[FPSPACE] Last Bits of 2015 Pluto Flyby Data Received on Earth

Red Indian dstdba at aim.com
Sat Oct 29 15:46:21 EDT 2016







And at some point in time a monolith was thought to have been planted in Jovian waters.
Alas, Hi There and Dear John were less palatable parts of the same universe.













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LARRY KLAES ljk4 at msn.com 
Fri Oct 28 14:26:42 EDT 2016


Though some pre-Space Age astronomers were able to see very rough features on the Galilean moons and even made crude maps of those worlds.


Larry


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that's a precious freight of Pluto-Charon data all safe & sound. Now, over to the processors & the analysts. What a triumph - throughout my childhood Pluto, & all solar system moons, were but a pinprick of light on B & W photos!

On Fri, Oct 28, 2016 at 8:09 PM, LARRY KLAES <ljk4 at msn.com<mailto:ljk4 at msn.com>> wrote:

Oh good, now they can start beaming One Earth onto New Horizons:


http://www.oneearthmessage.org/

One Earth: New Horizons Message<http://www.oneearthmessage.org/>
www.oneearthmessage.org<http://www.oneearthmessage.org>
ARE YOU ON BOARD? Anyone and everyone is invited to take part in One Earth: New Horizons Message. To keep up to date on all aspects of the project as it evolves ...




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FPSPACE] Last Bits of 2015 Pluto Flyby Data Received on Earth

NASA's New Horizons mission reached a major milestone this week when the
last bits of science data from the Pluto flyby - stored on the
spacecraft's digital recorders since July 2015 - arrived safely on Earth.

It was the last of the 50-plus total gigabits of Pluto system data
transmitted to Earth by New Horizons over the past 15 months.

http://www.spacedaily.com/reports/Last_Bits_of_2015_Pluto_Flyby_Data_Received_on_Earth_999.html

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