TakealookbackatNASA'strue colorviewofPluto

Take a look back at NASA’s true-color view of Pluto

On this day in 2015, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft gave us the first look at Pluto’s dynamic planetary body.

The flyby images capture a world with ice mountains, nitrogen glaciers, and hauntingly beautiful blues hazes in the dwarf planet’s atmosphere.

Writes NASA in its love letter to Pluto, the farthest world in our solar system: “Distance has nothing on this relationship.”

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