Photos represent the mysterious Kosher belt of the Kuiper 2014 MU69, named Ultima Thule, now has more than a general look. The latest Ultima Thule photos boast a resolution of 110 ft. Per pixel, the best photos of the still strange body faced with new horizons. NASA's space vehicles have captured high-resolution Ultima Thule photos, a distant asteroid, which means "beyond the known world", with a total of 4,109 km.
NASA scientists already knew some details about Ultima Thule by this time, for example, its individual pancakes
But these newly released high-quality photographs revealed previously unseen details.
These include the circular areas of the area, deep seams and other previously elusive details.
New NASA horizons approaching MU69 has made its main goal, Pluto, thanks to "unprecedented accuracy" in calculations in different countries.
There was a real possibility that the New Horizons camera might even miss Ultima Thule entirely, according to NASA head of science, Dr. Alan Stern. 1
said: "Obtaining these images required us to accurately knew where the tiny Ultima and the New Horizons were as they passed each other on more than 32,000 km / h in the faint light of Koiper's belt, a billion miles behind Pluto.
the Southwest Research Institute said: "Scientific, operational and navigational teams have done it, and the result is a field for our research team!
"Some details that we now see on the Ultima Thule surface are not like any item that has ever been investigated before."
Ultima Thule is the most distant human being who has ever had such a close look, according to Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Laboratory.
Ultima Thule length 20 miles and remained unchanged. the first days of our ashes
The first batch showed that the asteroid looks like a piecewise, deformed peanut space consisting of two tangent particles, called binary contact. "EVIL TWIN" is priced at £ 50 trillion in GRAM
More photos have shown that the rock looks more like a pancake than a lump.
The photos showed the strange light freckles and dark asteroid insects that scientists are trying to understand.
John Spencer, deputy NASA New Horizons scientist, said: "Are these features craters that are produced by shock devices, submerged holes, holes, or something completely different, discussed in our science.
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