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You Can Give New Horizons’ Next Flyby Target a (Temporary) Name
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You Can Give New Horizons’ Next Flyby Target a (Temporary) Name – Space.com


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You Can Give New Horizons' Next Flyby Target a (Temporary) Name
Space.com
Artist's illustration of NASA's New Horizons spacecraft flying by the distant object 2014 MU69 on Jan. 1, 2019. Early observations hint at the Kuiper Belt object being either a binary orbiting pair or a contact (stuck-together) pair of nearly like ...
NASA Wants Your Help Naming New Horizons' Next DestinationNewsweek
NASA to Deny Distant Rock of a Perfectly Good NameGizmodo
The soon-to-be-famous object at the Solar System's edge needs a nameArs Technica
Phys.Org -The Verge -Baltimore Sun -GeekWire
all 25 news articles »

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