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Live Blog: New Horizons' Historic Pluto Flyby

D-briefBy adminJuly 14, 2015 3:00 PM

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NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft has been traveling for nine and a half years, speeding ever closer to our solar system’s last major unexplored world: Pluto. For the first time ever, scientists are getting close-up views of the most popular dwarf planet, and today is the pinnacle of New Horizons' whole 3-billion-mile trip. Celebrate the closest approach with Astronomy and Discover magazines as we bring you all the latest information live right here today and tomorrow.

[Read More: What to expect this week from New Horizons]

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