How did these odd scars form on the icy world?
Although we haven't yet pinpointed the location of a possibly large planet in the outer solar system, we are beginning to paint a picture as to what the mysterious world might look like and what it's made of.
As astronomers track down more clues as to the existence of a large world orbiting the sun in the outer fringes of the solar system, a classic planetary purveyor of doom has been resurrected.
Data collected by NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft shows that tiny, distant Pluto not only likely has an ocean beneath its frozen face, but also may have had lakes on its surface in the recent past and likely will have them again in the future.
NASA's New Horizons probe has revealed geological surprises and a hint of underground ocean on the dwarf planet.
NASA's New Horizons has found an icy oddity that highlights one of the key processes that is believed to shape this dwarf planet's surprisingly young surface.
Now we are getting familiar with Pluto's strange geology, here's some other interesting geology maps of other solar system locations.
It what could soon be called 'Cloudgate,' 'leaked' emails appear to discuss structures in Pluto’s already hazy atmosphere as clouds.
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