NASA’s New Horizons has found new info regarding Pluto. It turns out that the former planet might have clouds likes Mars. As the saying goes, when there’s smoke, there’s fire. Maybe angels too.
NASA TO HUNT FOR SPACE ANGELS ON PLUTO
NASA’s New Horizons have a busy couple of days in store. First, it’s going to uncover the strange clouds on Pluto and then move on to its next target. However, before it happens, the space agency continues to focus on the mysterious clouds forming on the dwarf planet. Looking at the images, researchers found that most of the atmosphere is clear. Yet, some parts contain clouds. What kind of angels lurk in these clouds is anyone’s guess?
NASA SCIENTISTS ON A MISSION TO UNCOVER PLUTO ANGELS
NASA scientists are gearing up to unveil the true reality of Pluto’s atmosphere. The existence of clouds means that the dwarf plant has a more complex atmosphere than previously, though. Furthermore, it means weather patterns. It almost seems the dwarf planet becomes more Earth-like by the day. Angels or not, this is a major breakthrough for the agency.
ANGELS, PLUTO AND THE FUTURE FOR NASA
The New Horizons spacecraft is about 3.4 billion miles away from Earth. Pretty far away and it’s about to get much farther. Its time in our solar system is finally coming to an end. By October 23rd, its mission will be complete. Then, it will head to its next target nearly 600 million miles farther than our favorite dwarf planet. There, it will enter the Kuiper Belt and figure out the long awaited mysterious of that region. In addition, new planets, alien life, and discoveries of all kinds are awaiting us in the Kuiper Belt. For now, we focus on our solar system. Scientists will present the New Horizon data this week in Pasadena, California.