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  1. Alan Stern: We Are Returning to Pluto

    Alan Stern and other NASA scientists are eager to revisit dwarf planet Pluto in light of the data collected by the New Horizons Mission. While plans are currently in their early stages, a team is quietly forming in hopes of having a new budget passed. The post Alan Stern: We Are Returning to Pluto appeared first on…
  2. The next Pluto mission—an orbiter and lander?

    Phys.org - Astronomy 04.27 / 14:33 phys.org
    For decades, we could only imagine what the view of Pluto's surface might be. Now, we have the real…
  3. Cleveland Browns Draft Scribbles: Start with Myles Garrett, don't panic over a quarterback -- Terry Pluto (photos)

    Cleveland.com - Sports 04.27 / 14:32 cleveland.com
    Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett is rated the best player in the 2017 NFL Draft. The Cleveland Browns should start their choices with him. CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Scribbles in my Cleveland Browns notebook as the 2017 NFL Draft finally is near: 1. There are reports that Sashi Brown said the Browns have known whom they'll draft at No. 1 for two weeks. I tend to believe that. I tend to believe it's Myles Garrett. I do know the Browns have been scouting and …
  4. The Next Journey To Pluto Is Now On Plot

    Scientists are developing a concept of having a follow-up mission to the dwarf planet…
  5. Scientists Are Already Planning the Next Mission to Pluto

    Gizmodo.co.uk -Gadgets 04.26 / 22:09 www.gizmodo.co.uk
    The Pluto-shaped void in our hearts has yet to be filled by Planet 9, copious amounts of Ben & Jerry’s, or a…
  6. NASA Trip To Pluto: Some Researchers Already Are Working On It

    IBTimes - Science 04.26 / 20:55 ibtimes.com
    Pluto was stripped of its full planet status in 2006, more than 75 years after it was discovered, and demoted to dwarf planet. It has been treated as such sin…
  7. Scientists Are Already Planning the Next Mission to Pluto

    Io9.com - Science 04.26 / 19:02 io9.com
    The Pluto-shaped void in our hearts has yet to be filled by Planet 9, copious amounts of Ben & Jerry’s, or anything. Ever since the summer of 2015, when NASA’s New Horizons performed a six-month-long reconnaissance flyby study of Pluto and its moons, fans of the dwarf planet have wondered if or when we’d ever go back.…Read more…
  8. Scientists Are Already Planning the Next Mission to Pluto

    Gizmodo - News 04.26 / 17:35 gizmodo.com
    The Pluto-shaped void in our hearts has yet to be filled by Planet 9, copious amounts of Ben & Jerry’s, or anything. Ever since the summer of 2015, when NASA’s New Horizons performed a six-month-long reconnaissance flyby study of Pluto and its moons, fans of the dwarf planet have wondered if or when we’d ever go back.…Read more…