NASA scientists create spectacular flyover video of Pluto's moon Charon

Posted July 17, 2017

The team has just released two spectacular flyover videos, of Pluto and its largest moon Charon, created from the New Horizons data offering us the most intimate look yet at our distant icy friends.

A never-before-seen fly-by video of Pluto has been released by NASA using compiled data from the nearly $900m New Horizons mission.

NASA also released a video showing a flyover of Pluto's largest moon, Charon.

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One video focuses on Pluto itself, beginning above the craggy highlands southwest of the 620-mile-wide (1,000 kilometers) nitrogen-ice plain known as Sputnik Planitia - the western half of Pluto's famous "heart". The latest video comes after the New Horizons mission brought back the images of the planet after its launch two years ago.

NASA claims the video offers us "a new perspective" of the planet, given that the imagery allowed for a film that gets closer to the planet's surface than New Horizons ever did.

Sputnick, the dark, cratered terrain of Cthulhu Macula, the rugged and fractured highlands of Voyager Terra, the pits of Pioneer Terra and the bladed terrain of Tartarus Dorsa all feature. But you can relive the flyby with this new animation from NASA that takes you over Pluto's unique terrain.

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"The equally exciting flight over Charon begins high over the hemisphere New Horizons saw on its closest approach, then descends over the deep, wide canyon of Serenity Chasma", said NASA. The flyover then moves south, covering an area called Oz Terra before ending at the Vulcan Planum plains and Clarke Montes mountains.

The global space agency NASA has launched two fantastic videos capturing the first ever close up the Pluto which is considered as the dwarf planet of our solar system according to the space agency. All the names of Pluto and Charon are informal and pull from science fiction and fantasy sources like "Star Trek" and "Lord of the Rings".

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