the solar system was like when it was born 4.6 billion years ago.
The Mars Curiosity rover has recorded nighttime temperatures in recent days of 105 degrees below zero. Temperatures don't often get that low on Earth.By Robert F. Bukaty / AP
A team of researchers is compiling the public's answers on certain space images to classify galaxies and stars.By NASA
Students on the Flathead Indian Reservation asked Nicole Mann questions as she was aboard the International Space Station.By NASA
The FDA is reviewing Zuranolone, which is a 14-day oral treatment for adults with postpartum depression or major depressive disorder.By Seth Wenig / AP
China's Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning called out the U.S. in a briefing following President Joe Biden's State of the Union address.By Jacquelyn Martin / AP
The IRS proposal would create one voluntary compliance agreement: The Service Industry Tip Compliance Agreement. Here's what's in it:By Elaine Thompson / AP