NASA just released the best GIFs of Pluto so far
The New Horizons spacecraft is still more than two months away from reaching Pluto, but it’s now close enough to make out some details of the dwarf planet and one of its moons. NASA just held a mission briefing to update the public about the progress of the mission, during which the agency released a number of GIFs made from the newest images taken of Pluto.
In them, we see Pluto and its largest moon, Charon, dancing around each other in a delicate orbit. The GIFs show the orbit taking place over a period of 6.5 days between April 12th and April 18th from a distance of more than 60 million miles away.
The images are nowhere near the resolution that NASA expects we’ll see when the…
Source:: The Verge